Under a Guise of Fiction, Realities of War


The New York Times’ Anne Goodwin Sides reveals an Ernie Pyle of our generation. A few days before Easter, people are filing into the prayer room of the Santuario de Chimayo, kneeling before homemade photo collages of uniformed soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan: New Mexico’s dead and wounded. In this early 19th-century adobe … Continue reading

What I Did on My Summer Vacation


Due to the Thursday capture of Ratko Mladic I keep talking about Scott Anderson and his article about almost capturing a Bosnian war criminal. Here’s the full text behind the Strange Tales editorial feature that captured my attention of a war half a world away.