A collection of our conversations with author and journalist Charles Bowden. His body of work includes his observations about the American psyche, essays on the natural world, and gritty stories about drug violence and other crimes. Many of these stories come from his home in the desert southwest. Bowden died August 30, 2014 at the age of 69. He was regarded as one of the most powerful writers of our time
Reports from Katrina's Aftermath
Doug Fabrizio talks to Western journalists on their return from the devastation left behind by Hurricane Katrina. He's joined in studio by NPR's rural affairs correspondent Howard Berkes, and Tucson author Charles Bowden who is writing for GQ magazine.
- For a list of Howard Berkes' reports on Katrina, click here
- Charles Bowden's article will appear in the November issue of GQ Magazine