Goodbye To A Friend Who Knew Who She Was — And Lived Too Short A Life

My friend, the journalist Christine Tierney, died earlier this month. The life she lived always seemed right out of another era.

I regularly felt that Christine was a descendant of the women war correspondents and photographers of the 1940s — Martha Gelhorn or Margaret Bourke-White, fearlessly, stylishly circumnavigating the globe in pursuit of…

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Journalist. Author. The Check blog on Forbes.com. NPR and NYT alum

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Journalist. Author. The Check blog on Forbes.com. NPR and NYT alum

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