|LB||01||The New Beggars||19981208|
Authors are still in the forefront of the battle to protect human rights.
This series marks the continuing struggle with five short stories by writers who have spoken out.A prescient tale on the fate of story tellers by Ken Sara-Wiwa, the Nigerian writer executed for his role in the struggle for the rights of the Ogoni people.
A tale of adolescence under the ayatollahs, by Iranian exile Ghazi Rabihavi.
|LB||03||A Day Unlike Any Other Day||19981210|
An account of the first post-apartheid elections, by Sowetan gangster turned writer Don Mattera.
Stories and poems by women held in Burmese prisons.
|LB||05 LAST||The Captive Of The Caucasus||19981212|
By Vladimir Makanin, who tackles two taboo subjects in modern Russia - homosexuality and the Chechen war.