Seven Questions
  • Seven Questions for Alyssa Katz
  • Alyssa Katz was a Nation intern in 1990. Previously editor-in-chief of City Limits, she is now editor of The New York World, an accountability journalism project at Columbia Journalism School covering city and state government. She is also the author of Our Lot: How Real Estate Came to Own Us. In this interview, Spring 2014 intern Nation Simon Davis-Cohen talks to Alyssa about getting started in journalism and covering local communities.

  • Seven Questions for Josh Eidelson
  • Josh Eidelson was a Nation intern in 2011. He currently covers politics, labor, and inequality as a reporter for Salon. Previously he was co-host of a podcast for Dissent and blogged for The Nation. In this interview, Spring 2014 intern Sam Adler-Bell talks to Josh about his work as a labor reporter and his tips for freelancers.

  • Seven Questions for Zoë Schlanger
  • Zoë Schlanger was a Nation intern in 2012. She is currently a reporter for Newsweek. In this interview, Spring 2014 intern Laura Cremer, who works with the Institute's Investigative Fund, asks Zoë about her career and who inspires her.

  • Seven Questions for Sasha Abramsky
  • Sasha Abramsky was a Nation intern in 1994. Now a freelance journalist, his work has appeared in The Nation, The Atlantic, New York, Salon, Slate, The Village Voice, and Rolling Stone. His most recent book, The American Way of Poverty: How the Other Half Still Lives, was published by Nation Books in 2013. In this interview, Spring 2014 Nation intern Mara Kardas-Nelson asks Sasha about his career and his time at The Nation.

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