Q&A with National Book Award finalist Anand Gopal

Q&A with National Book Award finalist Anand Gopal

Anand Gopal shares the stories of three Afghans – a Taliban commander, a US-backed warlord, and a village housewife in his book No Good Men Among the Living: America, The […]

 

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