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About The Author

Alice Driver

Alice is a writer and journalist based in Mexico City. She loves spending time in the streets collecting stories and eating potato chips covered in lime and salsa. She conducts research on issues related to the ethics of the representation of violence as a postdoctoral fellow at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and she is working on her first documentary about how photographers represent violence in Mexico. She is also a volunteer with the non-profit Justiciahable.org to promote issues related to human rights and justice. Find out more by visiting http://alicelaureldriver.com/.

Posts by: Alice Driver

Skolnick is a Lonely Planet author and has covered the human rights situation in Myanmar.

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The thoughts poured out like a dark, wet animals.

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Violence remained at a distance, a story told, a finger pointed.

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I called a coworker and said, “I am pretty sure our boss is stealing money.”

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No single, clean narrative to offer up.

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He had soft brown eyes and looked profoundly lost. I would never know his life.

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It was rush hour, and a sea of people ebbed and flowed.

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The duck feather creation sucked me in with the force of a black hole.

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The spinach and cheese ravioli sealed my conviction.

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5 foodie spots in Chicago

On December 13, 2011 By

Happiness can be found in greasy foods.

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