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Interlink World Fiction

The best way to learn about people and places far away.

This series is designed to bring to North American readers the once-unheard voices of writers who have achieved wide acclaim at home, but were not recognized beyond the borders of their native lands. With special emphasis on women writers, Interlink's Emerging Voices series publishes the best of the world's contemporary literature in translation or original English.

"Interlink World Fiction is now the most important collection of Arabic literature in translation in the English-speaking world." --Robert J. Sullivan, professor at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in Metamorphoses, a journal of translation

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Si YussefSi Yussef
Anouar Majid
The narrator of Si Yussef’s ("Mr." Yussef’s) story is Lamin, a young university student in Fez. One gloomy day, he encounters the subject of his tale in Ashab’s café in Tangier. They continue to meet for the next tw...
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Snake CatcherSnake Catcher
Naiyer Masud; translated from Urdu by Muhammad Umar Memom

New paperback edition coming - Spring 2014!

Snake Catcher is the second collection of the acclaimed master story teller Naiyer Masud’s work to appear in English. Four stories from his first col...
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SophiaSophia
or The Beginning of All Tales
Rafik Schami; translated by Monique Arav and John Hannon
A MASTERPIECE FROM THE BEST-SELLING AUTHOR OF THE DARK SIDE OF LOVE

A murder in Damascus, a love with the power to save a young man’s life… In his latest novel, Rafik Schami ventures to the land of his childhood, where he...
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SpectersSpecters
Radwa Ashour; translated from the Arabic by Barbara Romaine
Winner of the Cairo International Book Fair Prize

Specters alternates between the stories of Radwa and Shagar: two women born the same day, one a professor of literature, one of history. The novel that results is...
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Stone of Laughter, TheStone of Laughter, The
Hoda Barakat; translated by Sophie Bennett
The Stone of Laughter is a virile novel which brings forth the contradictory history of a city under fire through the life and dilemmas of a gay man. It is a bold and radical novel, full of black humor and cynical observations about life in...
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Summer without Dawn, ASummer without Dawn, A
An Armenian Epic
Agop J. Hacikyan & Jean-Yves Soucy; trans. by Christina Le Vernoy & Joyce Bailey
REISSUE OF AN INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER TO COMMEMORATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ARMERIAN GENOCIDE
Engrossing and powerfully told, this international bestselling novel is set against the Armenian massacres that occurred in the Ottoman Empi...
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SwallowSwallow
Sefi Atta
A new novel from the winner of the Wole Soyinka Prize for African Literature

It is the mid-1980s in Lagos, Nigeria, and the government's War against Indiscipline is in full operation. Amid poverty and tight rules and regulatio...
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The American QuarterThe American Quarter
Jabbour Douaihy; translated by Paula Haydar
Jabbour Douaihy’s The American Quarter is set in the Mediterranean port city of Tripoli, on the northern coast of Lebanon. Unfolding at the height of the US-led invasion of Iraq, it revolves around the radicalization of an ordinary you...
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The Goddess of Mtwara and Other StoriesThe Goddess of Mtwara and Other Stories
The Caine Prize for African Writing 2017
Various
THE LEADING AFRICAN LITERARY AWARD, KNOWN AS THE AFRICAN BOOKER, NAMED AFTER THE BOOKER PRIZE FOUNDER, MICHAEL CAINE

Now entering its eighteenth year, the Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is award...
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The Image, the Icon, and the CovenantThe Image, the Icon, and the Covenant
Sahar Khalifeh; translated by Aida Bamia
In this award-winning novel, the celebrated Palestinian writer Sahar Khalifeh has penned what is at once a re-casting of the story of the Holy Family, a lyrical ode to Arab Jerusalem, and a call for liberation, not just of a nation but for the indivi...
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This Side of InnocenceThis Side of Innocence
Rachid al-Daif; translated by Paula Haydar
“‘Who tore down the picture?’ That is the whole story, from A to Z. They wanted to know who tore down the picture.”

So opens Rashid Al-Daif’s This Side of Innocence, the story of one man’s run-i...
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Tree  and Other Stories, TheTree and Other Stories, The
Abdallah al-Nasser; translated by Dina Bosio and Christopher Tingley
Abdallah al-Nasser’s attractive collection reveals the art of the short story in all its variety: vivid description is found alongside social satire, political reflection, traditional humorous anecdote and complex allegorical writing. A number...
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UnholylandUnholyland
The Trilogy
Aidan Andrew Dun
A NOVEL IN VERSE THAT TELLS THE STORY OF A ROMANCE BETWEEN AN ISRAELI DJ AND A PALESTINIAN RAPPER, SET IN 21ST CENTURY ISRAEL AND PALESTINE

Through the story of two lovers, Mosh and Jalilah, this verse novel encapsulates the personal tra...
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War in the Land of EgyptWar in the Land of Egypt
Ysuf al-Qa'id; translated by Olive and Lorne Kenney and Christopher Tingley
Egypt on the eve of the 1973 October war. A young man has been drafted into the army. His father, the village elder, persuades a poor night-watchman to send his own son as a stand-in. But the impersonation plan goes horribly wrong, with tragicomic re...
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Weight of Paradise, TheWeight of Paradise, The
Iman Humaydan; translated by Michelle Hartman

STORY OF TWO WOMEN SET AGAINST A POST-WAR BACKDROP OF 1990s BEIRUT

While making a documentary film about the reconstruction of downtown Beirut, Maya Amer stumbles upon a battered leather suitcase that will change her life forever. Inside it...
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Wild MulberriesWild Mulberries
Iman Humaydan; translated by Michelle Hartman
Sarah is on the brink of adulthood in her village in the mountains of Lebanon in the 1930s, a world itself hesitating on the verge of change. Her father the shaykh is uninterested in anything but the silkworms he's always raised, no matter that e...
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Wild ThornsWild Thorns
Sahar Khalifeh; translated by T. LeGassick & E. Fernea
Wild Thorns is a chronicle of life in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Written in Arabic and first published in Jerusalem in 1976, Wild Thorns, with its panorama of characters and unsentimental portrayals of everyday life, is the fir...
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Woman of Five Seasons, AWoman of Five Seasons, A
Leila al-Atrash; translated by Nora Nweihid Halwani and Christopher Tingley
The poor, the dispossessed, the opportunist—all flock to the newly oil-rich state of Barqais in search of wealth. A Woman of Five Seasons vividly explores the relations that develop in such countries between local high officials and in...
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Young Man in the Gray Suit, TheYoung Man in the Gray Suit, The
Agop J. Hacikyan

The long-awaited sequel to Hacikyan’s international bestseller A Summer without Dawn

It is the mid-1950s, four decades after the Armenian genocide. Nour Kardam, an affluent young Turkish lawyer, gets news of his father’...
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Zigzag through the Bitter-Orange TreesZigzag through the Bitter-Orange Trees
Ersi Sotiropoulos; translated by Peter Green
Zigzag through the Bitter-Orange Trees was first published in Greece, w...
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