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Twenty years on, this wonderful second-person narrative about hypothermia, a writing tour de force, is still one of Outside magazine's most-read stories
The prize-winning magazine writer's first book is a blueprint for the world as he sees it, exploring themes to come in the next 20 years
The memoir of his life with the Border Patrol combines lyricism and pain, highlighting by turns the futility, absurdity and uniqueness of his time there
The New York Times reporter writes, with his trademark humanity, of a terrible secret unearthed at an Irish "mother and baby" home
For The New York Times Magazine, Azmat Khan and Anand Gopal humanize the victims as they reveal undercounts of Iraqi civilian deaths by U.S. airstrikes
Who *wouldn't* want to learn the secrets of one of the best literary journalists of the last 50 years? Do we see any hands at all? Didn't think so.
As the Maine Lobster Festival gets ready to boil thousands of crustaceans alive again, please take a moment to bask in the splendor of the piece that maddened many Gourmet readers 13 years ago
The New York Times writer asks, “How did air travel, which once seemed so glamorous and exciting, turn into a sadomasochistic pas de deux between the industry and the passenger?”
The Al Jazeera America piece, reported with Mexican reporter Ignacio Alvarado Alvarez, haunts with its indelible portrait of pets paying the price when a terrorized place goes feral
The songwriter has an uncanny ability to give voice to working Americans -- more than a few of them Trump supporters. A look at his decades of storytelling about heartland hopes dashed.
In his 1999 piece on a would-be impresario of the quirky sport of curling, the Canadian writer creates a David Brent-like character: at times an insufferable blusterer, at others an insecure guy who just wants your approval