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Republic of Pirates in Wired Magazine

The new issue of Wired Magazine has a special section on pirates, and Republic of Pirates makes cameos in two articles within.

In one, Mary H.K. Choi asks if "Freelancers are the New Pirates" -- as a lifelong freelancer, I hope the answer really is 'yes' -- and includes some of my comment from our interview on the golden age pirates of the Bahamas, the subject of my book.

A second piece looks at the three pirate-related television series now in development in the United States, including NBC's "Republic of Pirates." Angus Konstram provides some historian's comment on the settings and subjects of all three. 




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