Immigration Essays by Sybil Baker

General Nonfiction

When Baker received a MakeWork grant to write about Chattanooga's unheard voices, she had no idea that her project would take her from the homes of Chattanooga's refugees in "Landings" to a "Sebaldian travelogue through the Syrian migration route" in "Reverse Migration." Using photos, literature, and her own family's slave-owning history, Baker excavates her own past as well as Chattanooga's to try and understand the ghosts that haunt her and the city she inhabits. From $13.01 SHOP NOW

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