Whelped behind an old Hindu temple on the road linking the beach of Mullaitivu and the lagoon, she was the lone survivor of her pack easily recognized by her light brown coat, perky ears, pointed snout and delicate feet. The others—her children, siblings, sires, foes and friends—had died in the war or in its genocidal aftermath, from bombs, gun fire, mines, starvation, thirst … [Read more...]
C. Christine Fair
C. Christine Fair : "I am an associate professor within the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. While I have published extensively, my previous publications have been scholarly nonfiction. (My personal website is christinefair.net.) My research covers the political and military events of South Asia. Consequently, I travel extensively throughout Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka as well as other locales as demanded by my research."