Sunday, March 29, 2015 10:55 PM
The optimism of the Yemen Times’ “Political Crisis and Yemen’s Literary Resurgence,” which ran earlier this week, now seems unfortunately out of place:
Recent book covers. From the Yemen Times.
The article opens with a statement from the owner of
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy is set for release, but you get to hear Dibakar Banerji talk about Shanghai.
Dil Dhadakne Do is making the right buzz, but Zoya Akhtar is getting into a nostalgic trip about Luck By Chance.
Bhoole Sa Naam Na Lo Pyaar Ke is the name of Tigmanshu Dhulia's
This March 25, 26, and 27, Columbia University is bringing staged readings of three acclaimed Palestinian plays to New York City:
The three-day festival is being curated by Palestinian-American playwright Ismail Khalidi. The works overlap with an upcoming anthology of
It was only after turning over 20-30 pages of the book did I realize that Zohra Segal - Fatty was actually released way back in 2012. It is surprising though that it was largely missing from the stands. Though the book was released to coincide with Zohra Segal's 100 year celebrations, I
Lucia Admiraal explores the timeless appeal of Waguih Ghali’s Beer in the Snooker Club:
By Lucia Admiraal
Walking around on the last day of a crowded Cairo Book Fair, I stumbled upon a ‘leftover’ English edition of Egyptian author Waguih Ghali’s Beer in the
Do you have faith in your local police department?