Ilana Sichel

Ilana Sichel’s writing has been published in a variety of outlets, including Prairie Schooner, Narrative, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and Haaretz. She is currently working toward a doctorate in clinical psychology. Follow her on Twitter @ilanasichel.

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Caitlin Kelly

Caitlin Kelly, winner of a National Magazine Award in her native Canada, is a former reporter for The Globe & Mail, Montreal Gazette and New York Daily News. She is the author of “Blown Away: American Women and Guns” and “Malled: My Unintentional Career in Retail.” A writing coach and frequent contributor to The New York Times, she lives in Tarrytown, NY. Follow her on Twitter: @CaitlinKellyNYC.

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Fiona Tapp

Fiona Tapp grew up in East London before relocating to Canada in her twenties when she fell in love. After completing her Master in Education and having a long career as an elementary school teacher she pivoted to live a more creative life and became a freelance writer. Her work has been featured by National Geographic, Rolling Stone, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and many others. You can see her work at www.fionatapp.com or follow her on Twitter @fionatappdotcom

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Rachel Dodes

Rachel Dodes is a journalist focused on entertainment, politics and the intersection of the two. Her work has appeared in Vanity Fair, the New York Times, BuzzFeed and the Wall Street Journal. She also co-hosts a podcast called “Nope,” in which she shuts down the most abominable news of the week, every week. Follow her on Twitter @racheld.

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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 from Verso Books in 2022. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. On Twitter: @RainaLips.

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Kareem Shaheen

Kareem Shaheen was the Middle East and Turkey correspondent for The Guardian, and was previously based in Istanbul, Beirut and Abu Dhabi. He was nominated for a Frontline Club Award for print journalism for his coverage of the Khan Sheikhun chemical attack. He holds a Master’s degree in war studies from King’s College London. He lives in Montreal, where he continues to work as a journalist and columnist.

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Nikki Muller

Nikki Muller is a playwright, musical comedian and actress who splits her time between Los Angeles and New York. She has spent the last several years performing and touring her award-winning play, Definition of Man, which was recently nominated for an Ovation award. Follow her on Twitter: @nikkimuller.

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Chrissy Stroop

Chrissy Stroop grew up in central Indiana and Colorado Springs, Colorado, attending evangelical schools in both places before going on to earn a B.A. in history and German from Ball State University in 2003 and a Ph.D. in modern Russian history from Stanford University in 2012. She is co-editor, together with Lauren O’Neal, of a collection of personal essays by former conservative Christians called Empty the Pews: Stories of Leaving the Church. Follow her on Twitter @c_stroop.

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Cara Marsh Sheffler

Cara Marsh Sheffler is a New York-based writer, translator, and editor. Her writing has appeared in many publications, including The Guardian and VICE. As one half of ¡AGITPOP! Press, she collaborates with visual artist Johannah Herr. Their most recent full-length book is a revisitation to the World’s Fair, “I Have Seen the Future: Official Guide.” Sheffler’s writing in it was described by The New York Times as “enthusiastically caustic.”

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Amy Schiller

Amy Schiller researches, writes, and consults at the intersection of political theory and philanthropy. She is currently an Associate Fellow at the Hannah Arendt Center at Bard College. Her research applies Hannah Arendt and other theorists to contemporary philanthropic practices and discourses to uncover ways in which philanthropy creates and destroys the common world. Alongside her philanthropy commentary, Dr. Schiller’s teaching and her writing for The AtlanticThe Nation, The American Prospect, and The Daily Beast have addressed matters of race, gender, popular culture, and electoral politics. She holds a Ph.D. from CUNY Graduate Center and has taught at Brooklyn College and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research.

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