Lebanese poet and writer Joumana Haddad is used to controversy.
She's the founder of a print and online magazine called Jasad ("Body").
It's the first erotic magazine published in Arabic for women in the Islamic world.
Haddad now has a new book out with a very provocative title.
It's called I Killed Scheherazade: Confessions of an Angry Arab Woman.
The book is part autobiography, part political diatribe.
Haddad says it's a call to Arab women — and the entire Eastern and Western worlds — to rethink their idea of what an Arab woman is.
Anchor Lisa Mullins talks with Haddad.