Saturday, September 10, 2011

On Ten Years

The current NYMag is astonishing.  I would highly recommend reading it whether or not you have any connection to The City. My copy (though less than a week old) is already tattered.  Within the double issue, a dialogue about September 11th unfolds following the alphabet A-Z. In the entries, no arguments are made about who, where, what, or why. No conclusions are drawn. From Abbottabad to Blue to Dragnets to Good-bye to Paper to Quiet, the accounts of the days leading up to and the days following 9/11 are dynamic, shocking, saddening, and uncannily real. Please read. 

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