Debbie Nathan

Debbie Nathan is a Texas native and writer who divides her time between New York City and the border. She is author, most recently, of Sybil Exposed: The Extraordinary Story Behind the Famous Multiple Personality Case.
  • Midnight In Mexico

    Book Review: Reporter Seeks Source

    Alfredo Corchado’s new journalism memoir, Midnight in Mexico, is a whydunit with a conclusion more compelling than Citizen Kane’s “Rosebud.” Full Story

  • Ties That Bind

    Essay: Ties That Bind

    Driving last year into one of the poorest, most violent slums of Ciudad Juarez, the Mexican border metropolis known worldwide as “Murder City,” my taxi driver hunched over the steering wheel and gripped it tight. Full Story

  • This American Life

    Translation Nation: Defining a New American Identity in the Spanish-speaking United States Mexican New York: On a road trip through the Midwest boonies in […] Full Story

  • Truth of the Matter

    Trail of Feathers: Searching for Phil True. A Reporter’s Murder in Mexico and His Editor’s Search for Justice In 1998 Phil True, a good-looking, […] Full Story

  • A Butter Take on Texas History

    A Butter Take on Texas History BY DEBBIE NATHAN A Journey through Texas: Or a Saddle-Trip on the Southwestern Frontier By Frederick Law Olmsted […] Full Story