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March 12, 2017: The New Underground Railroad (The New Yorker): At a safe house in Buffalo, asylum seekers from around the world prepare to flee the U.S. for Canada.  (Click here to read.)  There is also a radio version of this story, which aired on "The New Yorker Radio Hour" on NPR.  It has different characters and narratives.  It's a totally separate story.  (Click here to listen.)

March 5, 2017: Welcome to the New World (The New York Times)Check out my latest project -- a true graphic novel -- about a Syrian family in the U.S. You can view all episodes of the comic via this link.  (Click here to see all the comics.

February, 2017: Switched at Birth (This American Life): TAL just re-aired my story, "Switched at Birth."  It's one of the program's top episodes of all time.  (Click here to listen.)

January, 2017: Mirrors (Snap Judgment): My new NPR story on a mom who made her own Ebola suit -- MacGyver style -- and saved her son's life.  (Click here to listen.)

November, 2016 Sneak Peak at My New Novel (Entertainment Weekly):  My new novel, Edgeland, will be out in May.  Entertainment Weekly just ran a teaser on it.  (Click here to see.

They came from Syria and arrived on Election Day...
Follow my graphic narrative in the New York Times...