Print Books

  • 1973: The Road to War

    1973: The Road to War

    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...

  • Gaza Writes Back

    Gaza Writes Back

    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

    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

    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...

  • The Gaza Kitchen

    The Gaza Kitchen

    An important book on an egregiously under appreciated, under-reported area of gastronomy. This is old school in the best possible meaning of the term. - Anthony Bourdain, adventurous chef, author, and TV host The Gaza...

  • On the Brink

    On the Brink

    An honest, compassionate and revealing account... Trained as a physician, Alice Rothchild knows how to listen to her subjects and locate the heart of their stories, while offering us the reader an accurate diagnosis of all...

  • Interesting Times

    Interesting Times

    Ambassador Freeman’s [Interesting Times] deserves to have an important place in defining our future strategic relationship with China. Henry Kissinger, American ambassador and recepient of the Nobel Peace Prize The...

  • Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope

    Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope

    Richard Falk writes that he has sought to be a “truthful observer.” He has succeeded admirably, and gone well beyond. - Noam Chomsky, political theorist, media critic, and linguistics scholar The distinguished...