lives and writes in Columbia, Missouri. She works as the director of education and outreach for the annual documentary-based True/False Film Festival, as well as hosting the fantastic True/False Podcast, featuring interviews and commentary with documentary filmmakers, available anywhere you get podcasts. Her writing has appeared in The Los Angeles Review of Books
, Oxford Public Health Magazine
, and more. She won the 2015 University of Missouri Essay Prize. The topic of today’s conversation is her new book, Maps Are Lines We Draw: A Road Trip Through Haiti
, out now from Lanternfish Press (2018).
Greg Soden is the host of “Classical Ideas,” a podcast about religion and religious ideas. You can find it on iTunes here.