Ibraaz’s Uncommon Grounds is Hyperallergic‘s best art book of 2014.
Hammour Ziada becomes the first Sudanese writer to win the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature for his novel The Longing of the Dervish
Iain Finlayson and John Hopkins gathered on the rock at this year’s Gibraltar Literary Festival.
We caught up with Anthony Downey to talk about Uncommon Grounds, art and media practices in North Africa and the Middle East.
Join us for the launch of Ibraaz’s Uncommon Grounds at the Delfina Foundation on Friday 5 September.
Our Writing Revolution extracts continue from Tunisia and its Jasmine revolution, where Malek Sghiri talks of being a student activist, his kidnapping, imprisonment and detention.
For Mohamed Mesrati, writing about Libya’s revolution is a homecoming, a rejoining. Taken from Writing Revolution, Mesrati recalls his father reading him his favourite bedtime story, in Tripoli, during the 1990s.
From Algeria, full of fear and yearning, Ghania Mouffok’s entry in Writing Revolution recounts the sad and bitter history of the country’s aborted uprisings against the status quo.
At I.B.Tauris we are delighted to announce our partnership with London-based online publishing forum Ibraaz.