About Wendell Steavenson
Wendell Steavenson has worked for Time and has written for a variety of publications, including the Daily Telegraph and Prospect.
Articles by Wendell Steavenson
Yesterday Omer sent me, in an email attachment, some of the pictures he took with the digital camera I gave him. They were from the road between Kirkuk and Baghdad; pictures hed taken as we drove down it about ten days after Baghdad fell. A long straight road through the flat, beige landscape, through low mean mud villages; quiet or empty, past Arab shepherds with their faces swathed in red and white checked headscarves and abandoned Iraqi positions, dry dust trenches like scars; burnt out APCs like weals.
There were no Americans.