A Game For SwallowsBy Abirached Zeina
Eleven years after the 2006 bombing of Lebanon, Mazen Kerbaj’s Beirut Won’t Cry, set for release this August, joins a growing throng of graphic novels and graphic-novel hybrids by artists from Beirut.
Lebanon is a complicated place to get one's head around. In less than 10,000 square kilometers there are four million people, one million Syrian refugees, eighteen officially recognized religions, and one heck of a political system. Here's a reading list of 10 books to help you figure it all out