Gaza Writes Back: Short Stories from young writers in Gaza, Palestine

Gaza Writes Back: Short Stories from young writers in Gaza, Palestine
Publisher: Just World Books
Published Date: January 2014
ISBN-13: 978-1935982357

Gaza writes back is a collection of short stories from young writers in Gaza whose experiences under siege and blockade have fundamentally shaped their lives. These stories are acts of resistance and defiance, proclaiming the endurance of Palestinians and the continuing resilience of their culture.

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Reviewed by: Noor Ahmad

The announcement of this year's Palestine Book Awards shortlist coincided painfully with the Israeli offensive, Operation Protective Edge, an assault which has left to date over two thousand Palestinians massacred. Gaza Writes Back, a collection of short stories from young writers in Gaza, provides us with a vibrant heartrending and poignant...

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