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Douglas Unger is the author of four novels, including Leaving the Land, a finalist for the Pulitzer, and Voices from Silence, about repression and terror in Argentina, as well as Looking for War and Other Stories. New stories and essays have appeared in Narrative, Boulevard, the Writer’s Chronicle, Witness, the Brooklyn Rail, the International Educator, and elsewhere. He is co-founder and director of the Creative Writing International program at UNLV. In addition to serving on the WWB Board, Doug is the education chair of the public access education site Words Without Borders Campus, bringing literature in translation into classrooms around the world.