25-26 November, Rome Book Launch
24-25 November, Neus Festival in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, Altriarabi launch for Fuore da Gaza.
10-12 November, Pisa Book Festival, Palazzo Della Congressi, Pisa, Italy
18-19 November Paris Polar Festival. Launch of Gaza Sous La Peau. Panel, ‘From Here And Elsewhere; The Black Novel from Women,‘ 4pm on 19th November, 13th Arrondissement, Paris, France.
29, October, Discussion chaired by Luigi Spinola, Salone dell’Editoria Sociale, Via Galvani, Testaccio, Roma
8-10 September, Middle East Panel, International Congress for Democracy and Freedom, Berlin International Book Festival (17. international literaturfestival), Germany.
24, June, 2017, Reading from Other States, Other Lives at Divided Cities; Culture, Infrastructure and the Urban Future. Radcliffe Humanities Building, University of Oxford.
22, June, 2017, Arab British Centre for #Refugee Week organised by Banipal. Talk on Palestinian Refugees.
Panel for The Things I Would Tell You; British Muslim Women Write Asia House, London, 19 April 2017. Chaired by Arifa Akbar, other panellists Leila AbouLela, Samira Shackle, Samira Mahfouz.
Reading and Panel for The Things I Would Tell You; British Muslim Women Write Waterstones Piccadilly, 12, April 2017.
Reading for Department of Comparative Literature, Bristol University, Last Assignment to Jenin 20, January 2017.
Lies, Damn Lies and Fiction Talk for the Quentin Blake Society at Downing College, Cambridge, 16, November 2016.
Panel and Book Launch for Dr. Salman Abu Sita’s Mapping My Return SOAS, 16, May 2016.
Reading: That Woman Stole My Jewellery And Other Thoughtsfor Artists for Palestine Social at Toynbee Studios, 8, March 2016.
Writing FictionTalk for VIth Form at Haileybury College, Hertfordshire, 5, February 2016.
Reading for Ashraf Fayadh organised by English PEN in Mosaic Rooms, Earls Court, 14, January 2016.
Can Art Help Build A Better Future For Palestinians? P21 Gallery, Kings Cross, 26, August 2015.
The Rise of Arabic Literature in English? The British Library, London, 25 August, 2015
Arvon Guest Writer, The Hurst, 17, June 2015.
Palestine Unlocked, Council Chamber, Town Hall, Oxford with Ghada Karmi and Karl Sabbagh, 9, June 2015.
International Literature Showcase, The Writers’ Centre, Norwich, 20, March 2015.
Bristol Palestine Film Festival, The Watershed, Discussion with Annemarie Jacir, 6pm 14, March 2015
Sea Changes with Nik Scarlet, Monika-Akila and Naomi Foyle, St Paul’s Church Fisherman’s Vestry, Brighton. Saturday 15 November.
Virginia Woolf in Manhattan, Presenting Maggie Gee, Waterstones, Piccadilly, London, Tuesday 4 November.
Fiction and Reality: How You Tell It? Panel with Heather Stroud, Tottenham Palestine Literature Festival, Tottenham, London.
Living and Writing, Edinburgh International Book Festival, Edinburgh. Panel with Mai al Nakib and Marilyn Booth, Thursday 14 August.
The Hidden Light of Objects, Book Launch, The Mosaic Rooms, London. In conversation with Mai al Nakib, 7 August 2014.
Activist Humanities in the World, SOAS, London. Panel discussion with Haifa Zangana, Ghazi Gheblawi, Ma Jian, Prajwal Parajuly, Brinda Bose, Prasanta Chakravaty, Wu Yuxio, Abdul Sulamal, 14 March
Apartheid in Palestine / Israel; Reality, Legality, Resistance, Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Panel discussion with Ben White, Mujahid Dattani. 24 February
Keepers of Infinite Space, Play by Omar Al Khairy, Park Theatre, Panel Discussion on Literature and Resistance, Finsbury Park, London, Thursday 6, February 2014
Planned Violence, Post Colonial Urban Infrastructures and Literature, King’s College, London, Reading and discussion, Friday 31 January
Writing for Liberty, Lancaster University, Lancaster, 28 November 2013
Discussion with Will Sutcliffe author of The Wall, JW3, Finchley Road, Thursday 14 October 2013
Sharjah International Book Fair, Saturday 10 November 2013
The Wall: In Conversation with Will Sutcliffe, part of Nour Festival, Mosaic Rooms, London, Friday 31 October 2013
Independent Jewish Voices, Birkbeck, Russell Square, London 13 October 2013
Birmingham Festival of Literature, Birmingham Library, 10 October 2013. Panel on New Writers with Emma Newman and Helen Cadbury. Wonderful to be mixed with fantasy (Emma) and Crime (Helen).
