Letters to Palestine
Writers Respond to War and Occupation
This powerful book explores the long history of violence endured by Palestinians in Gaza, culminating in the devastating seven-week bombing campaign and ground invasion by Israel in 2014. Drawing on personal, lyrical, and inspiring writing, Letters to Palestine traces the growing recognition of Palestinian suffering and hope, including the voices of poets, activists, scholars, and bestselling writers like Junot Díaz and Teju Cole. This landmark work of committed literary writing is a passionate call to empathy and solidarity, and a stunning testament to the power of words.