Seth Harp is an investigative journalist, foreign correspondent, and magazine writer who has reported from Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, Mexico, and elsewhere for publications including Rolling Stone, Harper’s Magazine, the New Yorker, the New York Times, the Daily Beast, and Columbia Journalism Review. He is a veteran of the Iraq War, and before becoming a journalist was an assistant attorney general for the state of Texas. In 2019, he was selected as a fellow in nonfiction literature at MacDowell. He lives in Austin, Texas.
Foreign Fighters in Ukraine Could Be a Time Bomb for Their Home Countries
Two killed in the Ukrainian Army’s International Legion may have been neo-Nazis.
Texas Deployed SWAT, Bomb Robot, Small Army of Cops to Arrest a Woman and Her Dog
She had done nothing wrong. State troopers started following her because of “anti-law enforcement rhetoric” on her car windows.
The War on ImmigrantsI’m a Journalist but I Didn’t Fully Realize the Terrible Power of U.S. Border Officials Until They Violated My Rights and Privacy
I complacently assumed that CBP’s horrendous treatment of migrants wouldn’t affect me directly, least of all in Austin, the city where I was born.