-“‘Dentro discutía con Dios: ‘Haz por lo menos que me maten‘”. La entrevista de Pedro J. Ramírez a José Ortega Lara en Crónica.

– Peter b. Back, terrible, en la New York Magazine: “The Day I Started Lying to Ruth. A cancer doctor on losing his wife to cancer“.

– Doug Dubois en GQ: “The Undefeated Champions of Defeat City“. Camden, New Jersey, is America’s most dangerous city, a once proud place now ravaged by addiction and poverty and guns and decay. It’s also a really unlikely place to start a Little League. Kathy Dobie spends a season of heroism and survival with the coaches, players, moms, dreamers, retired gangbangers, and wised-up ex-cons who believe in baseball’s power to transform the hood.

– Bárbara Ayuso en Jot Down: “El santuario de los libros prohibidos (de China)“.

– Jesse Katz en LAMag: “Escape de Cuba: El Viaje Nunca Antes Contado de Yasiel Puig a Los Dodgers“. La impactante historia del jugador más polémico de las Grandes Ligas de béisbol. Vía Droblo.

– Sam Kean en Slate: “Phineas Gage, Neuroscience’s Most Famous Patient. Each generation revises his myth. Here’s the true story“.

– Robert Beckhusen: “Destroyer of Worlds: Why the Danger of Nuclear War Persists“. The Cold War is over, but the risk of nuclear miscalculation is not

– “On the writings of Norwegian mass killer Anders Breivik“- Una reseña de A Noregian Tragedy: “Anders Behring Breivik and the Massacre on Utøya”, de Aage Borchgrevink’s.

– Sobre Breivik, y tras leer su manifiesto, yo escribí varias cosas. “El profeta de la nueva reconquista“.  “El asesino que no amaba a las mujeres“. Y sobre “Fjordman, El ‘hombre del fiordo’, sin careta

– Obituario en The Economist de William Ash: “William Ash, a Spitfire pilot, POW and later Communist“. (Vía Alberto Penadés).

– Jorge San Miguel en Jot Down también: “Breve historia de la luz (artificial)“.

– Leyla Boulton con la historia simpática del día: “How an English schoolboy got his doctors the Légion d’Honneur“.

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