"Sheikhun Muharram disappeared."
The Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies is calling for submissions to their 2021 Khayrallah Prize until October 1, 2021.
utstanding Maghrebi collections have made the twelve-book longlist for the 2021 National Translation Award in Poetry.
"Death called me a couple of hours ago and told me in its foggy and cold voice that it wanted to visit me."
"You will hear and taste her laughter and also yours. Because laughter is 'the excess knowledge no one takes seriously,' the cherished identity smuggled out of psychology and surveilled consciousness."
"We ran poetry by established and emerging poets -- and talked about how women's poetry in Arabic has changed since the '90s -- published a short story from Iraq, rounded up lists of short stories available online, spoke to writers and scholars, and focused our "Lit & Found" feature on work by women."
"This is an art that is not meant for the elites, it is meant for the people in the streets. People, I should add, who are perhaps a bit disheartened but still alert, and whose gaze is not fixed on the ground but looks up towards the sky."
BAHR Magazine is open for submissions through September 1, 2021.
This short 29-minute documentary takes the viewer into the lives, studios, and work of four leading Arab comix artists and graphic novelists: Tunisian artist-author Nadia Khiari, Lebanese artist-author Lena Merhej, Moroccan artist-author Zainab Fasiki, and Egyptian artist-author Deena Mohamed.