M. Lynx Qualey

M. Lynx Qualey is the founder of ArabLit.org, a website that brings together translators, authors, publishers, critics, academics, and readers around discussions of Arabic literature in translation. She works as a book critic, reader, editor, and ghostwriter. You can follow her at @arablit.

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Ms. Shabash, a Bangladeshi superhero, fights CEOs who sell whitening creams and hordes of robo-aunties in a funny, socially aware comic for all.

Books by 4 Radical Writers Who Brought Down a Government

In 1998, Kuwait ushered in an era of censorship after controversy over four writers. Things now may be changing for the better: But who were those writers?

6 New Must-Translate Arabic Novels

Six acclaimed and award-winning Arab novelists who have new books out this year that are available for translation.

9 Great Arab Cult Classics

Under-the-radar classics of Arab literature with cult followings.

A Book from Ursula Le Guin for Every Age

Books by soon-to-be-canonized American novelist Ursula Le Guin for every age, from the womb to your eighth decade.

100 Great Translated Children’s Books from Around the World

100 books for kids of all ages, all in translation!

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From the best feminist writing to the most impressive science writing.

Women in Translation Month a Success: 6 Next Steps

We're losing women writers in translation at every stage. #WiTMonth was a success, but where do we go next?

10 Arab Writers Rising Star Hilal Chouman Thinks You Should Read

Hilal Chouman doesn't want to talk about his novel, Limbo Beirut, coming in translation this month. He wants to recommend other great Arab writers.

4 Books That “Predicted” Donald Trump’s Presidential Campaign

Three novels and a comic that foretold the rise of Donald Trump's campaign for President.