Jeremy Harding is a contributing editor at the London Review of Books. He is the author of Small Wars, Small Mercies: Journeys in Africa’s Disputed Nations and The Uninvited: Refugees at the Rich Man’s Gate, a report on clandestine migrants and asylum seekers, originally published in the LRB. The Uninvited won the Martha Gellhorn Award for Journalism in 2001. His translations of Rimbaud’s poetry were published by Penguin in 2004.
His most recent books include the memoir Mother Country and Border Vigils: Keeping Migrants Out of the Rich World.
He first visited Palestine with the Palestine Festival of Literature in 2009 and has since returned several times and run writing workshops with university students. Two of his essays from Palestine appear in This is Not a Border: Reportage & Reflection from the Palestine Festival of Literature.