JESSE FOX MAYSHARK remembers Christopher Hitchens: “He talked about reporting, he talked about Bill Clinton, he talked about Tennessee politics, which he turned out to know more about than me. That was no surprise. I got the feeling that if I had been a beekeeper from Ottawa, he would have known a lot about Canadian pollination problems, too. I finished my drink, and felt buzzed. There was a lot of gin in it. He tossed back the rest of his, and asked, ‘Another?'”