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Welcome to Digital Banipal. The Spring issue – A Cornucopia of Short Stories – presents a rich collection of a traditional art – stories in a range of styles from all generations of short story writers – from Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq and Jordan; from Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia; and from Yemen, Oman and Kuwait. From pioneers Zakaria Tamer, Mahmoud Shukair, Ibrahim Aslan, Said al-Kafrawi and Ahmed Bouzfour, to Jokha al-Harthi, Ahmed Saadawi, Huzama Habayeb, Basma El-Khatib, Ibrahim Farghali and Nasrin Trabulsi.
PLUS – A Travelling Tale from Moscow, Poets writing in Arabic, German & English from Iraq, Syria and Kuwait respectively; the 6 shortlisted novels of the 2014 International Prize for Arabic Fiction; and Guest Literature featuring British poet, editor and translator Stephen Watts.
Banipal – the most open, daring, democratic and attentive magazine of modern Arabic literature.
With the digital edition we’re offering readers all over the world the chance to read the magazine on their computers, ipads or iphones, wherever they are.
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