At Boston Review: Wounded Knee’s Radical Legacy: Fifty years ago, the American Indian Movement occupied the site of a historic massacre. They won real gains in the face of brutal counterinsurgency tactics
At Public Books: Mr. President: A Novel the C.I.A. Spent a Fortune to Suppress
At Jacobin: "Embodiment": Angela Davis in Los Angeles & San Francisco
At Jacobin: "Universal Language": Diego Rivera in San Francisco
At Jacobin: "Wake Up, America!": Paul Robeson in Peekskill
At The Baffler: Our Man in Hollywood, Graham Greene, Vietnam & the C.I.A.
At Poetry Foundation: The Violent Years:
The Oppens, the Cold War & the F.B.I.
In Jacobin: Lorraine Hansberry, Tailed by the F.B.I.; Censored by the C.I.A.
In Jacobin: The Murder of
Malcolm X, the F.B.I. & N.Y.P.D.
In Jacobin: There is No Writer Quite
Like Arundhati Roy, May 20, 2020
In The Baffler: Propaganda,
Anti-Propaganda, Dec. 6, 2019
In Truthdig, How Democrats Sowed the Seeds of the Border Crisis, Aug 29, 2019
At Poetry Foundation, Pablo Neruda's Exile Marked the Cold War's First Global Manhunt, July 8, 2019 (more)
_____________________praise for Finks_____________________
“A fascinating mix of political history [&] literary history.”
-New York Times
“An essential book.”
-Los Angeles Review of Books
“A powerful warning.”
-The New Republic
"Listen to this book, because it talks in a very clear way about what has been silenced." —John Berger, author of Ways of Seeing and winner of the Man Booker Prize