132 Nonfiction entries in Graphic Lit
From City of Fear
The troops were led by poachers, tea-sellers, thrift store owners, and ex-convicts who'd turned into officers.
Translator's Note: Didier Kassaï's Storm Over Bangui is a comprehensive chronicle of the instability of the Central African Republic following the overthrow of President François Bozizé in 2013 and the beginning of a civil war which continues unabated to this day. Kassaï, an artist from Bangui, the CAR's capital, takes us on a tour of his country's recent history, depicting the rise of Séléka Muslim militias and the Anti-balaka Christian militias that arose in response to them,...
"There are things you mustn't ask questions about. Some people get sad."
The Belgian graphic novelist Jeroen Janssen first traveled to Rwanda in 1990. Both he and his then-wife taught at an art school in Nyundo for four years until they were forced to flee. In 2007 he returned and revisited the school and the surrounding area. Abadaringi collects his impressions from that and subsequent visits.