Anthology of short stories imagines the Nakba in 2048.
A contemporary portrait of a people who continue to resist both occupation and simple categorization.
In “Water & Salt,” poet Lena Khalaf Tuffaha finds a clear voice in her second language.
"This war that Israel wages against us is not a war to defend its existence, but a war to obliterate ours."
Extraordinary Rendition is an anthology of American authors who refuse to self-censor.
Recently deceased writer Salman Natour criticized military service that Israel imposed on the Druze community.
Despite the huge resources dedicated to Hebrew, some Jewish Israeli writers work in Arabic.
Novelist khulud khamis tackles sex and religion in present-day Israel and the occupied West Bank.
Novelist Ibrahim Nasrallah portrays Daher al-Umar al-Zaydani as a just and merciful ruler.
Ruth Padel avoids the clumsiness that often characterizes attempts to compare Israel and Nazi Germany.
What is the role of beauty in a place of urgency and occupation, asks new collection of short stories.
Darwish always insisted that his poetry should represent his life story.
Well-known Celtic writers give their backing to translations of Palestinian verse.