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Immediately following Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, Nora Krug connected with two anonymous subjects-"K.," a Ukrainian journalist, and "D.," a Russian artist-and began what would become a year of correspondence. Diaries of War transforms Krug's weekly communications with K. and D. into an intimate, illustrated epistolary format. In both the graphic adaptation of Timothy Snyder's On Tyranny and Krug's own memoir, Belonging, Krug touched on difficult, contentious topics, from personal and societal identity to political conflict and more, with immense skill and compassion. She brings the same moving thoughtfulness to this collection. With millions of Ukrainians displaced, injured, or killed as a result of the conflict, Krug provides a personal look at the sorrowful effects of war on an individual level-such as loss of resources, emotional and existential distress, displacement and disconnection.

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