For the record: When record lover Ian Nagoski heard a 90-year-old song by a Greek immigrant, he found his life’s calling (Washington Post)
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Hemingway reported on this war: “On the Quay at Smyrna.” His piece was briefer, but reminded me of Jack London’s reportage from Japan on the Russo-Japanese war and his trek through Korea to get to the “front lines,” which were in that area we Korean War veterans (1950-1953) refer to as “The Frozen Chosen,” near the northern border. Both were probably writing mainly fiction, or so I’ve been told.
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