AN IRANIAN METAMORPHOSIS by Mana Neyestani

Can a cartoon cause riots? It seems unbelievable but for Mana Neyestani it’s true. One of his cartoons sparked riots, shuttered the newspaper Neyestani worked for, and landed the cartoonist his editor in solitary confinement inside of Iran’s notorious prison system. Mana Neyestani story, which can only be described as Kafkaesque, is vividly brought to life in An Iranian Metamophosis. 200 pages, 6.75″ x 9.5″, two-color cover, black and white interiors, paperback. (Uncivilized Books)

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