Sudan: At Eighty, Novelist Eisa Al-Hilu Forgets Something That Never Happened!
To read Eisa al-Hilu is to read the history of Sudanese narrative, with all its revelations and up and down turns. Eisa the narrator and intellectual is one of the few voices in… Read more »
Sudan: Interview With Novelist Ann El-Safi
Critics believe that the Sudanese novelist Ann al-Safi is a postmodernist writer, as she tries to propose a special project in writing that combines the reality, the odd and the… Read more »
September 02, 2017
Sudan: Short Story is Closer Than Novel to the Aspects of This Age, Writer Nabeel Ghali
Literary critic, story writer, Nabeel Ghali is one of Sudan's most outstanding Christian writers and journalists in the Sudan, having spent about half a century in the world of… Read more »
August 06, 2017
Sudan: Novelist, Storywriter Ibrahim Ishaq Speaks On His Experience and the Current Cultural Status
-I began by writing novels, writing short stories was a challenge- Read more »
July 01, 2017
Sudan: A Review of Abdel Goddous Al-Khatim's Book 'Reflections On Sudanese Culture'
Abdel Goddous al-Khatim is one of the most influential literary critics who has made colossal contribution to Sudanese literature. He has written plenty of well thought critiques… Read more »
February 13, 2017
Sudan: Sand in My Eyes - Sudanese Moments
This is one of the rare books that tackled the harsh life and environment of Kordofan Region of Sudan's Midwest. Read more »
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