Political debates over immigration quotas have clearly piqued readers’ interest in the global refugee crisis. More than ever, publishers’ catalogs are full of novels, short stories, nonfiction narratives, and even poetry offering new perspectives on the plight of the estimated 65 million men, women, and children risking their lives to escape war, hunger, and poverty.
These eleven books reflect some of the best recent writing on this timely, troubling subject.
A version of this list was previously published on Popsugar.
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