“I regarded this sentence as the greatest insult to the Palestinian people.”

Ibrahim Nasrallah, author of Time of White Horses (Hoopoe, 2016), is considered one of the most influential voices of his generation.

He was born to Palestinian parents in Jordan in 1954, and grew up in a refugee camp there. He has written fourteen collections of poetry and fourteen novels as well as works of literary criticism. He is also a painter and photographer.  Nasrallah lives in Amman, Jordan.

To read more about Time of White Horses, click here.

To read an extract of the novel, click here.



Posted on 06/06/2016 in FICTION Alternative History, FICTION Historical, tagged as Hoopoe Fiction, Ibrahim Nasrallah, Palestine, political fiction, Time of White Horses


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