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John Sack on tour for An Eye for an Eye in MilanJohn Sack was a founder of literary journalism, the one new literary form of the twentieth century.

He was a journalist for fifty-five years. He was a newspaper reporter in North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia, a contributor to Harper’s, The Atlantic and The New Yorker, a contributing editor of Esquire, a writer, producer, and special correspondent for CBS News and its bureau chief in Spain, a war correspondent in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Yugoslavia and Afghanistan, and the author of ten nonfiction books like M ("Great reportage," The New York Times).

John Sack died at 7 pm PST Saturday, March 27, 2004.
For a complete obituary go to:

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/31/arts/john-sack-74-correspondent-who-reported-from-battlefields.html

or link to these files:

NY Times obituary (PDF)

Esquire Magazine memorial (PDF)

More in Dictionary of Literary Biography

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