Print Books

  • 1973: The Road to War

    1973: The Road to War
    $28.00

    In 1973: The Road to War, Israeli historian Yigal Kipnis delves deep into the Israeli and American archives and reveals the degree to which the war could have been avoided.  Avoided, that is, if in the months preceding...

  • Baddawi

    Baddawi
    $20.00

    In Baddawi, Leila Abdelrazaq tells a coming of age story that is funny, angry and deeply human. -Molly Crabapple, author of Drawing Blood Baddawi is the story of a young boy named Ahmad struggling to find his place in the...

  • Chaos and Counterrevolution

    Chaos and Counterrevolution
    $24.00

    ...offers a tour de force inside the Middle East region. It presents candid and lucid analyses of interconnected complexities ranging from a lurking colonial past and hegemonic policies, to rising expectations and dashed...

  • Chief Complaint

    Chief Complaint
    $21.00

    Hatim Kanaaneh is a master story-teller, whose intimate portraits of village life contain far bigger truths about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict than any dry political analysis. Jonathan Cook, Author of Disappearing...

  • Gaza Unsilenced

    Gaza Unsilenced
    $21.00

    … joins the narrative of Palestine’s witness—of oppression, brutality, and death, but also of life reaffirmed and resistance reclaimed. PHYLLIS BENNIS, Institute for Policy Studies During and after...

  • Gaza Writes Back

    Gaza Writes Back
    $20.00

    In a land where hope is the most precious commodity passed down through the generations, these stories provide a tangible platform for silenced voices to be heard and means towards gaining some dignity for a wounded nation...

  • In Our Power

    In Our Power
    $21.00

    When this battle is won, as I am certain it will be, this book will serve as a record of a vital part of the struggle. Ali Abunimah, Author of The Battle for Justice in Palestine In the years following Israel’s...

  • My Voice Sought the Wind

    My Voice Sought the Wind
    $18.00

    Susan Abulhawa's beautifully crafted poems are written in the great lyric tradition of Pablo Neruda and Mahmoud Darwish, and yet possess their own striking originality. Richard Falk, U.N. Special Rapporteur on the Occupied...