Based on years of immersive reporting, Eliza Griswold’s “Amity and Prosperity” follows the legal battle that ensued when a single frack site began to affect three neighboring families.
In a striking collection of underground poetry written by Afghan women—and punctuated by photographs from the women's lives—voices that are often silenced speak out about topics as varied as the Taliban, American occupation, sex, poverty, domestic abuse, marriage, Guantanamo and George W. Bush.
"This book really began around the kitchen table at the rectory with crock-pot stew." Eliza Griswold—with a poet's eye for the telling, homely image—is tracing the genesis of her new book, The Tenth Parallel: Dispatches From the Fault Line Between Christianity and Islam. "This book really began around the kitchen table at the rectory with crock-pot stew."