This blog initially began as a way for me to chronicle the events of the 2011 Libyan revolution as I witnessed them in Benghazi. It then turned into a space where I could vent about the situation in Libya and the deteriorating situation in Benghazi since those initial days.
Today, the blog has become a space in which I write about topics that are of interest to me, focusing on Libyan architecture, urban design, culture and literature, among other things. The amount of Libya-related content in English online is minimal, and the number goes down when factoring in content produced by Libyans from inside the country. The aim of this site is to add one more Libyan voice to the ether.
All views are my own, and represent only myself.