Tamer Abu Ghazaleh’s third album is a rewarding – but not easy – experience. Read more about Music that narrates the plight of a generation
Collection of studies highlights facets of a vibrant, unique city. Read more about A satisfying celebration of Jerusalem
Samih al-Qasim is considered one of the two major Palestinian poetic voices of the last half of the 20th century. Read more about The robust world of the great Druze poet
Ghassan Zaqtan’s new novella evokes life in Karameh camp before the battle that destroyed it. Read more about A stifling heat in the Jordan Valley
Historian-turned-memoirist Salman Abu Sitta gives unique account of the Nakba as a Bedouin Palestinian. Read more about Mapping the Palestinian struggle
A diverse program pleases solidarity audience and classical music fans alike. Read more about Palestine Youth Orchestra's triumphant UK debut
Haaretz columnist Sayed Kashua’s optimism and bitter humor worn down by daily racism. Read more about A Palestinian writer's damning dispatches from Israel
Prize-winning fiction explores 100 years of Palestinian history through the eyes of realistic — and imperfect — people. Read more about Memory, home and belonging in "A Curious Land"
Yusif Sayigh’s wonderfully frank memoirs recall conflict with Arafat. Read more about A remarkable life in the Palestinian struggle
On the Bride’s Side traverses across Europe and beyond the “refugee crisis” headlines. Read more about Can a man pay $1,000 for his death?
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