If a writing “territory” exists in which I know more than others, it might be the Presbyterian Church (USA) peace-accompaniment program in Colombia (or the 1971-72 Washington Redskins).
When I think about "powerful writing," I would point to the piece that I wrote for a website about the late South African female soccer player Eudy Simelane.
Blood poured from my chin onto my chest. It’s a regrettable thing, to be bleeding, to be bleeding in public. And then not to be aware that you are bleeding.
Via her phone, a student was rebroadcasting someone’s rebroadcast of a broadcast of the jury verdict in the Laquan McDonald case.
The Greek historian Herodotus called the Baltic the “Amber Sea” to acknowledge the yellow, brown, and orange fragments of ancient tree remains that could be found along the shore.