- The Golden Comar Prize 2013
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- Interview with Houcine El Wad Conducted by Kamel Riahi and Translated by Ali Znaidi.
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Tag Archives: Tunisia
Beirut- Al-Quds Al-Arabi: A new novel titled The Orphan of Time by Tunisian novelist Hassouna Mosbahi was published by Jadawel Publishing Translation and Distribution. The events of this novel take place in a single day when the protagonist reached sixty … Continue reading
Jalloul Azzouna Speaking to Essahafa: The Indispensability to adopt the cultural dimension as a strategic guarantee for the success of any democratic transition The writer Jalloul Azzouna bears a history of militancy that combines the dichotomy of the intellectual and … Continue reading
Dr. Jane Kuntz (M.A., 1996; Ph.D., 2002) [pictured right] is an American scholar who is famous for her openness to other cultures, especially French culture, and the culture of the MENA region. She lived in Tunisia where she deepened her … Continue reading
Wasini Al-A’raj Guested at “Nas Decameron” Salon The writer’s prediction of future events… is the substance of creation. Why did not the Algerian novelist Wasini Al-A’raj write about the Arab Spring till now? To what extent the alienation of … Continue reading
Kamel Riahi speaking to Assabah: “Nas Decameron” is a laboratory, and a salon bringing together writers, and artists. “What we are seeing today is a political confusion caused by the fact that we are not aware that the … Continue reading
The Political Novel in Tunisia is a synthetic approach to one of the most important subjects of novels written in Arabic in Tunisia. It is written by Hedi Ghabri, and published by Ichraq-Editions (Tunisia, 2012) in 260 pages. After the … Continue reading
With Radhia Chehaibi after her return from the Festival of the South in Cairo. The Tunisia of Poetry and Revolution in “the Land of Egypt.” If poetry was life, beauty, movement, and a journey into the edges of meaning, the … Continue reading
“…The new Tunisia with its new freedoms is facing today new dangers to freedom, and especially to freedom of expression. So will the ideas of its creators succeed to overcome the bars once and for all, or is it a … Continue reading
A Question and Testimonies: Prison Literature in Tunisia. What are its Features, Issues, and the Nature of its Message?
Prison literature did not acquire the qualities of the literary pursuit that stands straight on its stem in Tunisia, and in the Arab world likewise. It remained a side of the marginalised literature that its advocates live on the periphery … Continue reading
The World through the Eye of the Needle: Readings in Contemporary Tunisian Literature by Mejdi Ben Issa Reviewed by Saleh Souissi
A new book titled The World through the Eye of the Needle: Readings in Contemporary Tunisian Literature by the Tunisian poet and critic Mejdi Ben Issa, and published by Inana- Editions and Distributions came out under the series “Approaches.” It … Continue reading