M. Lynx Qualey is creating ArabLit: Arabic Literature (in English)
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ArabLit (arablit), or Arabic Literature (in English), was founded by M Lynx Qualey in 2009, and has developed into a source of daily news and views on Arab and Arabic literature and translation. It has been used in classrooms, publishing houses, translators' & readers' homes, and elsewhere around the world.

In 2017, the site won the Literary Translation Initiative Award at the London Book Fair.

The effort of many, the site has been self-funded by MLQ since 2009. In order to expand coverage, she is asking for help.
Rewards
Enter a drawing for Radwa Ashour's THE JOURNEY (US or Canadian addresses only)
$1 or more per month
Enter to win a copy of Radwa Ashour's The Journey: Memoirs of an Egyptian Woman Student in America, trans. Michelle Hartman, from Interlink Books.
Help Support the "Teaching with Arabic Literature in Translation" series
$1 or more per month
Support the "Teaching with Arabic Literature in Translation" series, which will include, in the end, an edited collection of the Q&As: https://arablit.org/category/teaching-with-arabic-literature-in-translation/
Goals
48% complete
At $500/month, ArabLit will begin to pay contributors.
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ArabLit (arablit), or Arabic Literature (in English), was founded by M Lynx Qualey in 2009, and has developed into a source of daily news and views on Arab and Arabic literature and translation. It has been used in classrooms, publishing houses, translators' & readers' homes, and elsewhere around the world.

In 2017, the site won the Literary Translation Initiative Award at the London Book Fair.

The effort of many, the site has been self-funded by MLQ since 2009. In order to expand coverage, she is asking for help.

Recent posts by M. Lynx Qualey

Rewards
Enter a drawing for Radwa Ashour's THE JOURNEY (US or Canadian addresses only)
$1 or more per month
Enter to win a copy of Radwa Ashour's The Journey: Memoirs of an Egyptian Woman Student in America, trans. Michelle Hartman, from Interlink Books.
Help Support the "Teaching with Arabic Literature in Translation" series
$1 or more per month
Support the "Teaching with Arabic Literature in Translation" series, which will include, in the end, an edited collection of the Q&As: https://arablit.org/category/teaching-with-arabic-literature-in-translation/