This year, freelance journalist Ann Morgan has passed her time reading women. She made a decision early this year, she said, “ to devote 2011, the last year of my twenties, to reading books by women and trying to see what… Read More ›
Simply promise me (below) that you’ll read one of the books on the “top 105″ list either in Arabic or in translation this summer.
Summer reading challenge participant Winston’s Dad (at least that’s the name of his blog, although his first name seems to be Stu) has posted a review of Mohamed Choukri’s For Bread Alone. I do enjoy Stu’s unconventional rating system. For… Read More ›
Shakir Mustafa Mustafa is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures at Boston University; he is also the editor and translator of the excellent Contemporary Iraqi Fiction: An Anthology. Mustafa chose: Tayeb Salih, Season… Read More ›