Palestinian-Jordanian writer Ibrahim Nasrallah won the 11th International Prize for Arabic Fiction on Tuesday for his novel “The Second War of the Dog”.
Novelist Ahmed Naji was fined LE 20,000 for publishing “indecent text that violates public modesty” due to a chapter from his novel “Using Life”.
An adaptation of Indian author Aravind Adiga's crime novel "The White Tiger" is coming to Netflix.
NVIC hosted two Egyptian authors, Ahmed Naji and Muhammad El-Hajj who discussed a collection of six love stories called "No One Cares about Cats"
Al-Arabi Publishing and Distributing will host a discussion and book signing for the works of Argentine author Claudia Piñeiro.
Prominent Tunisian author Khaoula Hamdi will reissue a novel called “Aain El-Mafar?” during the upcoming edition of Cairo International Book Fair.
Netflix will adapt 2006 Hugo Award nominated novel “Old Man’s War” by John Scalzi for the big screen.
The festival will also include a discussion about the future of short stories in literature.
A powerful account of what happened to an Algerian "harki" family who sided with the French during the country's war of independence won France's most lucrative.
Honoring the memory of Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1821 – 1881).
Emirati literary author Nasser Gubran died at the age of 65 on Saturday, leaving behind renowned collections of Arabic novels and poems.
Maged al-Kidwany is preparing to start shooting his scenes in “Turab al-Mass” movie.
October 18 marks the death anniversary of the prominent Egyptian author Gamal al-Ghitani.
Continuing its “Townhouse Salon” sessions on Townhouse Gallery will host the Egyptian novelist Talal Faisal on Saturday.
On this day in 1996, the bestselling author Stephen King released two novels together.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton's debut novel is already getting the TV treatment as Showtime
The Egyptian National Library and Archives recently released the official book “Khotbet El Sheikh,” reviving works of the late literary legend
John le Carré’s iconic cold war spymaster will return after 25 years’ absence in le Carré’s new novel ‘A Legacy of Spies’ that will be published on September 7.
The famous Egyptian bestseller novelist and scriptwriter Ahmed Mourad will perform a book signing ceremony on his latest novel ‘Ard El Elah’.
3 months from its performance on the National theatre, Egyptian play 'The Forty Rules of Love' brings in more than 1,000000 L.E ($ 55974).