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[27 Sep 2017 | No Comment | 46 views]
Antoon’s “The pomegranate alone” wins the Arab World Institute-Lagardere award for Arabic literature – while Khalifa’s “No knives” gets a special mention

The prize for Arabic Literature was created in 2013 by the Foundation Jean-Luc Lagardère and the Arab World Institute in Paris. The 10,000 euros prize rewards one author (national of a state member of the Arab ligue) of a literary work written or translated into French. The prize will be awarded on October 18th in Paris, by former minister of culture Jack Lang during a ceremony that takes place at the Arab World Institute.

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[24 May 2017 | No Comment | 60 views]
Arabic literature in Macedonian territory

Both fellows of the Sharjah International Book Fair’s professional program in 2016, Prozart Media and Bata Press have acquired rights to Arabic literature to translate into Macedonian.

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[30 Nov 2016 | No Comment | 125 views]
The French prize of the Best Foreign Book was awarded to Yazbek’s The Crossing yesterday!

This is a translation of an article by Gregoire Lemenager for Nouvel Observateur.
The prize for the Best Foreign Book (Meilleur Livre Etranger), the jury of which includes critics and publishers, is awarded on 29 November. There are two awards, one for fiction and one for non-fiction.
In the non-fiction category, the prize was awarded to Samar Yazbek’s The Crossing.

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[26 Sep 2016 | No Comment | 210 views]
Samar Yazbek “The blue pen”

A unique powerful tale from Syria, through the eyes of a girl who cannot stop walking. 

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[26 Sep 2016 | No Comment | 152 views]
Jabbour Douaihy “Printed in Beirut”

Through Farid Abou Chaar’s desperate attempt to get published in Beirut, a humorous story about the end of this industry. 

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[26 Sep 2016 | No Comment | 274 views]
Dima Wannous “The frightened”

There is ultimately one kind of fear: The fear of fear. The psychological depths of fear and anxiety brilliantly explored in a novel set in contemporary Syria.