Did Chico Hamilton run out of time, or did he get just enough?
Up against a wall, waiting to die on a late afternoon in August 1982, a journalist’s life stops and then starts over.
Come here to interview me,” the old man said, “and you wind up getting an education.”
An American returns to the little steel town of Kamaishi, Japan, in search of its indomitable spirit.
When a man is struck on a highway in Maryland, his wife is thrown into her past.
Habib Hussain sold his field in India for passage to Saudi Arabia and dreams of money and status. He came home as a stowaway.
Jana Van Voorhis, a troubled Arizona woman, sought relief from terrible maladies that did not exist. And when she crossed paths with a right-to-die group, her fate was sealed.
Some time after his father’s suicide, a writer finds himself in Nicaragua on a journey among signs and wonders.
They came to our village by the hundreds and thousands, all equipped with swords, knives, and sticks. In minutes, Thao Khalsa was surrounded.
My father's slow suicide.
My strange journey through the Therapeutic Community, and what became of my fellow residents—gangstas, misfits, and burnouts—many years later.
On a moonlit ride through L.A. with Mike, Vince, and Eddie, things go bad.
A life unfolds in Ward 3B, Creedmoor Psychiatric Center.
An accident. A death. And a search for blame.
The tale of an Arizona forest fire, the prison inmates who died fighting it, and the families who struggled for justice.
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