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  • Silja J.A. Talvi

    Talvi's work has appeared in a wide variety newspapers and magazines nationwide, as well as several book anthologies including Body Outlaws (Seal Press, 2004, 3rd edition), Prison Nation (Rutgers, 2002), as well as an ensuing anthology, Prison Profiteers (The New Press, 2007). In 2006, Talvi was awarded a national New American Ethnic Media award for immigration-related reporting, as well as h...

  • Philip Nobel

    Philip Nobel writes for Metropolis, Artforum, the New York Times and Architectural Digest. He is trained as an architect.

  • Eric Schlosser

    Eric Schlosser is the author of Fast Food Nation and a co-producer of the documentary Food, Inc.    

  • Forrest Church

    Forrest Church is senior minister of All Souls Unitarian Church in New York City. His most recent book is The American Creed: A Spiritual and Patriotic Primer.

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  • Emma Ruby-Sachs

    Emma Ruby-Sachs, a student at Wesleyan University, was a Nation intern for summer 2002.

  • Jacob Hodes

    Jacob Hodes was a Nation intern for summer 2002.

  • Angela Bonavoglia

    Angela Bonavoglia, MSW, is a journalist, author and health communications consultant. Most recently, she authored “A Blueprint for Improving Access to Primary Care for Adults with Physical Disabilities,” published by the New York State Health Foundation and Independence Care System. Bonavoglia’s articles and essays on women’s issues, especially religion, health, film and television, have appear...

  • Charlotte Innes

    Charlotte Innes, a writer in Los Angeles, reviews books for various publications. She also recently won a first prize in the "Poetry in the Windows" contest in Los Angeles.

  • Leonard Kriegel

    Leonard Kriegel's latest book is Flying Solo (Beacon). He lives and writes in Manhattan, where he is currently working on a series of new essays for a book about life in New York as seen from the perspective of a man in a wheelchair.