Ink is a new magazine that will showcase long-format journalism. That's something that I find immediately attractive, because I'm always searching for ways to write at greater length, to explore a theme to greater depths, than an oped article allows.
The inaugural issue (May 2011) is out. The cover story is an essay I wrote. Its impact is immeasurably enhanced by photographs my good friend Tom Pietrasik took. This was on a trip we did together to Chhattisgarh.
It being early days still, the magazine is not yet widely available on the stands. But you can see the e-version here. The essay is called "A Few Good Doctors". Note Tom's photograph on the cover and navigate to page 24 to read it and see his other photographs.
May 14, 2011
A few good doctors: Ink
Posted by Dilip D'Souza / 11:34 AM
Labels: health care, rural, Tom Pietrasik
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Thanks for sharing the link and for writing the article. It brings home the extent of underservice much more strongly than a basketful of statistics.
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