The May issue of The Digital Journalist is now online. The issue includes several appreciations of photojournalist David Douglas Duncan, inspired by the recent publication of his book, Photo Nomad, a retrospective of his 60-year career. There's also a videotape interview with Duncan and an online gallery of images from Photo Nomad, including an amazing shot of the position from which he photographed WWII strafing missions: wedged into a hollowed out fuel tank hanging under the wing of a P-38 fighter plane.
The issue also includes a series of dispatches from Iraq and a discussion of the impact of recently published digital photographs of abuse in the Abu Ghraib prison.
Also interesting is an item on a new photographic e-book by photojournalist Roger Richards, called Remember Sarajevo. Digital Journalist publisher Dirck Halstead says that photo books have been conspicuously absent from the recent upsurge in digital book publishing, and Remember Sarajevo is therefore something of a milestone.