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Detox | Issue 08: On birds, language and revolution
We have the usual assortment of recommendations for you, from articles to documentaries to playlists
Detox | Issue 06: Two Nobels, a revolutionary manifesto and Quentin Tarantino
This week: A chat with writer Haitham El Wardany and Ahmed El Sabagh's monthly playlist "Tafneeta."
Detox | Issue 05: In light of current events
For days, the air was filled with tension, excitement and, at times, panic.
In search of a ‘personal’ Coptic discourse: Shady Lewis on his debut novel
Lena Naassana | Turuq al-Rab is remarkable for its unprecedented exploration of the life of its Coptic protagonist
Reading Mahfouz in Michigan
Hadil Ghoneim | In a seminar on the "Arab Spring" at the University of Michigan, I assumed that the young white woman
Ahmed Mourad’s ‘1919’: Story of an amputated revolution
Amany Ali Shawky | Initially, the cover image of a sad woman in her 20s with runny mascara staring diabolically into her
Women of Karantina: An outrageous novel for outrageous times
Andeel | There is an implied admission of a sick, hysterical relationship between authors and readers living in