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Seyward Darby

Brooklyn, NY

@ForeignPolicy Deputy Editor, Print. Formerly @tnr @YaleGHJP @TransitionsMag @YIHRKosovo. Lover of longform. RTs=interesting finds only.

The Amtrak crash and the fear of losing people we love

chicagotribune.com — When I was 20, the man I was dating died. We were traveling together thousands of miles from home in a remote part of Southeast Asia, and one morning, he didn't wake up. His breathing was labored and intermittent.

I was on the Amtrak train that crashed. It made me confront my own mortality.

washingtonpost.com — When I was 20, the man I was dating died. We were traveling together thousands of miles from home in a remote part of Southeast Asia, and one morning, he didn't wake up. His breathing was labored and intermittent.

Epiphanies From Teju Cole

foreignpolicy.com — Teju Cole seems to live to experiment. The Nigerian-American writer has penned two books -- 2011's acclaimed Open City and this year's Every Day Is for the Thief (published in Nigeria in 2007) -- that defy American readers' traditional idea of what has become known as "immigrant literature."

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