What does it mean to be silenced, to be censored? Or perhaps, more importantly, what does it mean to break free?
This beautifully illustrated anthology celebrates high quality fiction and non-fiction short story writing from authors all over the world. Bringing together 12 exciting and emerging international voices, this collection explores the censoring of the past, present, future, the self, the state, and the effects of censorship on everyday life. As a provocation, this book will provide readers with a diverse, relatable and surprising look at censorship and what it means to be silenced - or, perhaps more importantly, what it means to break free.
Publisher: Nobrow Ltd
Number of pages: 192
Dimensions: 216 x 135 mm
"An illustrated collection of short stories that explore the theme of censorship in all its complexity... the pieces not only represent a broad range of lived experiences and viewpoints but also offer a kaleidoscopic rather than myopic perspective on the subject of censorship."