"Each commission recipient will receive: a $2,000 honorarium; eight to twelve months of artistic, editorial, and technical support; the possibility of using Triple Canopy’s Manhattan office and venue for an event devoted or related to the work; and archiving of the project by Triple Canopy in partnership with NYU’s Fales Library and Special Collections."
Can a poem save the world? Can a novel change the course of humanity? Can a hybrid work leap a building in a single bound?
You thinned your pain. / Tu as poli ta douleur. / Du hast deinen Schmerz verschmälert.
"No writer can take the possession of his or her heart for granted; it seems be a writer's fate that their heart is always at in the hands of others, and others’ hearts clustering around them."
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Mourns a friend and blames time that struck her down with what struck me
From state crimes and political murders to family feuds and petty crime, with investigations conducted by professionals or the uninitiated, Algerian crime writers have produced some the most entertaining stories I have read -- and are certainly the most vibrant in the Algerian literary corpus.
Submissions close December 1, 2019.
"I hate that nobody is ever accountable for anything, even if you complain repeatedly and send emails that nobody answers, and I hate emails in the first place, and I also hate the fact that most of my colleagues here are surrendering to the editorial agenda which they actually see as valid and balanced while it makes me cry every day in the bathroom."
I am the Lord of the room. My crown is morning dust, the floor my castle.
Although Hussein's works continue to be read and loved forty-odd years after his death, only a small corner of his broad oeuvre has been translated to English.
Taghreed Najjar's Whose Doll Is This?, winner of 2019 Etisalat Award for Arabic Children’s Literature in the "Young Adult" category, is, Hend Saeed writes, the book you've been waiting to read.