Christine Henneberg is a writer of fiction and non-fiction. She is also a practicing physician. She studied English and creative writing at Pomona College and earned her MS and MD from the UC Berkeley – UC San Francisco Joint Medical Program.
Nia is a Black Voices in the Public Sphere fellow at Boston Review where she writes about race, gender, politics and policing.
Brian Callaci is the Open Markets Institute’s Chief Economist, researching the affect of corporate power on workers, small businesses, and other groups. He previously worked at Workers United, SEIU, the Strategic Organizing Center (formerly Change to Win) and the Data & Society Research Institute.
Diamond Forde’s debut collection, Mother Body, won the Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize. She has received numerous awards and prizes, including the Pink Poetry Prize, the Furious Flower Poetry Prize, and CLA’s Margaret Walker Memorial Prize. She is a Callaloo and Tin House fellow, whose work has appeared in Massachusetts Review, Ninth Letter, NELLE, Tupelo Quarterly, […]
Racquel Goodison is on faculty at the City University of New York. Her stories, poems, and creative nonfiction have been nominated for the Pushcart and can be found in a variety of literary journals.
Jeffrey S. Kahn is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Davis, and author of Islands of Sovereignty: Haitian Migration and the Borders of Empire.
Lucia Edafioka is earning an MFA in fiction from the University of Arizona. Her work has been published in Catapult, Popula, and the anthology Lagos to Limbe: Nonfiction from Cameroon and Nigeria. She is working on her debut novel.
Andrew Spieldenner (Ph.D., Howard University) is Executive Director of MPact: Global Action for Gay Health & Rights, Associate Professor of Health Communication at California State University-San Marcos, and a Visiting Scholar at Concordia University. Dr. Spieldenner is a community-engaged researcher and advocate with over 25 years of experience in HIV. Openly living with HIV, Dr. […]
C. P. Chandrasekhar is currently Professor at the Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has published widely in academic journals and is the co-author of Crisis as Conquest: Learning from East Asia (Orient Longman), The Market that Failed: Neo-Liberal Economic Reforms in India (Leftword Books) and Promoting ICT for […]
Samuel Miller McDonald is an editor at The Trouble and Epilogue, a doctoral researcher at University of Oxford, and graduate of the Yale School of the Environment and College of the Atlantic. His writing has appeared in Current Affairs, The New Republic, and The Guardian, among other publications.