Lorna Tychostup began her writing career covering the NAFTA-inspired Zapatista Revolution in Mexico. She was a senior editor at Chronogram from 2000-12, and has worked for various USAID-funded development projects in the Middle East, Europe, and Central Asia, reporting on decentralization, agriculture, rural development, land markets, service delivery, finance, fiscal reform, law, health, and more. Grounded by COVID flight restrictions, she is working remotely while happily tending her home garden and awaiting the next foreign assignment.
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