Bahaa Abdelmegid shares with us his thoughts about his new novel Temple Bar
Mona Prince’s Diary from Eighteen Days in Tahrir during the Arab Spring
Nael Eltoukhy’s savagely comic and uncompromising new novel.
On his travels that made up his book Innocents Abroad, Mark Twain visited Cairo where he was awe-struck by ‘The Imposing Sphinx’.
Yasmine El Rashidi, contributor to the PEN-award-winning Writing Revolution, talks about growing up learning English: exile and community, being alienated and finding her voice.
In the latest instalment from Writing Revolution, Yasmine El Rashidi talks about her life before Egypt’s revolution and how it paved the way for her involvement in mass rebellion.
The Rassd News Network has become one of the most influential news sources in the Middle East. Created within an explicitly activist framework, it raises serious questions about the future of journalism.
In case you missed or weren’t able to attend the launch and accompanying debate of Naomi Sakr’s new book at the Frontline Club, here’s Richard Nield to fill in the blanks.
Images are now playing a central part in processes of political struggle, and as Lina Khatib argues, changing the way politics are being communicated in the Middle East.