Photojournalist Ron Haviv discovered over 200 rolls of undeveloped film in his archive—material spanning twenty years, and as many countries. When he had the rolls developed and scanned, he encountered famous faces, close friends, and places of conflict—the stuff of his trade. But he also found light leaks, dye pools, scratches, and other assorted marks of time. Those lost histories are brought to life again in this new magazine edited by Robert Peacock with essays by W.M. Hunt, Dan Milnor, and Ron Haviv.