Susan Abulhawa on her new novel chronicling a life of exile, confinement and defiance. Read more about Podcast Ep 23: Against the loveless world
The inexplicable vanishing of a population is the premise of Ibtisam Azem’s disturbing novel. Read more about What if Palestinians just disappeared?
Adania Shibli’s third novel is physically light but carries literary weight. Read more about When duty destroys morality
Gaza is the territorial center of Nayrouz Qarmout’s “The Sea Cloak & Other Stories.” Read more about Savoring small morsels of beauty
Huzama Habayeb’s raw and violent novel Velvet is a compulsive read. Read more about Darkness and desire
And we talk to the author of a new thriller on Palestinian resistance to Israel. Read more about Podcast Ep 8: University must unban Palestine group rules court
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"
Ahmed Masoud’s novel displays sensitivity while portraying a Palestinian who betrays his own people. Read more about Fear and self-loathing in Gaza
Novelist khulud khamis tackles sex and religion in present-day Israel and the occupied West Bank. Read more about Fragments of Palestine woven together in literary plea for female solidarity
Novelist Ibrahim Nasrallah portrays Daher al-Umar al-Zaydani as a just and merciful ruler. Read more about Romance and adventure in eighteenth-century Palestine
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