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Review: SOMETHING STRANGE, LIKE HUNGER by Malika Moustadraf

Translated from Arabic (Morocco) by Alice Guthrie (Saqi Books, 2022) Something Strange, Like Hunger is the posthumously published work of Moroccan feminist Malika Moustadraf. A collection of fourteen short stories, it explores themes of femininity, sexuality, taboos and sociocultural restrictions,… Continue Reading

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Humanity in the face of atrocity: Nayrouz Qarmout, The Sea Cloak

Translated from Arabic by Perween Richards (Comma Press, 2019) It’s fair to say that The Sea Cloak is one of my most anticipated books… ever. Comma Press first started advertising it last Spring: author Nayrouz Qarmout was to appear at… Continue Reading