Corey Flintoff is a former NPR foreign correspondent whose assignments included Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Haiti, Ukraine and Russia. He was NPR Southeast Asia Bureau Chief and Moscow Bureau Chief. Born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska, he now lives in Maryland. He’s now trying his hand at writing and his fiction has appeared in The Virginia Quarterly Review and other publications. Corey Flintoff was in Logan last week to help UPR raise money for our broadcast network and for student reporters. We’ll talk with him about his beginnings in Alaska, his reporting from hot spots like Iraq, and about the current news regarding Russia and Ukraine.