March/April 2010 Issue
Justine Sharrock (“Age of Treason“) is the author of Tortured: How Our Cowardly Leaders Abused Prisoners, American Soldiers, and Everything We’re Fighting For, out in June. Several of Lucian Read’s photos are in the Marine Corps museum’s permanent collection at Quantico.
Mother Jones cofounder Adam Hochschild‘s (“Blood and Treasure“) King Leopold’s Ghost was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. Former investment banker Marcus Bleasdale spent eight years photographing the Congo conflict; his award-winning book The Rape of a Nation hits US stores this March.
MoJo human rights reporter Mac McClelland‘s “For Us Surrender Is Out of the Question” is adapted from her just-published book of the same title. Her reporting was supported by the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute and the Fund for Investigative Journalism.
Scott Carney (“Cash on Delivery“, and “The Temple of Do“) is a Wired contributing editor. He’s at work on a book about the future of the human body. Illustrator Tomer Hanuka (“Cash on Delivery“) is cocreator of the comic-book series Bipolar.
Photographer Erica McDonald (“A Place for Us“) is working on a book about a Brooklyn neighborhood’s vanishing working class. Contributing writer Jennifer Gonnerman is the author of the National Book Award finalist Life on the Outside.