The Pulitzer Prize-winning look at the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe
About Tina Rosenberg
Journalist Tina Rosenberg lived and traveled extensively in Latin America from 1985 to 1991. She was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 1987. Her work has appeared in such magazines as Esquire, Rolling Stone, The Atlantic, Foreign Policy, and The New Republic. She now lives in Washington, D.C.
"Tina Rosenberg has traveled around the ruins of a fallen empire and she has returned with astonishing tales of human memory and struggle. The Haunted Land is the best portrait of post-imperial Eastern Europe around."--David Remnick, author of Lenin's Tomb
"Brilliant and impassioned... The definitive account of what the transition away from communism in Eastern Europe has meant in moral terms."--David Rieff, Los Angeles Times Book Review
WINNER 1995 National Book Awards WINNER 1996 Pulitzer Prize