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A Paradise Built in Hell
Alexia Underwood is a writer and award-winning journalist based in Washington, D.C. Her reporting and essays have appeared in Guernica, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Vice, Vox (where she previously worked as an editor) and other publications. She currently works as an editor with Al Jazeera.
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