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Writing

How to Embrace Writing Fiction About Sorrow and Darkness

Sharon Bala, author of The Boat People, shares her experience writing a book about refugees, and offers advice for writing about darkness.

Books

Best Books of March 2017: Joan Didion to H.G. Wells

Never-before-seen writings from Joan Didion, H.G. Wells's classic manifesto The Rights of Man, rare interviews with Elton John, and more. 

Illustrations

Reading Langston Hughes’s ‘Refugee in America’ in a New Light

Hughes’s poem is about the illusion of ideals like freedom and liberty for black Americans, but it’s just as useful when applied to the events of today.

Books

This Side of Syria: Best Books to Understand the Syrian Experience

In the kickoff to our new series, we've curated essential reading - fiction and nonfiction, by Syrians and non-Syrians, to understand this war-torn country.

Issues

12 Excellent Books to Understand the Refugee Experience

The current global refugee crisis demands more empathy than ever. Read one or more of these books to better understand the refugee experience.

Culture

Saoirse Ronan to Star as Refugee in ‘Sweetness in the Belly’

‘Sweetness in the Belly,’ based on the book by Camilla Gibb, will star Saoirse Ronan as a displaced, orphaned refugee forced to find her way.