The Writing on the Wall

Posted in Essays, Photos by Roger D. Hodge on June 20, 2012

New piece in the July Texas Monthly,The Writing on the Wall,” about climate change, drought, and the rock art of the Lower Pecos river. See for more photographs.

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  1. Glenn said, on October 11, 2012 at 12:41 am

    Glenn October 10, 2012 at 9:19 pm

    I have been a subscriber to Harper’s for a few years. I look to Clowncrack every day for inspiration and fortification against the madness. I always went to the Harper’s site to click on your work there just so they could count clicks, knowing how important it is to your support by them.

    Looking at the cover of the magazine you’re holding reminds me of a certain edge they lost after losing Roger D. Hodge. I don’t find articles now there as good as the prescient “Barrack Hoover Obama” article and Michael Hudson article that brought me into subscribing to Harper’s, instead of just reading it in my public library. And this happened right at the same time I quit subscribing to the The Nation.

    Any magazine I can subscribe to today with both Mr. Fish and Hodge?


    Mr. Fish October 10, 2012 at 9:29 pm

    Thanks for that. And I wish that there was a magazine that ran both me and Roger. He was a ballsy editor with a high standard for honesty and excellence and seeing him booted out was most certainly a dark day for the publication. In fact, it was he who green-lighted my weekly appearance on the site.

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