Alta Live: Stranger’s Guide’s Kira Brunner Don

Wednesday, December 8, at 12:30 p.m. Pacific time

alta live stranger’s guide’s kira brunner don
Stranger's Guide

Print, glorious print! Our friends at Stranger’s Guide master the medium so well—and they’re going to share the secrets of their success with Alta Live. Stranger’s Guide cofounder and editor in chief Kira Brunner Don joins Alta Live to take us through some of the publication’s very special issues (including Tehran, Ireland, and Lagos); explain how the editors and contributors curate the stories, events, and objects featured in each bespoke installment; and reveal how the quarterly’s California issue transforms the way we look at our home state. Join us.


About the guest:

Kira Brunner Don is the editor in chief and cofounder of Stranger’s Guide. She worked as a magazine editor in New York for 17 years and as a journalist in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. She studied philosophy at the New School and worked at a think tank at Columbia University before joining Lapham’s Quarterly, where she was the executive editor for eight years. She is a coeditor of the book The New Killing Fields: Massacre and the Politics of Intervention and the founding codirector of the Oakland Book Festival.•

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