Arabic Booker Longlist Announced
Posted at 4:24PM Tuesday 07 Jan 2014
The International Prize for Arabic Fiction (Arabic Booker) announced today, Tuesday 7 January, its longlist of 16 novels in contention for the 2014 prize, featuring works by Egyptian authors Ibrahim Abdel-Meguid, Ahmed Mourad and Ashraf El-Khamaisi.
The 16 novels were chosen among 156 entries, all published within the last 12 months, from 18 countries.
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