For Women in Translation Month (#WITMonth), we have assembled 21 women from 12 countries who have no book-length work in English, where, if they did, it would improve your day.
Al-Khamees, whose The Leafy Tree was longlisted for the 2010 International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF), said that Saudi women's participation in literary clubs should be supported with specific membership quotas, according to ArabNews.
I that I'm often annoyed by Adonis' political and literary chatter (I think he might have contracted the Martin Amis disease), so I only glanced sideways at this and this. However, I did notice that one of Adonis's favorite poetesses is the Saudi writer and critic Fawzia Abu Khaled. And while Adonis's criticism is not … Continue reading Where Do You Read Adonis’s Favorite Saudi Poetess?