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Born in Buffalo, New York. Graduated from the University of Buffalo in 1963 and did graduate work in English at Columbia University. Went to Africa to participate in an American Friends Service Committee student project. Began journalism career at Village Voice in 1963. Worked as a reporter for Newark News until the mid-1970s while continuing to write for Voice. Spent 1968 and 1969 in Latin America as reporter for Voice and Ramparts; was Senior Research Fellow for Council on Hemispheric Affairs. Since the 1980s has reported from Asia and Eastern Europe, publishing articles in New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, and elsewhere; interviewed Vaclav Havel, Margaret Atwood, and others. Serves as associate of East and Central Europe Program at New School for Social Research. Lives in New York City.