From the Editors
2012 begins with another cultural nosegay of winter flowers:
* Another installation of Hamdy El-Gazzar's series of short stories on the Egyptian revolution, translated by Nancy Linthicum.
* Four poems by Joyce Mansour, translated by Gaelle Raphael
* An excerpt from Tarek Eltayyeb's novel The Palm House, translated by Kareem James Abu-Zeid.
* An excerpt from Kamel Riahi's novel Gorilla, translated by Elliott Colla.
* Four poems by Hussein Habasch, translated by Sinan Antoon.
* Part I of Al-Zahawi's "Revolt in Hell," translated by Firas Massouh.
* Nadine Labaki's sectarian comedy, Where do we go now? reviewed by Max Weiss.
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