AbdouMaliq Simone

AbdouMaliq Simone is Senior Professorial Fellow at the Urban Institute, University of Sheffield. He is also a research associate at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, visiting professor at the African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town, research associate with the Rujak Center for Urban Studies in Jakarta, […]

Eli Friedman

Eli Friedman is Associate Professor and Chair of International and Comparative Labor at Cornell. His most recent book is The Urbanization of People: The Politics of Development, Labor Markets, and Schooling in the Chinese City.

Jane Kalu

Jane Kalu’s short stories have been featured in Isele Magazine, Jalada Review, Munyori Review, and the Willesden Herald Anthology. She was a scholar for the American Short Fiction 2022 Workshop and is currently a Doctoral Fellow in Creative Writing and Literature at the University of Southern California.

Johanna Winant

Johanna Winant is Assistant Professor of English at West Virginia University. Her writing has appeared in Slate, Los Angeles Review of Books, James Joyce Quarterly, Journal of Modern Literature, Modernism/modernity, and Post45, among other venues.

Jamie Figueroa

Jamie Figueroa is the author of the critically acclaimed novel Brother, Sister, Mother, Explorer. She is on the faculty of the MFA Creative Writing program at the Institute of American Indian Arts. Her writing has appeared in McSweeney’s, American Short Fiction, Agni, Elle, and Emergence Magazine, among others. Boricua (Afto-Taino) by way of Ohio, Jamie […]

Tadhg Larabee

Tadhg Larabee is a writer and editor from Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Olivia Cheng

Olivia Cheng is an MFA student in fiction at the University of Michigan. Previously, she worked in Silicon Valley managing engineering teams.

Toussaint Nothias

Toussaint Nothias is Associate Director of Research at Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab and a Faculty Affiliate of the Center for African Studies.

Leah Claire Kaminski

Leah Claire Kaminski’s poems have appeared in Bennington Review, Massachusetts Review, Prairie Schooner, Rhino, the Rumpus, and ZYZZYVA. Poetry Editor for the Dodge, Leah has three chapbooks published or forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press, Harbor Editions, and Milk and Cake Press. Read her work or get in touch at www.leahkaminski.com.

Harsha Walia

Harsha Walia is an activist and writer based in Vancouver. Her latest book is Border and Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism, and the Rise of Racist Nationalism.