Eliza Griswold is a poet and journalist. She is currently a Berggruen Fellow at Harvard Divinity School.
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Essays & Memoir | Issue 138
Eliza Griswold | Is Travel Writing Dead?
‘Even in its subtler forms, the act of looking is an act of self-regard.’
Art & Photography | Issue 137
Blue Sky Days
Tomas van Houtryve & Eliza Griswold
‘For those caught beneath its thrum, there’s no comfort that the drone, and whoever is at its helm in America, is only targeting the bad guys.’ Eliza Griswold introduces Tomas van Houtryve's unsettling photo-essay taken by drones coming close to civilian life in the manner of the drones currently deployed in Afghanistan.
Essays & Memoir | Issue 137
First Sentence: Eliza Griswold
‘This, of course, was years before anyone knew or cared who Boko Haram was.’
Poetry | Issue 134
Friday Afternoon with Boko Haram
I spent the Hezbollah war in Nigeria eating hummus in a Syrian cafe and watching...