NPR’s Morning Edition: In “The Book of Collateral Damage’ An Accounting of What Baghdad Lost”
World Literature Today “In addition to the acute human attention to details, the novel moves beyond cultural and identity politics to a post-human view of “things” beyond anthropocentricity. Antoon’s rhetoric movingly goes beyond the argument for the human cost of war to giving agency to things and places that the war consumes as collateral damage. You can read the full review here.
Full Stop “But The Book of Collateral Damage. . .pushes the form one step further, commandeering autofiction’s nebulous, probing nature to interrogate the loss of self. You can read the full review here.
سنان أنطون: إنجيل العراق الضائع، يزن الحاج