August 20, 2014
Foreword by Editor “We understand we can’t repeat what God tells us.” These six “flash reportages” by Nathalie Handal offer us new ways to...
Poetry
August 11, 2014
You know as well as I do that a people under occupation will be unhappy, that parents will fear for the lives of their precious children,...
Opinion
August 3, 2014
I am in a quandary. Why has my translation of a short story originally written in Tigrinya, “The Girl Who Carried a Gun” by Haregu Keleta,...
Poetry
April 28, 2015
Time has come. Today, we mourn our loss as we celebrate his life and honor his legacy. With deep sadness, we say farewell to Tesfamariam...
column
April 9, 2015
Algiers On this morning cracked with disappointments when blue has left the sea to invade the hill in a uniformed chain tightening on the...
Literature
March 23, 2015
There are fields beyond. The world there obeys / The living Word; names, numbers do for this. / The grave’s cross, the grave’s grass, the...
Art
March 17, 2015
Cambodia—synonymous with paradoxical ideas: ‘Pearl of the East,’ ‘war,’ ‘Kingdom of Wonder,’ ‘genocide,’ and ‘Land of Smiles’—where deep...
Poetry
March 3, 2015
Author's Introduction: I came to Cairo shortly after the 2011 revolution, and have watched it unravelling ever since. Having been a...
blog
January 30, 2015
The Jaipur Literature Festival boasts the privilege of being the largest free literary festival in the world. Founded in 2006, the festival...