Maurice Chammah

Maurice Chammah is a journalist based in Austin, Texas, who has written for The New York Times, Texas Monthly, The Texas Observer, Guernica Magazine, and elsewhere. More of his work is at www.mauricechammah.com


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The Journalist and the Victim

WRITERS OF NONFICTION crime stories, as opposed to their counterparts in fiction, face a very specific problem: how to write about ...


The Prison Show’s Dilemma
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