Author & Translator talk about "All the Women Inside Me"

ElHassan’s third novel, The 99th Floor, was shortlisted for the IPAF in 2015, and it appeared in Michelle Hartman’s translation a year later. Now, Elhassan’s sophomore novel will join The 99th Floor in English translation, also by Hartman: All The Women Inside Me.

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Authors of WANDA featured on We Need Diverse Books

The Importance of Intergenerational Storytelling and Learning Self-Love From Our Elders

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"Tasting Georgia" featured in Men's Journal

Eat Your Way Around the World With These International Cookbooks

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Sonia Nimr's "Wondrous Journeys in Strange Lands" reviewed in the Los Angeles Review of Books

We do not allow our characters rest. They are called upon to entertain us by darting to and fro, falling in love, living out our political agendas and often leading impossible lives we will never live. But I like that Sonia Nimr's Qamar, the protagonist of Nimr's Wondrous Journeys in Strange Lands, rests while she's reading, in full view of us readers...

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Nigella Lawson features PARWANA on her Cookbook Corner

...Parwana is more than an elegy, it is a celebration: the recipes in it bulge with colour and flavour and life.

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Two Interlink Cookbooks (Carpathia and Parwana) featured in the Travel + Leisure

Fall Cookbooks to Transport You to Romania, Indonesia, Tanzania, and Beyond without Ever Leaving Your Kitchen.

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PARWANA & AEGEAN - Best New Cookbooks Fall 2020

Fall Cookbook Preview: The 39 Books We Want to Cook From Now

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Interlink author Daphna Levit discusses "Wrestling with Zionism" on

"Wrestling with Zionism" gives voice to long tradition of Jewish dissent from Israel's dominant ideology.

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Two Interlink Cookbooks Featured in New York Times Article "The Rise of Palestinian Food"

Cookbook authors and chefs are arguing for their nation's place at the table _ to chronicle recipes, safeguard ingredients and assert a sense of humanity...

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LA Review of Books Reviews Rayyan Al-Shawaf's "When All Else Fails"

TO BE A STRANGER in your own land is alienating enough, but to be a stranger among your own people? That vexing question is at the heart of two books _ one a Bildungsroman, the other a memoir _ by Arab authors whose narratives might be best described as the misadventures of the insider-outsider...

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Conde Nast Traveler selects "Asma's Indian Kitchen" as one of the 11 Best Cookbooks for Eating Your Way Around the World

If you're a fan of Netflix's "Chef's Table", you might recognize Asma Khan of London's Darjeeling Express....

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"This is the End" - Patrick Chappatte's Latest Book of Cartoons

Patrick Chappatte's summary expulsion from the NYTimes' International Edition drew a lot of attention last June.

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NEWSWEEK Selects Interlink's "Tasting Georgia" as Best Travel Book of the Last Decade

"At first glance, you might mistake this doorstop of a book for a cookbook. It's true that it is filled with recipes on Georgian dishes, a cuisine that the world is finally and slowly discovering and loving. But Capalbo's book is so much more. It's a history. It's a travel guide. The work that went into this book is seriously impressive. Spend a few hours with it and you'll get up feeling like you really learned something about this wonderful country in the Caucus Mountains. And you'll point yourself to the nearest Georgian restaurant."

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"When All Else Fails" Selected as One of the Best Books of 2019 by Alaraby

Looking back on the year, book lovers were spoilt with engrossing fiction novels and searing nonfiction books from new and established writers across the Arab world and diaspora.

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Spiegel Online Interviews Cartoonist Patrick Chappatte

Spiegel Online interviews cartoonist_and author of "This is the End" [Interlink, 2020]_ Patrick Chappatte.

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ArabLit Recommended Read: Palestine as Metaphor

Last month, Olive Branch Press _ an imprint of Interlink Books _ released a collection of five interviews with the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish (1941-2008) titled Palestine as Metaphor, translated and introduced by Amira El-Zein and Carolyn Forché.

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Interlink authors Iman Humaydan and Jabbour Douaihy interviewed in Publishing Perspectives

Three Lebanese Authors on the Impact of Lebanon's Political Unrest

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"The Ghoul" featured in GeekDad

"The Ghoul" written by Taghreed Najjar, illustrated by Hassan Manasra features in "17 Thrills and Chills for Halloween."

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Two Andalucian cookbooks: Fiona Dunlop and Jose Pizarro

Fiona Dunlop's "Andaluz: A Food Journey Through Southern Spain" reviewed on Blog.

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Hemingway, eat your heart out!

