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Nothing left but the writing
Albert Gatt   
Nothing left but the writing | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanAlbert Gatt gives us a review of European Union Prize for Literature winning book In the Name of the Father and of the son, written by Maltese poet and author, Immanuel Mifsud. The novel has been translated by the Albert Gatt.
 
Of Rats and Men, Fiction from the Libyan desert
Of Rats and Men, Fiction from the Libyan desert | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanThe earth shook as a giant’s feet trampled the peaceful city, destroying it utterly, till it vanished into the depths of the earth. Thousands living in this city had fallen victim to the disaster, while others had managed to escape by fleeing, terror-stricken, in all directions.
 
These are not Facebook revolutions
These are not Facebook revolutions | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanInterview of Mohamed Salah Omri, writer and Oxford University lecturer participating in the Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival taking place on the 8, 9, 10th September.
 
In memory of Hrant Dink: ‘Turn your camera to your conscience’
In memory of Hrant Dink: ‘Turn your camera to your conscience’ | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanInternational Hrank Dink Foundation is organizing the second edition of the ‘Films about Conscience’ project, a short film competition open to amateur and professional directors from all over the world
 
Banipal Magazine of Modern Arab Literature
Banipal Magazine of Modern Arab Literature | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanThe 40th Issue of Banipal- Magazine of Arab Mordern Literature celebrates Libyan fiction. At this great period of change, uprisings and revolutions across the Arab world, this issue presents Libya’s foremost and emerging fiction writers.
 
A tale from Amman
May S   
A tale from Amman | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanFrustrated residents and orientalist perspectives may lead you to think that no one is actually from Amman. Nonetheless, a different reality is discovered when gathering bits and pieces of the story of the city.
 
Refusing to keep it simple: An interview with Robin Yassin Kassab
Refusing to keep it simple: An interview with Robin Yassin Kassab | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanAlbert Gatt interviews novelist and journalist R. Y. Kassab on the occasion of his guest appearance at the 6th edition of the Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival. He talks about freedom, writing, and the demise of grand narratives
 
From Literature to Revolution
From Literature to Revolution | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanFrom Sonallah Ibrahim to Mohammed al-Fakharani, to Mohammed el-Bisat and Alaa al-Aswani, writers were part of the pre-revolutionary ferment of the past ten years.
 
Lentamente/slow
Lentamente/slow | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanA special book in English and Italian result of a collaboration between the French photographer Sopie Bachelier and the Senegalese Boubacar Boris Diop and the Italian Nando della Chiesa, two determined politically committed intellectuals.
 
«Awaiting Death» by the Syrian writer Samar Yazbek
«Awaiting Death» by the Syrian writer Samar Yazbek | babelmed | literature - poesy - books - mediterraneanThis original text speaks of the anguish felt by the author during the tragic events that are ravaging Syria. This text translated from Arabic to French by Rania Samara was originally published in the French version. It was then translated from Arabic to English by Sahar Ghoussoub, Mashallah news.
 

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