I am an artist, I get to be my home, my own language, my own culture.
‘Even if you’re 75 years old and haven’t left the city you’ve grown up in, you have migrated through time. To me, it feels like the theme of being human is being a migrant.’
The editor of The Good Immigrant on the creation of the book and bringing change to the publishing industry.
A personal dispatch from author, activist and long time friend of English PEN, award-winning Faïza Guène, whose fiancé is at urgent risk of deportation from France.
The Independent Foreign Fiction Prize-winning author of The Iraqi Christ responds to the European refugee crisis.