Awarded for improving understanding of the history, economy, culture, arts, music, literature, religions, beliefs and practices of Egypt.
After a long and winding road, the adaptation of the bestselling memoir is here, directed by Michael Mann and scripted by JT Rogers.
MORE IS MORE IS MORE: Today’s Maximalist Interiors by Carl Dellatore (Rizzoli) to publish September 13, 2022
“You’ll be hard pressed to find more jubilance between two pieces of clothbound cardboard, or anywhere else for that matter.”
New York Review of Books Calls THE BURIED: Life, Death and Revolution in Egypt by Peter Hessler “original, richly layered, and often delightful”
“…a sharp sense of humor, a gift for observation,… and a knack for using memorable characters and anecdotes to demonstrate larger truths.”
Awards will be presented on March 12th at the New School in New York City.
A deft, entertaining, and wide-ranging meditation on the iPhone as direct descendant of the influential school of art and design.
The Guardian Calls THE BURIED: Life, Death and Revolution in Egypt by Peter Hessler “a small triumph, one of the best books yet written about the Arab spring.”
“What separates him from most other foreign correspondents is a strange alchemy in his writing and storytelling that gives him an ability to spin golden prose from everyday lived experience.”
Minneapolis Star Tribune Reviews THE BURIED: An Archaeology of the Egyptian Revolution by Peter Hessler
“Like his terrific 2013 book “Strange Stones: Dispatches From East and West,” this one seamlessly blends memoir, history and energetic reporting. “
The Sydney Morning Herald Reviews THE BURIED: An Archaeology of the Egyptian Revolution by Peter Hessler
“…a book that promises a uniquely deep insight into modern Egypt, and what went so terribly wrong after the tumultuous, joyous eruptions of the Arab Spring.”
“‘The Buried’ is …equal parts travelogue, history and memoir from a writer with a gift for conveying the profound humanity of his subjects.”