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“Wascom is one of the most exhilarating historical novelists in
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“Huffman looks at what it means to be a war reporter in the twenty-first century through the lens of the iconic Hetherington’s life.” —New York Post
Here I Am
The Story of Tim Hetherington, War Photographer
By Alan Huffman
978-0-8021-2091-5 • $16.00 • Paperback • Mar. 2014
Biography (Military)
“I don’t think I fully understood how brave my good friend Tim Hetherington was until reading these pages. Not only does Huffman bring Tim back to life—his brilliant work, his extraordinary vision —but he also leads us through some of the most harrowing combat of our generation. His description of the siege of Misrata should be read by anyone who imagines they understand war—or courage, or fear.” —Sebastian Junger

Tim Hetherington (1970–2011) was one of the world’s most distinguished and dedicated photojournalists. In Here I Am, journalist Alan Huffman recounts Hetherington’s life: his first interests in photography; his critical role in reporting the Liberian Civil War; and his tragic death in Libya. Huffman also traces Hetherington’s photographic milestones, from his prize-winning photographs of Liberian children to the celebrated portraits of sleeping U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. Here I Am explores the risks, challenges, and thrills of war reporting, and is a testament to the unique work of people like Hetherington, who risk their lives to give a voice to people ravaged by war.

“[Huffman] investigates not only the significant life of his subject, whom he admires greatly, but also the craft of the war photographer … Huffman excels at heightening the drama, depicting the rapid-fire action and constant danger of working among soldiers and guerrillas engaged in battle.” —The Boston Globe

“Huffman vividly chronicles the short life of a man drawn to danger zones to capture the horrors of modern warfare.” —
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