E.A. Crunden graduated from Smith College with a B.A. in Government & Anthropology and a focus on international relations, globalization, and transnationalism. Currently in the works: An M.A. at Johns Hopkins University in nonfiction writing with an emphasis on journalism. Origins and formation: Texas, Massachusetts, D.C.; stints in many parts of North America, Europe, Morocco, and Pakistan.
Job-wise: Reporter for ThinkProgress in Washington, D.C. + running this here newsletter.
Previously: Co-edited first the North Africa & Egypt page and then the Afghanistan & Pakistan and Eastern Europe & Central Asia pages for Muftah magazine.
TBTN newsletter started in its initial form in 2014, and has since grown into something much, much different. Like most newsletters it is subject to the editorial whims of its curator; this means it currently features a significant number of links (relating to news, to culture, to general global happenings), in addition to quotes, photography, recipes, and other things ranging in shape and style. Typically sent on a weekly basis, but please extend patience and leniency for the occasional shift in consistency.
A note on sources
It would take a very long time to list every source the newsletter utilizes. However, there are a few stand-outs, which include: Al Monitor, The Atlantic, BBC, Bitch, Dawn, The Establishment, Express Tribune, Foreign Policy, Fusion, The Guardian, LitHub, The New York Times, Quartz, Radio Free Asia, Radio Free Europe/Radio Free Liberty, Scroll.in, Slate, Tanqeed, Toronto Star, Vox, The Walrus, The Washington Post, The Wire
+ a slew of others.