Edited by Jason Pack Jason Pack has assembled articles by both new and well-known experts on Libya to produce a book of consistently high quality, which is not all that common in edited works.
A hard-hitting film based on testimonies from migrants about their experiences in Libyan detention centers has now been released.Read More
By Edward Curtin Review of Paolo Sensini’s book, Sowing Chaos: Libya in the Wake of Humanitarian Intervention
By LORRAINE ADAMS What can a child know about totalitarianism?In Hisham Matar’s exceptional first novel, this question transcends the psychological to yield something rare in contemporary fiction:
By MICHIKO KAKUTANI Toward the end of this eloquent memoir, Hisham Matar quotes these words, spoken by Odysseus’ son Telemachus in “The Odyssey”:
By ROBYN CRESWELL “Hisham Matar is no revolutionary. As a writer, he is more interested in the mysteries of domestic life than in the abstractions of politics.”