218pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2019.
Photojournalist, filmmaker and author Greg Marinovich recounts his experiences covering war and conflict throughout Africa and around the world. Over a period of 25 years he worked in South Africa, Angola, Mozambique, Uganda, Somalia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Chechnya, India, Saudi Arabia, Palestine and the USA.
Marinovich was a member of the Bang-Bang Club, and co-author of The Bang-Bang Club: snapshots of a hidden war. His book, Murder at Small Koppie: the truth behind the Marikana massacre, won the 2017 ALan Paton Award. He was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 2013/14 and teaches visual journalism at Boston University's journalism school and at Harvard University.