Deborah Scroggins

Deborah Scroggins, a former editor and correspondent for the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, is the author of Emma's War: An Aid Worker, Radical Islam and the Politics of Oil--A True Story of Love and Death in the Sudan (Anchor), which won a 2003 Ron Ridenhour Award for Truth-Telling. She lives in Atlanta.

The Dutch-Muslim Culture War The Dutch-Muslim Culture War

The debate over women and Islam is polarizing Dutch society.

Jun 9, 2005 / Feature / Deborah Scroggins

The Good Girl The Good Girl

In the past few decades, Russell Banks has established himself as one of America's most important living writers, one of a handful with the daring and the talent to plumb our his...

Nov 24, 2004 / Books & the Arts / Deborah Scroggins

The African Predicament The African Predicament

Howard French has written a passionate, heartbreaking and ultimately heartbroken book about covering West Africa's blood-soaked descent into a nightmare of war and greed as a rep...

May 27, 2004 / Books & the Arts / Deborah Scroggins