By Jeremy Harding
"I heard a few bars of Chris Corner’s song ‘I Salute You Christopher’ a day or so before the new IAMX album, Volatile Times, was released. The song, which appears on the album, is subtitled ‘Ode to Christopher Hitchens’:
I salute you Christopher
I salute your life
How you played the dice …
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The song is on YouTube..
Original post (syracuse.com)
Time has come to publish the last post on this site. I've been posting links and articles for three years, and it's been great. I a...
A decade after 9/11, it remains the best description and most essential fact about al-Qaida. By Christopher Hitchens The proper task o...
Carol Blue, the widow of author Christopher Hitchens, answered viewer questions submitted via Twitter, Facebook. Watch it here (c-spanvid...
Tom Cook has a thread on reddit where you can remember Hitchens, and what he meant to you.
Questioning the moral heroism of India’s most revered figure. By Christopher Hitchens "JOSEPH LELYVELD SUBTLY tips his hand in his...
By Peter Hitchens I can’t really claim that I never notice the extraordinarily spiteful attacks on me which come from one particular qua...
Recorded June 15, 2010. Christopher Hitchens at The Free Library of Philadelphia. He is interviewed by Marty Moss-Coane, host of WHYY's ...
Mr Steve Wasserman, Christopher Hitchens' literary agent, kindly replied to my query about a possible memorial. Posted with permission. ...
BBC Radio 4 By Christopher Hitchens. A selection of the polemical journalist's essays. Read by Roger Allam. Listen here (15 minutes...
By Jeremy Harding
By Mick Brown, 25 Mar 2011
"Writing in his memoirs, Hitch-22, of the numerous perils that he has faced as a reporter around the globe in places as various as Afghanistan, Northern Ireland and Beirut, Christopher Hitchens reflects that a little danger or discomfort can be a salutary thing: 'I still make sure to go, at least once every year, to a country where things cannot be taken for granted, and where there is either too much law and order or too little.’
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