An essay, originally published over two issues, on how and why we forget war.
Tag: Very Long
The full text of a 20,000-word ebook on the interpreters who worked alongside American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, and their fates once they were no longer of service.
The Interpreters is also available free on Amazon.
A 42,000-word, 3-continent spanning “hacker tourist” account of the laying of the (then) longest wire on earth.
Published across three consecutive issues and later adapted into the book (and mini-series) Generation Kill, the story of bullets, bombs and a Marine platoon at war in Iraq.
Previously: Evan Wright on the Longform Podcast.
A 22,000-word profile of the Yahoo CEO.
An inquiry into the assassination of Pakistan’s former Prime Minister.
Michael Quinn took on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – and lost.
On the country’s poorest.