Books by Wendell Steavenson

PARIS METRO by Wendell Steavenson
Released: March 13, 2018

"Deeply informed by the author's experiences as a journalist but triumphantly transmuted into intelligent and heartfelt fiction."
Taking the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris as her first novel's starting point, veteran foreign correspondent Steavenson (Circling the Square: Stories from the Egyptian Revolution, 2015, etc.) plunges her characters into the complexities of the post-9/11 world. Read full book review >
CIRCLING THE SQUARE by Wendell Steavenson
Released: July 21, 2015

"An intensive firsthand exploration of modern Egyptian liberation and solidarity."
Impassioned coverage from the front lines of a historic Middle Eastern uprising. Read full book review >
Released: March 17, 2009

"A tenacious attempt to answer the question, 'How do ordinary little human cogs make up a torture machine?'"
Through the grim travails of one of Saddam Hussein's top generals, journalist Steavenson (Stories I Stole, 2003) examines the dictator's edifice of totalitarianism and moral corruption. Read full book review >
STORIES I STOLE by Wendell Steavenson
Released: March 1, 2003

"In the ruins, stories that stun."
Harsh, lovely prose chronicles the author's two years in post-Soviet Georgia. Read full book review >