G. Willow Wilson talks about Alif the Unseen

I've been a fan of G. Willow Wilson's work since her graphic novel Cairo. I suppose it helps that we share many similar interests and concerns, ranging from contemporary fantasy novels to the Arab world. Her new book is her first prose novel, Alif the Unseen. The story of a hacker in an unnamed Arab country, the story involves the jinn, state security, the nature of fiction, the meaning of freedom and revolution. We spoke about the book, the Arab Spring, Egyptian politics and more.

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