Charlie LeDuff ("What Killed Aiyana Stanley-Jones?"), now a reporter with the Detroit News, won a Pulitzer for his work on the New York Times' "How Race Is Lived in America" series. A member of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians, he's writing a memoir about his hometown—and his family's complex racial history—titled Detroit: An American Autopsy, due out next year. Contributing photographer Danny Wilcox Frazier's documentary project on Iowa was nominated for a 2010 Emmy award.
Jeff Sharlet's "Junkets for Jesus" was adapted from his recent book C Street: The Fundamentalist Threat to American Democracy. Sean McCabe has illustrated Chris Rock, Johnny Depp, and Ben Bernanke.
Go to "Attack on the Middle Class" to find our superheroes of wonk—James K. Galbraith, David Corn, and Kevin Drum—exposing the attack on the middle class and how it will play out in this fall's election. The Adventures of Unemployed Man comic creators Erich Origen and Gan Golan also collaborated on the bestselling parody book Goodnight Bush.
Andy Kroll ("Home Wreckers") started as a MoJo intern and is now a reporter in our DC shop, where he broke the story of Florida's shady foreclosure king months before the New York Times. Pop-art collagist Lou Beach's work has appeared on albums (Blink-182) and magazine covers.