Mario Kaiser is a writer of narrative nonfiction. Taking on issues of social transformation and human rights, his stories are based on long-term immersion in environments that are difficult to access, illustrating how government policies and social change affect people’s lives. A former reporter and editor for Die Zeit and Der Spiegel, he is a co-author of The Beslan File, Tsunami: Story of a Global Quake, Ghost Towns of the American West, and Highwaymen: The Best Stories by Spiegel Reporters. His reporting has been awarded the Henri Nannen Prize, the Lorenzo Natali Prize, the German Reporter Prize, and the Kurt Schork Award in International Journalism. He lives in New York City.This entry was posted in Alumni. Bookmark the permalink.
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