Diana Buttu, a Palestinian lawyer in Haifa, reviews the family memoir that evokes nearly a century of Palestinian trauma.
In this, the second of a three-part travel series on Israel/Palestine, Jenine Abboushi continues her dystopic journey.
Shada Mustafa, author of the novel "Things I Left Behind," negotiates Berlin from a recent immigrant's vantage point.
In her 10th music column for TMR, Melissa Chemam profiles Palestinian oud performer and percussionist Yousef Zayed, who lives in France.
Brett Kline reviews the new book by Maurice Ebileeni surveying Palestinian literature from and beyond the homeland.
The Slovak-Palestinian writer khulud khamis (sic) of Haifa appreciates the spiralling storytelling of her compeer, Akram Musallam of Ramallah.
TMR reviews a new book on Palestinian and Israeli musicians looks at the border zones and interstices of the conflict.
Author and attorney Raja Shehadeh recounts the legend of Ramallah's ritzy neighborhood, designed for heroes of the Palestinian Authority.
Jenine Abboushi reviews the recent anthology of essays on socialism in the context of Palestinian resistance.
Layla AlAmmar takes us into the heart of Adania Shibli's literary thriller, where Palestinian lives are but a "minor detail."