Inaam Kachachi moves between Palestine and Karachi, between Iraq, Venezuela, and Paris, shifting between time periods an...
Shukair engages his readers skillfully with a sure hand and provides a rare and absorbing view of the daily life of the ...
A unique historical novel about Palestinian society in the 1940s, a society still trying to recover from the trauma of t...
By implementing mutual sovereignty in translation, Maktoob seeks to combat the segregation
of Jews and Palestinians, and to dismantle the colonial power structure
between the two languages.
Members of Maktoob speak at the Middle East Union festival about the publication "Amputated Tongue: Palestinian Prose in Hebrew" and about Maktoob's binational and bilingual translation model.
Why is the collection of Palestinian stories translated into Hebrew called "Amputated Tongue"? The Social TV features the anthology of Palestinian prose in Hebrew published by Maktoob.
As an Iraqi Jew, Ballas never abandoned or stifled his native Arabic tongue..His commitment to Arabic and to Arab culture echoes in his literary body of work as he would reiterate time and time again. Prof. Yehouda Shenhav-Shahrabani writes about the late author Shimon Ballas.
If only she could find that word in her vocabulary. If only that word would cross the threshold of her mind and heart and make its long way from the depth of her bowels to her lips.
A short story by the Gazan female writer Sama Hasan.