Marcia Lynx Qualey
Marcia Lynx Qualey is a court poet, ghost writer, and itinerant scribe with a focus on Arab and Arabic literatures. Writes for The Guardian, The Chicago Tribune, Deutchse Welle, The National, and others. Often found at https://arablit.org/.
The City of Brass: Part 1 of a Thrilling Debut Fantasy Trilogy Set Around the Mughal Empire
S.A. Chakraborty's debut novel, The City of Brass, is the first book in The Daevabad Trilogy, an epic fantasy set in the 18th century Middle East. There's palace intrigue, religious radicals, injustice, history, romantic triangles, and a fierce struggle over the meaning of good rule, all in one.
Malu Halasa's Debut Novel, Mother of all Pigs, Highlights a Complex and Evolving World
Malu Halasa's debut novel, Mother of All Pigs, takes place over the course of a weekend in Jordan. It unveils contemporary life in the Middle East, as one family confronts its secrets.
World Kid Lit: 10 Innovative Books that Bring India’s Vibrant Art and Poetry to Children
Here, we take a trip around India with 10 books published in English, starting with picture books and moving up to graphic novels and novels for young adults.
World Kid Lit: 12 Great Books from East Asia, from Picture Books to Manga and More
Books for children from East Asia have been gaining recognition. Here are 12 books in English for children from China, Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan.