“ Speed Bumps,”
West Branch Wired
“Last Indian Massacre”
The Kenyon Review Online
“The Road to Soldier Meadow”
The Nevada Review
Volume 3 Number 1
Hobart Literary Journal
Volume 11: 77-88
“Indefensible: Why Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s lawyer is leaving the defense team—and the Army”
August 26, 2014
Reno News and Review
Volume 18 Issue 35: 14-15
October 18, 2012.
“A Public Defender’s Primer”
River Teeth: A Journal of Narrative Nonfiction
Volume 12, Number 2: 89-103
“A Short List of Objects and Their Possessors”
(“Hainbat objekturen eta haien jabeen zerrenda laburra,”)
Erlea Literary Journal (Spain, in Basque Language)
Vol. 1: 42-44
Further Reading for All That Followed
The literary and political history of the Basque Country is extraordinarily rich and complex. For those interested in further reading about and from the Basque Country, I would suggest the following as starting points. These works were instrumental in researching All That Followed, and provide compelling, informative reads.
1. That Old Bilbao Moon: The Passion and Resurrection of a City, by Joseba Zulaika, Center for Basque Studies Press (2014).
2. The Witches’ Advocate: Basque Witchcraft and the Spanish Inquisition (1609-1614), by Gustav Henningsen, University of Nevada Press (1980).
3. Dirty War, Clean Hands: ETA, the GAL and Spanish Democracy, Second Edition, Paddy Woodworth, Yale University Press, 2003.
4. Ghosts of Spain: Travels Through Spain and Its Silent Past, Giles Tremlett, Walker and Company 2008.
5. The Accordionist’s Son, by Bernardo Atxaga, (Margaret Jull Costa, Translator) Graywolf Press (2009).
6. Obabakoak, by Bernardo Atxaga (Margaret Jull Costa, Translator), Vintage Press (1994).