In this week's New Yorker magazine, Philip Gourevitch and Errol Morris chronicle the most influential photographer you've never heard of, Sabrina Harman, and a hooded man standing on a box with his fingers attached to wires. The army sentenced her to prison for taking pictures. The complete article is online.
Meanwhile, over at Vanity Fair, they've put the entire text of Charlie LeDuff's profile of Robert Frank online.
(These are both, shall we say, "long-breathed" articles; hope you've got some time to read today.)