The Challenges of Algerian Comix and ‘A Beautiful Local Production’

"Dalimen Editions really want to widen comic books’ readership. We want to strip away this image of comix as books for children. We have albums aimed at young readers, of course, but we have others for adults because comic books speak to everyone and are accessible to all."

‘Fatma n’Parapli’: Comix Exploring Women’s Lives, Mental Illness, and Community

In addition to being "mad," she was also very clever, and could compose rhyming poetry off the top of her head. She was also a tragic figure in that her mental illness set in after the death of many members of her family during the war, and she was forced to raise her four children on her own.

A Peek at Dina Mohamed’s ‘Shubeik Lubeik,’ Grand-prize Winner at CairoComix3

Dina Mohamed -- who previously won "Best Digital Comic" at the inaugural CairoComix for her superhero-focused Qahera -- took the Grand Prize at this year's CairoComix Festival for her Shubeik Lubeik, or, roughly, Abracadabra:  Egyptian illustrator and designer Dina Mohamed wrote on her website, deenadraws.art: سعيدة وممنونة إن"شبيك لبيك" فازت بجائزة أفضل رواية مصورة مطبوعة و الجائزة الكبرى … Continue reading A Peek at Dina Mohamed’s ‘Shubeik Lubeik,’ Grand-prize Winner at CairoComix3