We see the potent brew of Sacco's reporting, with its combination of engagement and complicity This is what visual storytelling has to offer, this kind of immediacy, of empathy, this ability to open up the narrative in a way that transcends words. "Los Angeles Times" Deeply humane, disturbing portraits of war, oppression, and sectarian tension Sacco's work is a reminder of the hidebound nature of much international reporting, and of the potential for creative disruption in the field. If there were any justice in American media, a hundred Saccos would bloom. "Bookforum" The images Sacco draws are so powerful that they burn deep into your retina and reconfigure how you see the world. The stories in "Journalism" display Sacco at the top of his game as our era's irreplaceable moral witness. "National Post (Toronto) " This volume of Sacco's shorter pieces makes an outstanding companion to his acclaimed book-length works A powerful record of voices that would have otherwise gone largely unheard. "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"