It would be a mistake to call the absorbing Eve out of her Ruins a mystery novel.
Fouad Laroui’s striking collection of stories describes a world “where everything is foreign.”
Audin scrutinizes political commitment when it is undertaken by representatives of an intellectual discipline detached from the real world.
Tram 83 mirrors the most sordid and chaotic features of contemporary African cities, in which non-Africans also remain intimately and often deviously involved.
Garréta pulls off a stylistic feat: it is impossible to determine the gender of the two main characters.