Tag Archives: Translation
Thanks to The Ofi Press Words of Kamel Riahi, Radhia Chehaibi, Saghir Oulad Ahmed & the Revolution Travel to Mexico
Thanks to The Ofi Press Words of Kamel Riahi, Radhia Chehaibi, Saghir Oulad Ahmed & the Revolution Travel to Mexico where The Ofi Press Literary Magazine is edited. Editor Jack Little republished some of my translated works in … Continue reading
A selection of poetry by Tunisian poet Amel Moussa in Turkish: An Article Translated by Ali Znaidi Tunis – Al Hayet Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 A translated selection of poetry by Tunisian poet and researcher Amel Moussa was published in … Continue reading
Mahmoud Messadi: The Icon of Tunisian Narration: An Article Written by Kamel Riahi and Translated by Ali Znaidi.
Mahmoud Messadi: The Icon of Tunisian Narration Kamel Riahi-Tunisia (Translated from Arabic by Ali Znaidi) It is impossible to speak about the achievement of Tunisian literature without the name of Mahmoud Messadi grabbing an outstanding position in it. Tunisia has … Continue reading
Eleuch.. From the Football Field to the World of Novel: An Article Written by Kamel Riahi and Translated by Ali Znaidi.
A Tunisian Novelist Started his Life as a Football Player before Excelling as a Novelist. Eleuch.. From the Football Field to the World of Novel. Kamel Riahi-Tunisia (Translated from Arabic by Ali Znaidi) In the football stadiums of the Tunisian … Continue reading
Interview with Tunisian Poet Mohamed Ammar Chaabnia Poet Mohamed Ammar Chaabnia Speaking to Assabah: Where does creation come from, and its animators are hungry and their souls are suffering from pains? Oh, Right Honorable government! If it was true that … Continue reading
Rachida Cherni is considered one of the outstanding Tunisian writers who carved a name in the Tunisian literary scene. She writes short stories and novels. Through her writings she attempts to add a flavour to the Tunisian culture. She got … 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