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2 Sydney Brownstone ("The Incredible, Hypothetical Egg"), a former Mother Jones editorial fellow, writes for Fast Company. The story's illustration is by 3 Ross MacDonald, whose first job was on a chicken farm; the photograph is by Matthew Reamer.
Hannah Levintova ("From Russia, With Love") was born in Boston but grew up speaking Russian at home; in November, she will report from Moscow on an exchange program sponsored by the International Center for Journalists.
4 Mads Nissen decided to document Russia's LGBT scene after traveling to the country to teach narrative photography.
6 Sebastiano Tomada Piccolomini worked as an assistant on New York City fashion shoots before becoming a conflict photographer.