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Alexander Soderberg, a television scriptwriter and story editor, is the latest Swedish author of a trilogy thriller with The Andalucian Friend.
October 10, 2013
October 3, 2013
In the 1990s, Lego stagnated with the advent of computer games. It took drastic reorganisation and well-timed risks to get the toy giant back to its feet by 2003.
September 19, 2013
Benjamin Percy’s science fiction novel Red Moon deals with the weighty topic of prejudice between species.
September 13, 2013
An artist based in Dubai and his multinational team hope online crowdfunding will allow them to complete their 3D film about a disabled boy’s nocturnal adventures, writes Noori Passela
August 31, 2013
A struggling screenwriter appears to land a career-making deal when an offer to adapt his new script to film arrives from a generous benefactor in Mark Mills' latest thriller The Long Shadow.
Growing up in the United Kingdom, the mother of Emma Brockes never talked much about her family. But the mother's death prompted her daughter to travel to South Africa in search of the painful truth
Louisa B Waugh chronicles the three years she spent in Palestine in her memoir Meet Me in Gaza.
August 3, 2013
In An Armenian Sketchbook, the Soviet writer and journalist Vasily Grossman takes readers on a journey around Armenia through a series of vignettes.
In Alexander McNabb's Beirut, a maverick British intelligence officer tries to stop warheads from reaching Lebanon aboard a super-yacht.
July 25, 2013
In Identically Different, Tim Spector examines the power wielded by genes over everything from childhood mischief to marital infidelity in adults.
June 29, 2013
Tiger Writing, a trilogy of talks Jen delivered as part of Harvard's Massey Lectures programme, examines the core differences between the novels of East and West.
June 21, 2013
In Two Boys from Aden College, the Yemeni author Qais Ghanem lets down his traditional coming-of-age tale tale in the telling.
Ivy Pochoda's new novel Visitation Street focuses on a young girl's disappearance off the shore of a crime-infested New York neighbourhood.
June 8, 2013
In Higher Education in the Digital Age, William G Bowen weighs the costs and benefits of online higher education.
Saudi Arabia calls on Iran to ‘seriously’ engage in negotiations on nuclear programme
'She's a fighter': Joy as tiny 250g baby released from Abu Dhabi hospital
The world's most and least powerful passports in 2021: UAE moves up list
Abu Dhabi pupil scoops top prize in international art competition
'Why have you abandoned us?': the Afghan families left to grieve alone after horror attacks