25 Jan 2014
A new book by journalist Mounir Adib, a specialist in Islamic movements, was released under the title "Atheism: Between the Ideas of Atheists and their Migration."
The 185-page book penetrates the world of atheists, a...
19 Jan 2014
“Word behind bars,” written by Mounir Adib, is a unique book that allows readers to see the underside of a subculture of people that differ from the general public perspective.
For years we have studied the leaders...
22 Dec 2013
Publishing houses from Qatar and Turkey will participate in the 45th Cairo Book Fair, taking place 22 January to 4 February, according to the head of the General Egyptian Book Organization Ahmed Megahed.
He explained that cultural...
21 Nov 2013
The state-owned General Authority for Cultural Palaces has recently released the book “Jews and cinema in Egypt and the Arab world” by critic Ahmed Raafat Bahgat, to tackle the role of Jewish cinema makers and artists in the...
23 Oct 2013
Literary circles in London are praising ‘The Luminaries’, a stunning novel that has won the ‘Man Booker Prize’, the highest literary award in Britain and to many, the whole English language. It amounts to 50,000...
24 Sep 2013
Writer Amira Hanafy is currently working on a “popular” dictionary to document the Egyptian revolution.
“A Dictionary of the Revolution” aims to give new definitions of a lot of terminology, which are...
22 May 2013
A unique first edition of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" annotated by author J.K. Rowling has sold for a record 150,000 pounds ($227,421) at a London charity auction, Sotheby's said on Tuesday.
The 1997 book,...
23 Apr 2013
LONDON — Kuwaiti author Saud Alsanousi has won the 2013 International Prize for Arabic Fiction for his portrayal of the lives of foreign workers in Gulf countries in "The Bamboo Stalk."
The 31-year-old Alsanousi...
22 Apr 2013
Only a few months after the launch of “The Time of Beautiful Melancholy,” author Omar Taher graced his avid readers with another collection of his articles from 2012.
The satirical writer and journalist celebrated the...
31 Mar 2013
One might not agree with Hazem Kandil’s “Soldiers, Spies and Statesmen: Egypt’s Road to Revolt” that the competing roles of the military and security apparatus have been some of the main agents and causes for change...