Palestine Book Awards 2019 - Submissions Closed

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31 May 2019

We are very pleased to announce that we have had another successful year with 43 books being submitted for consideration for the Palestine Book Awards 2019.

We wish all authors and publishers the very best of luck with their entries. The six judges will announce the books they have shortlisted for the Awards in the coming weeks, please keep an eye on the website for more details.

The winners will then be announced at a prestigious Awards evening in London this November. The invitation-only event will see a hundred dignitaries, authors, publishers and activists come together for an evening of literature.

No more nominations are being accepted for this year’s Awards and anyone wishing to submit a new publication is requested to wait until entries are being accepted for the Palestine Book Awards 2020.

Submissions for our Palestine Book Awards 2020 will open in early 2020 where we encourage publishers to submit all books published between June 2019 and May 2020 on the subject of Palestine.

Past Winners

  • The Parisan
  • Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine
  • Stone Men: The Palestinians who built Israel
  • Nabil Anani: Palestine, Land and People
  • Where the Bird Disappeared
  • In the Land of My Birth: A Palestinian Boyhood
  • Balfour in the Dock: J.M.N. Jeffries & the Case for the Prosecution
  • Brothers Apart: Palestinian citizens of Israel and the Arab world
  • The Great War and the Remaking of Palestine
  • On the Arab-Jew, Palestine, and other displacements
  • Gaza under Hamas: From Islamic Democracy to Islamist Governance
  • The Commander: Fawzi Al-Qawuqji and the fight for Arab Independence 1914-1948
  • Drawing the Kafr Qasem Massacre
  • The Biggest Prison on Earth: A History of the Occupied Territories
  • Palestinians in Syria: Nakba Memories of Shattered Communities
  • I Remember My Name
  • Being Palestinian: Personal Reflections on Palestinian Identity in the Diaspora
  • Imperial Perceptions: British influence and power in late Ottoman times
  • Gaza: A History
  • Jerusalem Interrupted: Modernity and Colonial Transformation