Contributors--November/December 2007


Contributors | November/December 2007



Jeff Chang ("Fight the Power") won the American Book Award and the Asian American Literary Award for Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation.

 

Illustrator Marcos Sorensen ("Fight the Power") has drawn for the New York Times, Swatch, and Coca-Cola. As inspiration for this piece, he dusted off an old turntable and spun some hip-hop classics.

 

Elizabeth Larsen ("Did I Steal My Daughter?") has worked for both Sassy and the Utne Reader and as an extra in Purple Rain. She wrote about her daughter in this year's Choice: True Stories of Birth, Contraception, Infertility, Adoption, Single Parenthood, and Abortion.

 

Peter Leyden ("The 50-Year Strategy") is director of the New Politics Institute and coauthor of The Long Boom and What's Next? Simon Rosenberg is founder and president of ndn, a Washington, D.C., think tank.

 

Sasha Abramsky ("How the West Might Be Won") wrote about election fraud in the September/October 2006 issue. His latest book is American Furies, a history of imprisonment in America.


Jeff Chang

Jeff Chang


Nomi Prins

Nomi Prins


Elena Dorfman

Elena Dorfman


Marcos Sorensen

Marcos Sorensen


Novella Carpenter

Novella Carpenter


Jon Mooallem

Jon Mooallem


Michael Sugrue ("How the West Might Be Won") has shot for GQ, Fortune, and Outside.

 

Elena Dorfman ("The Anime Within") ventured into the world of men and women who live with life-size sex dolls for her 2005 series, Still Lovers.

 

Marla Felcher ("You're Not the Regulator of Me") teaches marketing at Harvard and is the author of It's No Accident: How Corporations Sell Dangerous Baby Products.

 

Novella Carpenter ("The Yield of Magical Thinking") lives in Oakland, California, with a duck, 2 pigs, 4 turkeys, 14 rabbits, 15 chickens, and 25,000 bees, give or take. She's at work on a memoir.

 

Nomi Prins ("Barbarians at the Capitol") is the author of Other People's Money: The Corporate Mugging of America. A former Goldman Sachs managing director, she's working on a graphic novel about a Skid Row superhero.

Jon Mooallem ("Schlock and Awwww") was once a Mother Jones intern and a kosher butcher. These days he's a New York Times Magazine contributing writer.

Bruce Falconer ("Southern Inhospitality") and Laura Rozen ("Watercoolered") are reporters in Mother Jones' Washington bureau.