Journeys of a Sufi Musician

Kudsi Erguner

September 2005 | £14.99 | $24.95 | 142pp

Kudsi Erguner spent his childhood in the Sufi gathering places of Istanbul, mastering the reed flute of the Turkish Mevlevi tradition; and his adulthood roaming the world, performing with the likes of Peter Brook, Jean-Michel Jarre and Peter […]

Postcards from the Grave

Emir Suljagić

July 2005 | £12.99 | $19.95 | 196pp

In May 1992, while Serb nationalist forces ‘cleansed’ the towns and villages of the Drina valley in eastern Bosnia of their formerly majority Muslim population – as part of Slobodan Milošević’s criminal attempt to carve an expanded Serbia […]

Teta, Mother and Me

Jean Said Makdisi

November 2004 | £15.99 | 424pp

In this moving memoir Jean Said Makdisi lovingly chronicles the unsung private histories of three generations of women in her family. Set against a backdrop of political upheaval in Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, Egypt and the United States, the […]

From Enemy Territory

Mladen Vuksanović

November 2004 | £9.99 | $19.90 | 172pp

Set at the outbreak of the war in Bosnia this diary, penned by the award-winning journalist Vuksanović , records the extraordinary unfolding of events. The author lived in the ski resort of Pale, 15 km above Sarajevo. When […]


Masoud Banisadr

June 2004 | £17.99 | $24.95 | 473pp

Growing up in the aftermath of the 1953 CIA coup in Iran exposed the young Masoud Banisadr to extremes of wealth and poverty, loyalty and betrayal. Years later in the United Kingdom, where Banisadr had gone to do […]

From Here I Can See the End

Ibrahim Yared

April 2004 | £6.99 | $11.95 | 120pp

‘The sun shines on the hill sloping down to the shore. The autumn day is pleasant and the soft breeze makes him feel satisfied although he can see the end. The bells of old age ring with a […]

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