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 to promote issues related to human rights and justice. Find out more by visiting

Journalist Adam Skolnick on travel writing and human rights in Myanmar

A day in the negative thoughts of one writer

Disembodied violence in the world’s most dangerous city

On discovering corruption in human rights work

There is no one story of love lost

Notes from inside a Mexican prison

Blood, blooming like roses

Alexander McQueen and the meaning of life

A homemade pasta revolution

5 foodie spots in Chicago

Ode to the Thai 7-Eleven

30 hours of epic eating in NYC

A tale of roasted pig in Bali

My affairs with Mexican slang

The ephemeral: Travel without a camera

Why I quit Facebook

How to: Hitchhike as a couple

Wedding registry idea for travel addicts

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