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Emad Aysha20/04/2024

Italian Poet Laura Grimaldi: “Poetry is my breath”

Italian poet Laura Grimaldi had a rich and dynamic career. She was born in Liège, […]
Emad Aysha13/04/2024

Conferring on the possibilities, Dr Heba Farouk talks about children’s SF and the Sufi imagination

I dropped in unannounced at a conference at the Egyptian Writers’ Union on children’s literature […]
Emad Aysha25/03/2024

Abeer Abdel Galil Ibrahim – An interview from between the warring stars!

Abeer Abdel Galil has two novels in a series—‘The Return (العودة) and ‘Janus’ (الجانوس)—and a […]
Emad Aysha07/03/2024

Ahmed Farahat - A Beginner's Guide to Egyptian Cultural Life, Foreign Viruses and SF Ecosystems

I was at Dar Mobtada Bookstore in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, on an afternoon in […]
Emad Aysha17/02/2024

Interviewing Abdel Aal Bikheet – On Egypt’s technological future, mythical past, and alienated present!

If you remember, I once reviewed (‘The Hack’ or ‘Penetration’) by Abdel Aal Bikheet. I […]
The Liberum08/02/2024

Proportionality in this Gaza war is neither possible nor desirable

Proportionality in the Israel-Gaza war is impossible and undesirable. This is a paradoxical statement that […]
Emad Aysha08/01/2024

Planet Imperfecta – Egypt in centuries to come, according to Eslam Dewan

Being a great fan of secondhand books bought off the streets of Cairo (it’s the […]
Emad Aysha28/12/2023

One step ahead… SF insights into Gaza war

I’ve been avoiding talking about Gaza for the longest time now. The riot of emotions […]
Marita Kassis29/11/2023

Israel-Hamas war: most prolonged modern-day conflict becoming a matter of national security

The Middle East might be thousands of miles away from Europe and the United States. […]
Emad Aysha25/11/2023

Philip K. Dick and the value, and perils, of doubt

A while ago, I attended a fascinating lecture about the science of spreading doubt and […]
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