Palestine: Fiction or Non-Fiction? Marlborough Literary Festival, Marlborough, 28 September 2013.
Arab Intellectuals on the Arab Spring, Panel with Samah Idriss, Somaya Ramadan, Ghazi Gheblawi, Chaired by Wen-Chin Ouyang and evening Reading from Out of It, XIII Migration Conference; Through Dido’s Eyes: The Arab Spring in Literature and the Arts, University of Essex, Colchester, 9 July 2013
Narrating Gaza, with Omar Qattan, ICA, The Mall, London, 28 June, 2013
Changing Places a Global Literary Salon, with Krys Lee and Prajwal Parajuly, Asia House, New Cavendish Street, London 15 May 2013
Creative Writing Morning, Riffa Views International School, Riffa Views, Bahrain, 28 March 2013
Creative Writing Workshop, WordsBookstoreCafe, Budaiya, Bahrain, 27 March 2013
American Studies Centre, Bahrain University, Bahrain, 27 March 2013
Camden Abu Dis Friendship Association (CADFA) Fundraiser evening, Kilburn, London, 21 March 2013
Women Writing Today, Bristol Womens’ Literature Festival with Stella Duffy, Helen Dunmore, Beatrice Hitchman. Chaired by Bidisha. Organised by Sian Norris. Watershed, Bristol. Saturday 16, March 2013.
FQMS (The Al Quds Foundation for Medical Schools in Palestine)Annual Dinner, Reading and Talk, Cadogan Hotel, Mayfair, London, 15 March 2013
Anti-Aparthied Week, University of East Anglia, Norwich, Norfolk, 1 March 2013
Lahore Literary Festival, Lahore, Pakistan, 21-15 February 2013
Institute of Linguistics, London, 1 February 2013
Jaipur Literary Festival, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, 24-29 January 2013
In Ramallah Running + Out of It + Writing A Path Through Palestine, Bristol Palestine Film Festival, with Guy Mannes-Abbott and Bidisha, Watershed, Bristol, 8 December 2012
Palestine Culture Week, Palestinian Literature, with Dina Matar, Chaired by Marina Lewycka, 27, November, 2012, Sheffield.
Writer in Residence Nour Festival events:
Leighton House, Kensington, London, with Bidisha, November 16, 2012
Creative Writing Workshop, Kensington Library, London November 15,2012
Who Are You to Write That? Talk, Waterstones, High Street Kensington, London, 3, October, 2012
Writing From A Muslim Perspective – , Durham Book Festival, panel with Mirza Waheed and Amir Hussein, Town Hall, Durham, 21 November, 2012.
BookCourt Bookshop, Brooklyn, New York, USA, 20 October 2012
ArteEast, US Book Launch, New York, USA, 23 October, 2012
Out of It, Amnesty International Event, Guildford Book Festival, Guildford, Surrey, 22 October 2012
Introducing Palestinian Literature at the Frome Festival of Literature , Frome, Somerset, July 10, 2012
Debut Novelists, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival, with Suzanne Joinson, Sophie Colombeau Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire, 2 July 2012
The Dublin Writer’s Festival, Dublin, Ireland, June 4, 2012
In conversation with Bidisha, The Bristol Festival of Ideas, The Watershed, Bristol, May 19, 2012
Talk at Islamic University, Gaza, Palestine Festival of Literature, Gaza City, Gaza, May 2012.
Translation In and Of the World, English – Arabic literary workshop with Samer Abouhawwach, Doha, Qatar, April 29-May 2, 2012
The Literary Landscape and Social Conflict: The Role of the Writer,’
West Hall, American University of Beirut, Lebanon, Thursday 19 April, 2012
Words Bookstore Café, Budaiya, Bahrain, Reading and Signing, Friday 13 April, 2012
Palestine Now! Aye Write Festival of Literature, with Bidisha, Glasgow, Scotland, 17 March, 2012
In Conversation with Karma Nabulsi, PalFest, SOAS, Russell Square, London, March 15, 2012
Emirates Festival of Literature, Dubai, March 6-10, 2012
Meet the Author, Hydra Books, Bristol, 25 January 2012
Letters to Gaza, Palestine Solidarity Campaign Event, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London, 18 January 2012.
UK launch of Out of It, Mosaic Rooms, Earls Court, London. December 9, 2011
Reading from Out of It proof. Tottenham Palestine Literature Festival, Tottenham, London, 1, October, 2011.