Jori Lewis is the author Slaves for Peanuts: A Story of Conquest, Liberation, and a Crop That Changed History. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic Magazine, Discover Magazine, and Emergence Magazine, among others. She is a senior editor at Adi Magazine, a literary magazine of global politics.
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WHEN I FIRST MOVED TO DAKAR in 2011, I lived in a small apartment in the compound of a Senegalese family, an in-law unit with its own entrance through the garden. Continue reading
Writing in Times of Dire Need
In the introduction to her latest book, Bright Unbearable Reality, Anna Badkhen states that one in seven humans have left their birthplaces, many of them crossing political borders because of disasters Continue reading