I’ve been involved in a number of journalism projects, and this part of the website contains links to them. One project, built around a story I wrote for the New Yorker about the toppling of the statute of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad in 2003, consisted of assembling archival material related to the toppling — books that touched on it, photos and such. Another project was a long thread I wrote on Twitter that recounted, on the 15th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, my journey covering that calamity; the thread included pictures I took during the invasion, and it seemed to strike a chord. I also pulled together, into a single thread, much of what I wrote on Twitter about the Nobel Prize awarded to genocide denier Peter Handke. Another Iraq project — I co-curated a multimedia exhibit about the invasion, featuring the remarkable war diaries of Marine Lt. Tim McLaughlin. And finally, I used to have a blog, back when people did that, and I’ve archived it on this site.