French-Algerian journalist and broadcaster Nabila Ramdani is releasing a new book. Fixing France: An Insider’s Guide to a New Republic will be published by PublicAffairs in fall 2023. PublicAffairs is a non-fiction book publisher in New York City, founded in 1997, and is an imprint of Hachette Book Group.
Ramdani began her career in journalism by covering the 2007 French presidential elections for a number of UK newspapers and working as a commentator for the BBC. She has written for The Guardian, London Evening Standard, New Statesman, The Independent, The Observer, and more. Some of her recent work includes the article “#Heatwave brings out the heroes – but hospitals need a lot more of them” for The Connexion about recent extreme weather has highlighted the countries problems with healthcare and emergency services. She also recently spoke to BBC Scotland about French president Emmanuel Macron’s recent visit to Algeria.
Considering her extensive background in covering Arab, Muslim, and other ethnic minority communities in France, this book is sure to offer some new insights about the country and the people who live there. While we await the full description of Fixing France, there are a few details about the book Ramdani shared on Twitter.
Delighted that my new book, FIXING FRANCE:AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO A NEW REPUBLIC will be published by @public_affairs/@HachetteUS in 2023. It’s an analytical guide to the country & its people, examining with a challenging eye the myths & universals ideals that hold #France together. pic.twitter.com/WtIYP5KV63
— Nabila Ramdani ⭐️⭐️ نبيلة رمضاني (@NabilaRamdani) July 16, 2022
Best wishes to Ramdani on her forthcoming book!