Laura Bramon Good

Laura Bramon Good lives in Washington, DC, where she works on human trafficking issues for international relief and development agencies. She received an MA from the Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars and served as the 2005 Milton Center Fellow at Image. Her fiction and nonfiction has appeared in The Best Creative Non-Fiction, Vol. 3 (W.W. Norton), Image, Books & Culture, Featherproof Press, and the Image Good Letters blog.

How to Combat the Crime Du Jour

New abolitionists always tell me they want to do something real. They want to get their hands dirty—but, I often find, not too dirty.


More From This Contributor