Dreux Macklin Richard
Dreux Richard is a nonfiction writer from Washington, DC. For six years, he covered Japan’s African communities for The Japan Times, where he also led a major investigation of the “world’s safest” nuclear plant, published as one of the longest print articles in the newspaper’s 125-year history. His work has appeared in CounterPunch, on Public Radio International’s 'The World,' and in The New York Times, among others. His doctoral research, funded by the University of Otago in New Zealand and hosted by the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, focused on smuggling and political patronage in the Niger Delta. A former editor of Kyoto Journal, he is currently working on the first English translation of Argentina’s leading public intellectual, Juan José Sebreli.