Qantara book review: Ismail Fahd Ismail's "The Old Woman and the River"

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A new review of MY NAKBA was published in The Jordan Times

In this well-written memoir, Samir Toubassy traces his life from his family's hasty departure from Jaffa under the impact of Zionist attack when he was nine years old, to his education in Lebanon, and successful career in non-profits and business in Beirut, Saudi Arabia, London and the US.

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An interview Carolyn Karcher (Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism) just did for a Labor Party site in the UK called The Medium

In this powerful collection of personal narratives, forty American Jews of diverse backgrounds tell a wide range of stories about the roads they have travelled from a Zionist world view to activism in solidarity with Palestinians and Israelis striving to build an inclusive society founded on justice, equality and peaceful coexistence.

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Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism: An Interview with Carolyn Karcher

I'm pleased to welcome Carolyn L. Karcher to the Anxious Bench. Editor of the just-released "Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism: Stories of Personal Transformation"...

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"When All Else Fails," Rely Upon Your Wit

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"Ethiopia" featured in the Montreal Gazette

Six O'Clock Solution: Ethiopian-style Lentil Salad with Mustard

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A new review from Mondoweiss on "Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism"

From Ella Shohat to the founders of IfNotNow, 40 Jews describe their path away from Zionism

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"The Storyteller of Damascus" Featured on Geekdad

Today's Stack Overflow contains books about stories: about the joy of reading, the magic of words, the unreliability of narrators, the allure of a good book.

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Three Interlink cookbooks listed among 'Travel by the Book: 5 Cookbooks for Globetrotting Gourmets' by the Canadian online magazine ZOOMER

Talk about delicious discoveries! These cookbooks will take you on far-flung culinary adventures and global gastronomic journeys, all from the comfort of your own kitchen.

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Asma's Indian Kitchen Featured in the Montreal Gazette

Whether fresh or dried, vegetables are major players in Asma's Indian Kitchen (Interlink/Thomas Allen, $43.95), by London chef/restaurateur Asma Khan. With a minimum of peeling and chopping, and the judicious addition of spices, familiar vegetables become exciting food in Khan's book.

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"Now I Can No Longer Call Myself a Zionist . . ."

New book, "Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism," explores the nuances behind the opposition to Zionism and effectively dispels the myth that Jewish people who criticize Israel are "self-hating Jews."

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An excerpt from "Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism" published in Yes Magazine

In this excerpt from the essay "Palestine and my Journey of Self-Discovery," Ned Rosch describes the deep impact of a visit to Gaza in 2014, shortly after the intensive bombings of Israel's "Operation Protective Edge."

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"The Immigrant Cookbook" in the Los Angeles Times

Nourishing both the mind and the stomach...

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An insightful interview with the author of "Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism" in

Interlink author Carolyn Karcher provides an illuminating interview regarding her new book "Reclaiming Judaism from Zionism: Stories of Personal Transformation."

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Great feature on "Andaluz" in the Montreal Gazette

A new Spanish cookbook will transport you to the welcoming shores of the Mediterranean Sea and its lively blend of Arab and Sephartic food traditions.

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ArabLit Interviews Interlink Translator Michelle Hartman

Shahla Ujayli's popular and acclaimed novel "A Sky So Close to Us" [Interlink Books] recently appeared in Michelle Hartman's English translation... [Hartman] talked with ArabLit about how she came to translate Ujayli's International Prize for Arabic Fiction-shortlisted novel and the choices she made while bringing it into English.

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ASMA'S INDIAN KITCHEN will be released on February 22, 2019!

Interlink is thrilled to announce the February 22nd release of Asma Khan's debut cookbook ASMA'S INDIAN KITCHEN that will coincide with the launch of Netflix's CHEF'S TABLE Season 6 starring Asma Khan.

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Civil Eats: A Cookbook Highlights the Power of Immigrants to Make Positive Change

Leyla Moushabeck, editor of 'The Immigrant Cookbook', talks about the power of food, and immigrants, in shaping this country.

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Richard D. Wolff responds to Trump's "State of the Union" address

Read or listen to Interlink author Prof Richard D. Wolff (CAPITALISM HITS THE FAN) as he shows us the lies in President Trump's State of the Union address.

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"The Immigrant Cookbook: Recipes that Make America Great" celebrates the diversity in our kitchens

The act of cooking a meal can bring so much more to the table than just, well, dinner. There's the sustenance and comfort of that food, but what's also built into the sauce or dropped into the pot is a sometimes invisible and highly complex ingredient list that can include tradition, community, history, geography, art, religion and politics.

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"Printed in Beirut" is selected by World Literature Today as one of the notable translations on 2018

As the year's news of rising nationalistic strains and attacks against the press continued, the urgent need for translation became ever more apparent. More and more, translation across borders embodies resistance. Honoring all those who take part in this important work, we again offer 75 of the year's English literary translations...

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