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An Interview with Tunisian Novelist Chokri Mabkhout Conducted by Abdeddayem Sallami and Translated into English by Ali Znaidi

An Interview with Tunisian Novelist Chokri Mabkhout Conducted by Abdeddayem Sallami and Translated into English by Ali Znaidi Marcia Lynx Qualey was good enough to publish my translation of an interview with Tunisian and International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF)-shortlisted … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Workshops in Tunisia: A House in the Making An Article Written by Ali Znaidi

Creative Writing Workshops in Tunisia: A House in the Making An Article Written by Ali Znaidi Dzekashu MacViban was good enough to publish my article “Creative Writing Workshops in Tunisia: A House in the Making” in his awesome magazine Bakwa … Continue reading

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Interview with Tunisian Writer Houyem Ferchichi

  Interview with Tunisian Short Story Writer Houyem Ferchichi 05/06/2012 (10:42) Interview with Tunisian writer Houyem Ferchichi conducted by Majid Elia-Editor in chief (Translated from Arabic by Ali Znaidi) Houyem Ferchichi is a Tunisian author and short story writer who … Continue reading

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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

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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

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The Five Minutes’ Wings by Ibtissem Khalil. Reviewed by Ehab Elmalah.

The Five Minutes’ Wings: A Fictional Prospectiveness of the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions The Five Minutes’ Wings is the title of the new short story collection of the Tunisian short story writer and researcher Ibtissem Khalil. It was recently published … Continue reading

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The Rape by Hedi Thabet. Reviewed by Sayed Rizq.

The Rape a Tunisian Novel Printed in Cairo after a Twenty-year Ban Cairo-Sayed Rizq: Shams for Publishing & Media printed Tunisian author Hedi Thabet’s novel The Rape after it was banned more than twenty years due to its audacity in … Continue reading

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Pens from My Country by Saloua Rachdi. Reviewed by Noureddine Bettaieb.

Saloua Rachdi’s Pens from My Country: Readings in Tunisian Novels Tunis (Alchourouk) Saloua Rachdi, whom we only knew as a writer who writes short stories and poetry in Arabic,   surprised readers with a book in French language. Her new book … Continue reading

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The Digital Path of the Soul by Radhia Chehaibi. Reviewed by Mohamed Belghazi.

Radhia Chehaibi in “a Digital Path of the Soul:” Poetic Texts with a Prose Flavour and Vice-versa. In this Digital Path of the Soul writer Radhia Chehaibi labeled her pen’s bleeding /Poetic Texts/. By doing so she removes the quality … Continue reading

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Interview with Tunisian Poet Mohamed Ammar Chaabnia

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

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