LONDON - A vivid account of life inside Baghdad's Green Zone has won Britain's richest nonfiction book prize.
"Imperial Life in the Emerald City," by Rajiv Chandrasekaran, bureau chief in Baghdad for The Washington Post from April 2003 to October 2004, took the $60,000 Samuel Johnson Prize for Nonfiction on Monday.
I believe this is also the time period in which Jonah Goldberg completed the design for his book's cover. Now, someday he'll have to find a way to actually finish the contents...cannot someone buy this man crayolas? Or does he just eat them as he gets 'em?
Meanwhile, Frank Gaffney's latest book hasn't won anything: