Alan Feuer has been a staff writer at the New York Times since 1999. He has written about prisons, the Mafia, baseball, steakhouse waiters, pigeon racers, firefighters, bartenders, and single mothers. Currently he covers the Bronx and Harlem for the paper
"Of the war itself we catch only smoky, sand-blown glimpses. But Feuer's first book helps us understand how the image of war is crafted, and for that alone it is welcome."
An innocent abroad: New York Times
reporter Feuer's engaging memoir of a brief sojourn in Iraq.
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