FQ Associate Editor Regina Longo met with Bernie Cook in Washington, DC to speak about his book Flood of Images: Media, Memory, and Hurricane Katrina. The book’s publication marks the 10-year anniversary of the storm and its aftermath. As a native of New Orleans and a media scholar, Cook approaches the subject as both an insider and an outsider. Read the column and then download the free chapter of the book offered here for FQ readers, with special thanks to UT Press.
Racial Camp, Samuel Fuller’s Film of Falkenau Concentration Camp, plus reviews of When the Levees Broke, Time to Leave, and a Day-long video tribute to Nam June Paik