Reviews

  • "A stirring, provocative and well-made new anthology . . . a book that banishes all manner of silences... that rewrites the hoary rules of the foreign correspondent playbook, deactivating the old clichés. "

    New York Times
  • "[An] inspiring and extraordinary essay collection… the stories these women have to tell are unique, and deeply needed at a time when our gaze so often turns to what’s happening in the Arab world."

    Stylist
  • "Compelling… With this book, Hankir shines a light on the strength of those who have reported on war and womanhood and invites us to “listen to what they have to say”. I urge you to accept her invitation."

    The Arts Desk
  • "In an era where the truth is put up for debate, let’s celebrate these women, who venture into conflict to get at the truth."

    Refinery29