|Arab Sites (1 - 12 of 12)|
Ameen Rihani Museum
Dedicated to the Lebanese-American author and thinker. Museum situated in his hometown Freike, Lebanon. Biography, works in both English and Arabic, translations, tributes and more.
Creative Proverbs - Lebanon
Proverbs from Lebanon in English.
Emily Nasrallah Lebanese Novelist
Biography and works. Novels, collections of short stories, children's stories, awards and prizes, with emphasis on recent translated works.
Features a compilation of articles about life, love, society and other topics. Authors include Farid Khalil, Zeina Lamaa Abou Rached, Michel Abou Rached and others.
Linda Sawaya - Artist, Illustrator and Writer
Website features illustrations, paintings, children's books, Lebanese cookbooks and more.
Alexandre Najjar Website
A Lebanese lawyer, novelist and literary critic. Author of a number of narratives, historical novels, poems and a biography of Gibran Khalil Gibran. Awarded a number of litterary and cultural prizes.
Gibran Khalil Gibran
Website dedicated to the great pillar of Lebanese culture and world renowned philosopher Gibran Khalil Gibran. Features biography, bibliography, photos, paintings, museum and more. Maintained by Gibran Khalil Gibran Committee.
Salam Al Rassi - The Don of Folk Literature
Official website of Salam Al Rassi, a Lebanese writer of folk literature, known as Shaikh Al-Adab Al-Shaabi. His writings depict traditional life in villages and the way people expressed themselves through proverbs, tales, poems and superstitions.
Jalal Toufic Website
Writer, film theorist and video artist. Author of several publications.
Masters Breath Quotes
Shares quotes, words and pictures that encourage, inspire and spread positiveness.
Karen Boustany Website
Official website of Karen Boustany, Lebanese oriental poet and writer. Author of several books and plays, including several story books for children.
Marie Kossaifi Literary Salon
Personal blog of Lebanese author and writer Marie Kossaifi. Features literature texts, poems and articles published in Lebanese and Arab newspapers and magazines (some under nickname May M Rihani).