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  • Aída Chávez

    Aída Chávez is The Nation’s D.C. correspondent. She was previously a congressional reporter at The Intercept. Chávez has also written for The Washington Post, The Hill, and Refinery29. She studied journalism and political science at Arizona State University and is currently in a heterodox economics master’s program at the City University of New York.
    D.C. Correspondent

  • Ken Klippenstein

    Ken Klippenstein is a reporter and The Nation's former D.C. correspondent.

  • Wilfred Chan

    Wilfred Chan is a contributing writer to The Nation. He was previously a journalist based in Hong Kong.

  • Jeet Heer

    Jeet Heer is a national affairs correspondent at The Nation and the author of In Love with Art: Francoise Mouly’s Adventures in Comics with Art Spiegelman (2013) and Sweet Lechery: Reviews, Essays and Profiles (2014).
    National Affairs Correspondent

  • Kali Holloway

    Kali Holloway is a columnist for The Nation and the director of the Make It Right Project, a new national campaign to take down Confederate monuments and tell the truth about history. Her writing has appeared in Salon, The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Time, AlterNet, Truthdig, The Huffington Post, The National Memo, Jezebel, Raw Story, and numerous other outlets.


  • Elie Mystal

    Elie Mystal is The Nation’s justice correspondent—covering the courts, the criminal justice system, and politics—and the force behind the magazine’s monthly column “Objection!” He is also an Alfred Knobler Fellow at the Type Media Center. Mystal is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, a former associate at Debevoise & Plimpton, and a lifelong New York Mets fans. One of t...
    Justice Correspondent

  • Stephen Kearse

    Stephen Kearse is a contributing writer for The Nation. He has contributed to The Baffler, Pitchfork, and The New York Times Magazine.
    Contributing Writer

  • Erin Schwartz

    Erin Schwartz is a contributing writer for The Nation and the managing editor of Study Hall. She writes frequently on television, popular culture, and books.

  • Bijan Stephen

    Bijan Stephen is a music critic for The Nation. He lives in New York and his other work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New Republic, Esquire, and elsewhere.  

  • Raina Lipsitz

    Raina Lipsitz has written about gender, politics, and culture for a variety of publications. Her forthcoming book, The Rise of a New Left: How Young Radicals Are Shaping the Future of American Politics, will be out in spring 2022.