Michael Hastings was a contributing editor to Rolling Stone and a correspondent at large for BuzzFeed. Before that he worked for Newsweek, where he rose to prominence covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was the recipient of the 2010 George Polk Award for his Rolling Stone magazine story The Runaway General. Hastings was the author of three books, I Lost My Love in Baghdad, Panic 2012, The Operators, andThe Last Magazine. He died in 2013, and was posthumously honored with the Norman Mailer Award for Emerging Journalist.
A play about poet T.S. Eliot, which premiered at an acclaimed venue.
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