A Rough Guide To The Dark Side

A Rough Guide To The Dark Side

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Hour 2:           What happens when a New York Times foreign correspondent disagrees with his editor about the invasion of Iraq, quits his job, and then sets out in a drug-induced euphoria to launch a Serbian version of Woodstock on an island in the Danube? We’ll talk this hour with Daniel Simpson, who tells these stories and more in the new book “A Rough Guide To The Dark Side” (Zero Books, 2012).

Daniel will be speaking at 3:45pm today at the Mayborn School of Journalism (GAB 104) at the University of North Texas in Denton.

He’ll also speak Sunday at 2pm at The Writer’s Garret Open House, at Lucky Dog Books (10801 Garland Road) in Dallas.

  • Gayle

    very scary times revealed about betraying the walking of the tightrope.

  • Gayle

    very scary times revealed about betraying the walking of the tightrope.

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  • http://thewritepractice.com/ John Fisher

    Among other things, Mr. Simpson narrates yet another distressing example of a supposedly free press not doing its job but rather unquestioningly accepting America’s foreign policy in the wake of 9-11 — said policy having since been conclusively shown to be in error in many ways.

  • http://thewritepractice.com/ John Fisher

    Among other things, Mr. Simpson narrates yet another distressing example of a supposedly free press not doing its job but rather unquestioningly accepting America’s foreign policy in the wake of 9-11 — said policy having since been conclusively shown to be in error in many ways.

  • http://thewritepractice.com/ John Fisher

    Among other things, Mr. Simpson narrates yet another distressing example of a supposedly free press not doing its job but rather unquestioningly accepting America’s foreign policy in the wake of 9-11 — said policy having since been conclusively shown to be in error in many ways.

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