العربية
Fiction

I Write a Poem

By Shahd Wadi

This beautiful homage by Shahd Wadi to her late father, Farouk, is incredibly gripping. A requiem for a poet that reverberates the imperative of writing for a Free Palestine.

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Jan 20,2024

I Write a Poem

By Shahd Wadi

This beautiful homage by Shahd Wadi to her late father, Farouk, is incredibly gripping. A requiem for a poet that reverberates the imperative of writing for a Free Palestine.

Jan 08,2024

Lost at Sea

By Masa Faddah

A moving elegy to resistance; in the face of oppression, Faddah's poetry is a scream for revolution.

Jan 08,2024

Days Without Identity

By Mohamad Kayal

A story about identity, longing, friendship and hope. Kayal's engaging and direct style is gripping and wonderfully playful.

Dec 19,2023

Tunnel

By Mai Serhan

A new poem by one of our favorite authors, Mai Serhan. She writes about what we feel when confronted by the constant Western hypocrisy towards the Palestinian cause.

Nov 06,2023

Glass for Breakfast

By Nur Turkmani

"Glass For Breakfast" takes us from Lebanon to Palestine and echoes the connection between their peoples in grief, anger, sorrow and longing.

Nov 02,2023

Mamma, I'm fine

By Maya Murry

Read at the vigil for six year old Wadea Al Fayoume, who was murdered in cold blood, "Mamma, I'm fine" is a painful reminder of the blind hatred Palestinians have to endure.

Oct 30,2023

Desires

By Rua Jendawe

Jandawe's poetry is a laborious attempt at personal and collective reflection. Her gripping lines thwart social convention and confront the reader one word at a time.

Oct 25,2023

Save the Cat!

By Eyad Barghuthy

In this playful piece, Barghuthy wrestles as much with his cat as he does with himself. An extraordinary tale of the life of a writer and his pet.

Jul 27,2023

Mediterranean habits

By Aicha Yassin

In her poetry, Aisha Yassin plays with form and language itself. Classical metaphors are intertwined with sentences echoing the gruesome reality of the occupation. The experience of the Palestinian diaspora; the hope, frustration, and guilt are quintessential to her work.