Mya Guarnieri

Mya Guarnieri is a Jerusalem-based journalist and writer. A regular contributor to Al Jazeera English and the United Nations' news agency IRIN, her articles and commentary have also appeared in The Guardian, Foreign Policy, Le Monde Diplomatique and dozens of other international outlets including Outlook India (India's Newsweek subsidiary), Haaretz, The Jewish Daily Forward, Maan News Agency, Electronic Intifada, Common Ground News Service, Mondoweiss, Zeek, Daily News Egypt, and The Khaleej Times. Additionally, her short stories have appeared in Narrative Magazine and The Kenyon Review Online. She blogs at +972.


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