A. J. Naddaff is an American-Belgian-Lebanese multimedia journalist and researcher. He is pursuing a two-year master’s in Arabic language and literature at the American University in Beirut. His work has appeared in the Associated Press, The Intercept, The Washington Post, Columbia Journalism Review, Middle East Eye, World Politics Review, The New Arab, and other outlets.
The Son of a Mixed Marriage: On Naji Bakhti’s “Between Beirut and the Moon”
A. J. Naddaff reviews Naji Bakhti's debut novel, "Between Beirut and the Moon."...