Classical Poems by Arab Women

Abdullah al-Udhari

January 2017 | £12.99 | $19.95 | 240pp

Arab women poets have been around since the earliest of times, yet their diwans (collected poems) were not given the same consideration as their male counterparts’. Spanning 7,000 years, from the pre-Islamic to the Andalusian periods, Classical Poems […]

Istanbul Istanbul

Burhan Sönmez

November 2016 | £8.99 | 256pp

Winner of the EBRD Literature Prize 2018 Istanbul is a city of a million cells, and every cell is an Istanbul unto itself. Below the ancient streets of Istanbul, four prisoners – Demirtay the student, the doctor, Kamo the […]

The Battle for British Islam

Sara Khan

with Tony McMahon

September 2016 | £14.99 | 256pp

Across Britain, Muslims are caught up in a battle over the very nature of their faith. And extremists appear to be gaining the upper hand. Sara Khan has spent the past decade campaigning for tolerance and equal rights […]

A Concise History of the Arabs

John McHugo

September 2016 | £10.99 | 384pp

The key to understanding the Arab world today is unlocking its past. In this authoritative account, John McHugo takes the reader through the political, social and intellectual history of the Arabs from the Roman Empire right up to […]

About My Mother

Tahar Ben Jelloun

July 2016 | £8.99 | $16.95 | 288pp

Longlisted for the EBRD Literature Prize Since she’s been ill, Lalla Fatma has become a frail little thing with a faltering memory. Lalla Fatma thinks she’s in Fez in 1944, where she grew up, not in Tangier in […]

Native

Sayed Kashua

June 2016 | £12.99 | 304

Sayed Kashua has been lauded by the New York Times as “a master of subtle nuance in dealing with both Arab and Jewish society.” A Palestinian-Israeli who lived in Jerusalem for most of his life, Kashua started writing […]

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