Saadawi is considered the pioneering voice on women’s identity and role in society, gender equality and women’s place in Islam.
‘Klara and the Sun’ follows the relationship between a caring humanoid and her 14-year-old companion, asking pertinent existential questions along the way.
Lizzie Fry’s debut novel takes place in an alternative Earth where misogyny is rampant, and being female is basically an offence.
Five authors reveal the kind of comments they have received over their years of writing, relating to gender or not, and how they dealt with them.
Emirati authors will be taking centre stage at the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature during ‘Spotlight on Emirati Talent’ day. Supported by Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, the dedicated stand on Feb.4 will feature sessions in Arabic on publishing, translation, cinematography, and more.
The charismatic 22-year-old is the first-ever poet to perform at the National Football League championship, America's most-watched broadcast of the year.
In Jess Lourey’s new book, nothing is as it seems discovers journalist Jess Lourey, as she moves into her fiancé’s hometown, which is bubbling with dark secrets.
I have campaigned on paper recycling since the 1990s, when I ran a local community charity paper recycling scheme, as councils in those days did not do home recycling.
Chanel Miller is among the winners of a prestigious book award for her soul-bearing memoir, where she reclaims her identity after being known as an anonymous victim of a highly publicized sexual assault.