Alberto Mucci is the assistant editor at The Outpost, a Beirut-based quarterly magazine focused on Arab politics and culture. He was born in New York City in 1988 and grew up in Italy before moving to the UK where he studied economics and then philosophy. He is currently based in Beirut, Lebanon, where besides working for The Outpost, he writes for a number of Italian magazines and dailies (Studio, Pagina99, il Fatto Quotidiano and Rolling Stones) as well as Americans ones (Vice) and English ones (The Financial Times). He is also one of the founders of the Beirut based Kindergarten collective, a group of artists, writers and activists that organize events, exhibition and host artist that arrive to work in Beirut for short stretches.
Arabic SF – Subversive Futures
CAIRO, 2023. The country is split in two: within the high walls of a gated community perched in the north east ...