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Kate Newman

Over the past six years, Kate’s work and studies have taken her through North and West Africa, Europe, South Asia, Australia, and Latin America. Along the way, she has surrendered her no-cavity record to inordinate amounts of Senegalese tea, and developed a dog-like nose for balconied apartments. She now works as a writer, editor, and Director of Translations at Suelta and Traviesa.

On translating place through literature

Quetzalcoatl and Jesus Christ: The rise of Mormons in Mexico City

They say the last glass is gentle as death

The slow demise of Mexico City’s organilleros

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