James McEnteer

James McEnteer’s most recent book is Acting Like It Matters: John Malpede and the Los Angeles Poverty DepartmentHe lives in Quito, Ecuador.


And That’s The Way It Is: Essential Journalism Books of 2018

Larry Summers Trips Out

Adding Incel to Injury

Bordering on Insanity

How Brexit Won World War Two

Human Sacrifice in the Yucatán

Chained Together in Hell: Bush and Noriega

Thinking Over Baby Think It Over

The Grifter and the Murderer

An Era Ends in Ecuador: Forward or Back?

Mourning Again in America

Art of the Feel

Eugene, Oregon and the Rising Cost of Cool

Weak End at Bernie’s

Slouching Toward Washington

Ecuador: the Geopolitics of Generosity

The American Way: Find a Candidate to Vote Against

Best Picture IMHO: PC or not PC, That is the Question

Republican Nativism: Wall-to-Wall Deja Voodoo

Blast From the Past in Buenos Aires

Connecting the Dots in Ecuador: Under – and On Top of – the Volcano

When “Jeb!” Bush Met the Dalai Lama

My Favorite Presidential Candidate

My Great Escape

Acting Like it Matters

The Tardy Boys and the Secret of the Haunted Castle

The Age of Compromises and the Compromises of Age

How U.S. Customs Helped Me Smuggle Marijuana into the USA

Georgia on My Mind

The Smiling Face of Genocide in Cleveland

What If the Dead Stop Playing Dead?

Straight to Video

Losing the Plot

Come to Ecuador, Julian!

Pitching and Rolling on the Lean Streets of Quito

The Col. isn’t Leaving Until the Press Agrees on How to Spell His Name

Obama, Can This Really be the End?

Indian Givers

The Alamo Election

Miner Problems, Major Paralysis

This Week in Stupid

Star Wars, Clone Wars

The Photo and the Secretary

Straw Dogs

America Held Hostage

Peru’s Shining Example

Rashomon and the Binghamton Shooter

Rush to the Rescue

The Oscar for Denial