Alex Cocotas is a writer from C a l i f o r n i a.
He (a) has written for The Guardian, Tablet Magazine, The Paris Review, Jacobin, and elsewhere; (b) has lived in four countries; (c) is a Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting grantee; (d) is a graduate of the University of C a l i f o r n i a, Berkeley; and (e) speaks a few languages.
We speak them in the first person plural.
They will happily respond to emails, inquiries, and email-inquires.
I live in Berlin.
+ THE GUARDIAN
+ THE BAFFLER
+ THE FORWARD
+ THE PARIS REVIEW
+ THE AWL
“The Eritrean Exodus: The EU wants to pay off a brutal dictatorship to help solve its African refugee problem”
“Gates of Heaven: Insecurity Architecture in Europe” (print only, download pdf)
+ TABLET MAGAZINE
“Manifesto for that Unfortunate Stain on my Pants” (print only, download pdf)
+ THE NEWER YORK (DEFUNCT)