By Frances Fuller A long time ago we knew a young Iraqi whom I remembered today while reading the news. His name was Asal. Actually, I can’t figure out how to write this in English; that first letter does not exist in our language and to an American sounds like a vowel, a bit harsh,
Frances Fuller tells her remarkable story of leading a Christian publishing house during the Lebanese Civil War in her new book, In Borrowed Houses. The former publisher and MAI Board member shares personal insights from that experience, and her heart for the church and Christian publishing in the post-Arab Spring Middle East, in an interview with MAI intern Joanne
By Miriam Adeney Working with writers using languages you don’t read can be tricky. However, even if you cannot read every word of every piece, with a little help you can still provide critique. Here are a few hints on how to help writers make the most of workshops. 1. For your first public critique,
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