Amil Niazi

Amil Niazi is a freelance writer and editor whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Washington Post. She has a monthly column in The Cut. Find her work on Twitter @amil.

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Molly Savard

Molly Savard is a queer writer, an ideas tramp, and reluctant to cohere. She was raised by three mail carriers in Manville, Rhode Island and lives in Los Angeles with every stray that’s shown up at her door. You can read more of her work at mollysavard.com.

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Tracy Wan

Tracy Wan is a writer and scent educator based in Toronto, Canada. Her work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Hazlitt, and The National Post, among other publications. 

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Elizabeth Rule

Dr. Elizabeth Rule (Chickasaw Nation) is an Assistant Professor of Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies at American University. Rule’s research on Indigenous issues has been featured in the Washington Post, The Atlantic, and NPR, and more than 100 public speaking engagements have taken her across three continents and to seven countries. She is the creator of the Guide to Indigenous Lands Project, including the Guide to Indigenous DC and her manuscript, Indigenous DC: Native Peoples and the Nation’s Capital is currently under contract with Georgetown University Press.

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Shawn Crispin

Shawn W. Crispin has worked as a journalist and editor for over 15 years based in Thailand. He was bureau chief for the Hong Kong-based Far Eastern Economic Review in Bangkok from 1999 to 2004, where he wrote on a wide range of political, business, and social issues. From 2001, he served as bureau chief for the Review‘s sister publication, The Asian Wall Street Journal. His coverage of Asia’s AIDS epidemic was part of a package recognized in 2004 for the “Excellence in Magazines” award of the Society of Publishers in Asia. Crispin has a master’s degree in Southeast Asian Studies and International Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, where he received a prestigious Freeman fellowship. He speaks fluent Thai.

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