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“The interwar years were a golden age for travel writing in Egypt and the Middle East in general; scores of new books arrived to tell Arabic readers about the increasingly connected world.”
Ihsan Abdel Kouddous’s I Do Not Sleep appears this month from Hoopoe Fiction, in Jonathan Smolin’s translation.
Nearly every year, we compile a list of end-of-year gift suggestions, from books to prints to music to dishware and more, all with some relationship to Arab and Arabic literatures and translation.
Humphrey Davies will always mean Cairo to me. Whether it is him asking impish questions after talks at AUC, hosting film nights at his Abdeen apartment, strolling round downtown art […]
Literary gift recommendations for music lovers, hodophiles, gastronomes, kids, cat-lovers, and more.
This list started as a twitter thread that announced our search for podcasts with a focus on Arabic literature.
We look back at a few of the most widely read features and biggest ArabLit moments of 2020.
The relatively new “Short Story Project” has already published several translations from Arabic, including works by Jan Dost, Waciny Laredj, and Alaa Hlehel.