Global events calendar — of Arabic and Arab literary events — for March, 2014.
Arab- and Arabic-literature events going on around the world. Please add on below.
Better late than never: ArabLit starts a global events calendar.
If you’re among the first 15 K-12 educators to register for the group, you’ll get a free Mahfouz collection that includes “Autumn Quail”, “The Beggar”, and “The Thief and the Dogs”.
If you’re in London, Banipal will be launching issue 48, “Narrating Marrakech,” this Tuesday at the Kensington Central Library.
This year’s Nour Festival of the Arts — set to run from October 1 to November 30 — will kick off its series of talks on October 2 with a salon on Arab (and thus Arabic) science fiction.
More Arabic Literature and Translation Events this Month: From London to Brooklyn, Lucera to Los Angeles to Cairo…
There is an Arabic-literature-in-translation event somewhere in the world nearly every day in the second half of September.
Los Angeles, USA can look forward to several forthcoming Arab and Arabic literature events, thank to the recently expanded Levantine Cultural Center.
If you’re in London, don’t miss the 2013 Shubbak Festival’s big literary finish, with four fantastic authors exploring “Arab London’s artistic and literary heritage.”
Starting this Saturday, the Shubbak Festival, which bills itself as a “window on the Arab world,” will take place in and around London from June 22 – July 6: There are a number of literary events, at least two of which we… Read More ›
Both the Hay Festival (May 23 – June 2) and the Shubbak (June 22 – July 6) will feature a number of Arabic-literature events.
Mahmoud Saeed’s third novel in English translation (after “Saddam City” and “The World Through the Eyes of Angels”), “Ben Barka Lane” is set in the Morocco of the late 1960s.