We are thrilled to announce our first roster of authors from our open call. 2022 will see the release of full-length print publications by Lucas Ferraço Nassif, Youssef Rakha, Theresa Sahyoun, and Phoebe Rhinehardt.
Electronic Literature Day was a three-day online literary festival featuring writers, thinkers and practitioners in dynamic formats. In a series of readings, visuals, interviews and texts, we explored the shifting parameters of literature in relation to collective memory, technology and practice.
Lebanon requires a new social contract to bind its citizens to a common future. Before the Lebanese settle their differences, they need to agree on a path forward, common to those who are no longer able to swallow the indecency of the modern regime.