Reviews

  • The journalists in this book have demonstrated the highest professional achievements and courage. . . Without them, the stories of today and tomorrow will remain only partly told.

    Christiane Amanpour, from the Foreword
  • Showcases journalism at its bravest. Determination, grit and humour shine through the writing.

    Lindsey Hilsum, Observer Books of the Year
  • Zahra Hankir’s pioneering collection is required reading... An antidote to the endless stream of 'clickbait' and 'content', this is journalism at its most honest and reflective – a multi-dimensional narrative about what it means to be a female journalist in the Arab world and in the West... 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.

    Sarah Collins, The Arts Desk Books of the Year
  • 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.

    Dwight Garner, 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.

    Sarah Shaffi, Stylist

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