In January 2010, Jonathan Katz was working in Haiti for the Associated Press, the only American news organisation with a permanent bureau there. Other foreign journalists lived there, and a few more flew in for elections and catastrophes, but for the most part Haiti coverage had become a . . .
New York publishers so far only publish books about the 2010 Haiti earthquake written by non-Haitians. Here’s a review of the first 2. One’s terrific, the other very lousy.