Sticky culture; Section 61 and Superstorm Sandy

It’s been a busy and fascinating time again at Book Talk, the column I curate for National Geographic. Elizabeth Pisani took us deep inside the mysterious, fascinating, infuriating place that is Indonesia; Kathryn Miles took us inside the swirling maelstrom that was  Superstorm Sandy, ten years on; and my old editor at NatGeo, Bob Poole, gave a moving account of Arlington Cemetry’s Section 60,where the victims of America’s most recent wars are buried. What kind of books would YOU like to see featured?

About sworrall

Writer with @Natgeo; author of The Poet and The Murderer; and the forthcoming Starcrossed: A Romeo And Juliet Story in Hitler's Paris (2022)

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