The current Comics Journal has two of my reviews. One is a longish piece on After 9/11: America’s War on Terror (2001- ). The other is a short review of the first six issues of Terry Moore’s Echo. Neither are online.
I’ve also had two articles re-printed recently.
Back in October, Counterpunch ran an excerpt from my book American Methods: Torture and the Logic of Domination. Under the title “Torture at Area 2,” the article provides background on the long-running Chicago torture scandal, which recently resulted in the arrest of retired police commander Jon Burge.
My piece isn’t online. But for information on the Burge case, see the Chicago Reader’s archive of John Conroy’s coverage:
More recently, an excerpt from my 2005 Columbia Journalism Review article appeared in the anthology Language, Literacy, and Inquiry: World Literature. (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s Press, 2009.)
The original CJR piece is on the web: http://cjrarchives.org/issues/2005/2/ideas-essay-williams.asp