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Mar
8
At an event at the Alexandrian El-Sied Club, Al Ahram Managing Editor Tarek Ismail unveiled his fourth publication, a book titled "Occupy Minds."   (more...)

Mar
4
Egypt celebrated, throughout February, the legacy of the extraordinary musical career of Oum Kolthoum, the ultimate diva of Egyptian and Arab singing during the entire 20th century.   (more...)

Mar
3
Waksat Al-Shaweesh (The Sergeant’s Fiasco), Kamal Ruhayyim, Al-Shorouk Publishing, Cairo, 2023, pp.147  (more...)

Feb
27
Egyptian poet Bakhit Bayoumi died early Tuesday morning at the age of 84.  (more...)

Feb
20
At its Heliopolis branch on Saturday, Diwan hosted a book signing for one of its most recent publications, Treasures from the Egyptian cemeteries: The Marvelous Things on the Tombstones (Konouz makaber Masr – Agaeib alomour fi shawahed alkobour).  (more...)

Feb
18
Two Palestinian novels have secured spots among the finalists for the 17th International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) 2024, the foundation announced on Wednesday, 14 February, during a press conference held in Riyadh.  (more...)

Feb
12
Marking the season of the Cairo International Book Fair, Ahram Online continues the publication of selected list of the best books – fiction and nonfiction – published in 2023, among which is Mona Kattan-Soura Shakhssia Lezawgat Shaar (Mona Kattan – The wife of the poet: Profile).  (more...)

Feb
12
To mark the season of the Cairo International Book Fair, Ahram Online continues its series of a curated list of the best books from 2023, encompassing both fiction and nonfiction. Among these is Leman Al-Siyassah fi Misr Al-Youm? (Who Owns Politics in Egypt Today?)  (more...)

Feb
11
During a panel discussion at the Plaza stand in the 55th edition of the Cairo International Book Fair, held from 26 January to 6 February, Professor Mona Zaki, a leading figure in Egyptian culture, PR expert, and former AUC professor, presented her new novel "Three Queens from Egypt " to an audience of literary enthusiasts.  (more...)

Feb
11
In his third novel Brief History of Genesis and East of Cairo, Shady Lewis attempts to meld domestic violence within a Coptic family with the biblical story of Genesis and the history of Ain Shams district in east Cairo.  (more...)