"Lebanon Shot Twice" is a best seller book published in 2002 by Dar An Nahar. The book includes a collection of the most famous and iconic photographs of the Lebanese civil war (1975 - 1990).
Zaven spent two years searching for the faces and the places caught in these photographs and published his findings in a "before and after" format. 
The book was listed in the Top 100 art works that commemorate collective memories related to civil wars.

Lebanon Shot Twice is a best seller book first published in 2002 by Dar An-Nahar. The book includes a collection of the most famous and iconic photographs of the Lebanese civil war (1975 - 1990).
Zaven spent 2 years searching for the faces and the places caught in these photographs and published his findings in a before and after format.
The book was listed in the Top 100 art works that commemorate collective memories related to civil wars.

Witness On Society - Shahed Ala AlMojtamaa – brings together Zaven and clinical psychologist Dr Dolly Habbal to offer you an easy to read guide to life, body, soul and society. The book summarizes both Zaven's and Dr Habbal's “Sireh Wenfatahet” experience that helped the Arab World open up and speak out. The book tackles (Arabic) social, psychological, sexual and what was considered then taboo topics, in addition to self improvement matters. 
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In his third book, Zaven documents the greatest golden age moments and milestones of Lebanese television between 1959 and 1990. The book covers three decades of Lebanese entertainment, pop culture and historical events as they happened on Lebanese television. 
Those events not only made Lebanese pop culture but also shaped Lebanon and pushed its cultural and social boundaries.

"Lebanon on Screen" was published in 2016. It documents the landmark moments and milestones of Lebanese television. Inspired by his last publication in Arabic, this first-of-its-kind English book aims to present Lebanese television and pop culture to the world. "Lebanon on Screen" was published by Hachette Antoine and Alba University, with the collaboration of the United States Embassy in Lebanon.