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Sabah al-Dubai says winning Al-Malaika Pize considered an honour  Sabah al-Dubai says winning Al-Malaika Pize considered an honour

Moroccan poetess Sabah al-Dubai, who recently won the 3rd place at the 7th edition of Nazik Al-Malaika Prize for Feminine Creativity, said winning such prize is considered an honour....


Al-Samman: Some Ramadanic traditions seize to exist  Al-Samman: Some Ramadanic traditions seize to exist

Yemeni writer Suhair al-Samman said many traditions and customs in Ramadan vanished and have been extinct....


Tunisian Writers Union members resign  Tunisian Writers Union members resign

Every now and then, a member of the Tunisian Writers Union submits his/her resignation from the union, protesting how unhelpful they feel they are at the union, which they describe as “ruins”....


Saqr says Hala February poetry evening was exceptional  Saqr says Hala February poetry evening was exceptional

Poet Nayef Saqr has confirmed that the poetry evening he took part in at the Hala February Festival with poet Mosaaed al-Rashidi last week was exceptional....


Egyptian Culture Minister seeks establishing virtual cultural palaces  Egyptian Culture Minister seeks establishing virtual cultural palaces

Egyptian Minister of Culture, Dr Mohamed Saber Arab, yesterday, has announced that the ministry seeks setting up virtual cultural palaces and libraries through the internet....





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Sunday 05th of October 2014 02:25:32 PM

Moroccan poetess Sabah al-Dubai, who recently won the 3rd place at the 7th edition of Nazik Al-Malaika Prize for Feminine Creativity, said winning such prize is considered an honour.


Thursday 10th of July 2014 08:09:41 PM

Yemeni writer Suhair al-Samman said many traditions and customs in Ramadan vanished and have been extinct.


Friday 11th of April 2014 06:10:13 PM

Every now and then, a member of the Tunisian Writers Union submits his/her resignation from the union, protesting how unhelpful they feel they are at the union, which they describe as “ruins”.


Tuesday 25th of February 2014 03:39:20 PM

Poet Nayef Saqr has confirmed that the poetry evening he took part in at the Hala February Festival with poet Mosaaed al-Rashidi last week was exceptional.


Friday 29th of November 2013 03:25:23 PM

Egyptian Minister of Culture, Dr Mohamed Saber Arab, yesterday, has announced that the ministry seeks setting up virtual cultural palaces and libraries through the internet.


Saturday 16th of November 2013 11:50:19 AM

Algerian poet Mohamed Amin al-Saiedi has criticised the opinions of writers and intellectuals on the international book fair that was organised recently in Algeria.


Thursday 14th of November 2013 01:54:42 PM

Egyptian poetess Salma Fayed has announced that Egyptian poetesses do not have a noticeable nor affective attendance at the Arab poetry scene.


Tuesday 12th of November 2013 11:55:33 AM

Qatari Attorney General Ali bin Fatis Al-Muri has announced during an interview with Al-Jazeera channel that the case of Qatari Poet Mohamed Bin Rashid Al-Ajami, known as Ibn Al-Dheeb, is considered criminal and not political as claimed by some.


Saturday 02nd of November 2013 10:04:14 AM

As a former poet laureate of the United States, Billy Collins is used to reading before large crowds of people. Though he reads for them, he doesn't write for them.


Monday 28th of October 2013 10:05:48 AM

Visitors know they’ve found the correct address for David McFadden’s home when they read a sign posted on the front door: Poetry Spoken Here. But on a recent fall day, the Griffin Prize-winning poet is not interested in regaling his guest with stories


Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 06:45:16 AM

“Egyptians will not allow anyone to restrict their freedom again,” Noted Egyptian poet Ahmed al-Shahawy told Le Devoir in an interview. “The Revolution of January 25 has ousted fear from Egyptians’ hearts, along with Mubarak,” he added.


Sunday 13th of October 2013 02:33:45 PM

After Canadian author Alice Ann Munro was chosen the win the Nobel Prize in Literature, it was obvious that women’s writing are highly recognised internationally, however, a question comes knocking, do Arabs appreciate what women write?


Saturday 12th of October 2013 07:56:21 AM

The literary world is over the moon at the decision to award Canadian author Alice Munro the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, with accolades flowing in from such A-list authors as A.S. Byatt, Jeffrey Eugenides and Margaret Atwood.


Saturday 12th of October 2013 07:35:27 AM

Alice Munro says she might have one more book in her.


Tuesday 08th of October 2013 01:07:19 PM

The Poetry News Agency knew from reliable sources at the Yemeni General Authority for Antiquities, Monuments and Manuscripts that Yemeni is intending to prepare an integrated file that include all the information about the antiquities that were stolen fro




 


General President of Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (CPVPV), Dr

Activities of the 1st Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Media Forum kicked off in the Bahraini

After Canadian author Alice Ann Munro was chosen the win the Nobel Prize in Literature, it was

The literary world is over the moon at the decision to award Canadian author Alice Munro the 2013

Every now and then, a member of the Tunisian Writers Union submits his/her resignation from the

Joy Rainey King was disappointed she couldn’t attend the World Poetry Fest on Sept. 20 and 21 in

Egyptian Minister of Culture, Dr Mohamed Saber Arab, yesterday, has announced that the ministry

Poet Nayef Saqr has confirmed that the poetry evening he took part in at the Hala February Festival

Saudi poet Abdullah al-Baker in this interview with the Poetry News Agency talks about his memories

Yemeni writer Suhair al-Samman said many traditions and customs in Ramadan vanished and have been




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