Author

Stephen Kinzer

Culture correspondent for the New York Times

Stephen Kinzer is a veteran foreign correspondent who has covered more than fifty countries on four continents. In 1996 he became the first New York Times bureau chief in Istanbul. He is now that paper’s national culture correspondent, based in Chicago.

He is the author of “Blood of Brothers: Life and War in Nicaragua” and co-author (with Stephen Schlesinger) of “Bitter Fruit: The Untold Story of the American Coup in Guatemala”.

Articles by Stephen Kinzer

Swimming Across the Bosphorus

What makes Istanbul — the only city that spans two continents — so magnificent?

January 26, 2002