Palestine Festival of Literature is organizing an event next Wednesday “to hear from crucial voices about the ongoing war on Gaza and what we can do to stop it.” The […]
Earlier this week, organizers announced the literary lineup of the fourth annual Palestine Festival of Literature, popularly known as PalFest.
The traveling festival is set to run from April 15-20, stopping at locations in Jerusalem, Nazareth, Jenin, Ramallah, and elsewhere.
Yesterday’s PalFest wrap-up in Al Jazeera, penned by Sousan Hammad, provides sharp criticism for this and other literary events in the region. Her main criticism is that core PalFest events—as […]
Seven and a half minutes from the closing night.
PalFest wrapped up yesterday with a final event at the African Community Society in Jerusalem. I haven’t seen video or tweets about the event, but each participant was set to […]
In his Day 2 blog on the PalFest website, author William Sutcliffe writes about his reading, given in a Turkish bath, and about what being in Palestine has taught him […]
According to the PalFest Facebook group, “The PalFest group was detained for six hours at the border. But now they’re through and the show will begin!” And indeed it did. […]