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For 15 days, 27 countries take part in book fair
Young writers must deal with the difficulties of being responsible for publishing their books on their own, knowing that there is no other way to showcase their talent
Looking for a good book this summer? DW’s Jochen Kürten suggests a few from a variety of epochs that are certainly not light summer reading – but will get you to think.
From horror films to historical dramas, Mel Brooks has poked fun at every film genre in the books. After parodying Hitler and the Nazis in the 60s, he didn’t shy away from anything else. Brooks turns 90 on June 28.
Germany is one of the largest book markets in the world, though it’s been shrinking slightly in recent years. However, more readers of both e-books and paper books bought online last year.
Incident shows security officials’ involvement in educational process
Some novels whose opening lines catch a reader’s attention may not even be that popular. Some
There is going to be a little difference in the scheme of this year’s book fair; a three-day professional programme is taking place from 29 to 31 January.
In Downtown’s busy streets, Cairo’s oldest bookshops still endure: a look at how they started and where they are now
With his latest installation, ‘The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born’, Ibrahim Ahmed tries to expose people to power and the attractiveness it has
No declared reasons for confiscation, according to human rights researcher
Eighteen writers share their stories and experiences with the readers’ community at Sawy Culturewheel
New arrivals this month dive into love in post-conflict Iraq and the life of the famed author Taha Hussein
AUC Press new releases are well worth a read
45th round of the Cairo International Book Fair will feature revolutionary celebrations
A listing of new titles available in bookstores in Egypt
Egypt participates in providing books for a new e-library for the Middle East
The second installment of the Hunger Games series manages to surpass the first
Beloved Egyptian restaurant launches a cookbook with all of its recipes
The Cedar Revolution, Youth Participation and Youth Organisations in Lebanon’s Post Intifada By Omar Bortalazzi The John D. Gerhart Center for Philanthropy and Civic Engagement published this month its latest research “The Cedar Revolution, Youth Participation and Youth Organizations in Lebanon’s Post Intifada”. The research examines the role of civil society after the uprising caused …
The bookstore provides a platform to exchange and buy second hand books.
The new café is spacious and on a convenient location for Cairo University students
Use the curfew hours to read and meet other bookworms
Meeting your dream book might be tough, but this event might get you closer to your goal
AUC Press presents two new books this month that are well worth a read
New Egyptian titles offer a variety of subjects for your reading pleasure
A Pilgrim Soul: Memoirs
Fundraiser uses old books to fund charitable causes.