The Girl From Revolution Road
by Ghazaleh Golbakhsh
A powerful collection of personal essays on displacement, being different and living between two worlds, told with humour and self-reflection.
'A book for our times, written with wit, lyricism, cynicism and tenderness.' Rachel House
The humour is sometimes offset with the more sombre reminder of the racism that has always existed in this country, from misguided quips to more serious stories of harassment. The impact of recent world events shows that, more than ever, marginalised voices are needed in our cultural discourse.
Page Count: 240 Pages
Imprint: Allen & Unwin
Published: Sept 2020