Today is publication day for the first-ever ArabLit Quarterly.
"The downside to this startling and beautiful collection is that, since it was published in South Sudan, it's difficult to obtain."
Wolves of the Crescent Moon. By Yousef Al-Mohaimeed, trans. Anthony Calderbank. AUC Press: Cairo, 2007. 124 pages. An opinion piece by Mahmoud Habboush in The National this week asserts that the problem with Arabic is that the language hasn’t experienced its Picasso or its (Daniel) Webster. Habboush asserts: Centuries of political and economic frailty and … Continue reading One-Minute Review: Wolves of the Crescent Moon