PalFest anthology bears witness to the everyday brutality of Israel’s occupation. Read more about "Cold violence" in Palestine
Obliterated Families project tells stories behind the statistics from 2014 war. Read more about Intimate portraits of Gaza's lost
“Lawyer with a soul” Raja Shehadeh contributes essay on the importance of “vision.” Read more about Literary journal "Wasafiri" launches Palestine special edition
A look at some of the best books for people new to the issue of Palestine. Read more about Best books for newcomers to Palestine and its literature
Although Ariel Sharon considered New Delhi a “strategic partner,” India’s independence movement was strongly critical of Israel. Read more about India and Palestine: connected by struggle
Middle East Monitor has announced the shortlist for its 2013 Palestine Book Award. Read more about Palestine-themed book award shortlist announced
Writers and artists from different disciplines provide an extraordinarily frank, fresh and unsentimental assessment of what Palestinians are and have become. Read more about Leading writers rise to challenge in new collection "Seeking Palestine"
In Ramallah, Running is a set of visual and written thoughts, questions and responses about the city of Ramallah. Read more about Artists, writers respond to "vile city" of Ramallah in new book
Both Israel and the Palestinian Authority come under sharp criticism in Raja Shehadeh’s Occupation Diaries. Read more about Review: tortured optimism in Raja Shehadeh's "Occupation Diaries"