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Monday, July 30 2012

Brian Wood’s New York: The Conclusion of the DMZ Series

Whatever the social and political issues Brian Wood and Ricardo Burchielli, and their occasional collaborators, chose to examine through the DMZ series, those examinations were always grounded in and refracted through New York.

Sunday, January 3 2010

This New Year’s Eve Really Did End with a Bang

Nothing like spending New Year's Eve with couple of white guys pretending to be black guys during a war-time year worthy of blowing its own brains out.

Tuesday, July 14 2009

With one bat and no uniforms, Iraq’s baseball team hits field

Thursday, April 30 2009

Publisher dumps Fallujah video game

Wednesday, April 15 2009

Once a country of fervent readers, Iraq now starving for books

Sunday, December 7 2008

Fault Lines by Nancy Huston

Erra’s childish recounting of body parts that grow and those that don’t, including a count of her own lost baby teeth, is a rare moment where the narrator truly is only six.

Friday, December 5 2008

House of Saddam

At the start of House of Saddam, the Iraqi leader watches George W. Bush announce the coming war on TV, looking into a reflection of his own end, born of hubris and deception and decades of disloyalties.

Sunday, August 24 2008

In search of song amid sounds of war in Baghdad

Monday, March 17 2008

Black 47: Iraq

Bronx-based Celtic punks Black 47 offer a weak, ineffectual Iraq war protest album.

Wednesday, July 18 2007

Nice Bombs (2006)

Though it seems casual, even random, Nice Bombs manages a consistently acute observation of tensions between troops and citizens, expectations and realities.

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