Location:Johannesburg, South Africa and Bend, Oregon
Favorite Font:Times New Roman, since it's the standard.
Favorite Place to Write:
Our guest room over the garage. No distractions other than nice view of the trees.
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Andrew Selsky, a veteran journalist of The Associated Press, is the news agency's Africa Editor, overseeing coverage of sub-Saharan Africa. He recently completed his first novel, "Redemption: The Plot to Bring Down Facebook." He previously was chief of Caribbean news from 2005-2009, with his assignment including the U.S. military detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. His Guantanamo coverage was nominated by AP for a Pulitzer Prize and was a finalist for both the Investigative Reporters and Editors award in 2007 and the Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting in 2008. Selsky joined the AP in 1984 in Cheyenne, Wyo., and worked in Los Angeles before moving to Central America, where he covered the war in Nicaragua as a reporter and photographer for the AP. Selsky served as bureau chief for Colombia and Spain-Portugal, and covered southern Africa from 1997-2000. His assignments have taken him from more than two dozen countries, ranging from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. A native of Washington, Selsky holds a degree in communication with a minor in international relations from Virginia Tech.
Andrew Selsky's Manuscripts
Andrew Selsky's Last Word
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|COHORT Pulling the Trigger||Manuscript||3||30 weeks 2 days ago|
|COHORT Pulling the Trigger - 001||Chapter||2||31 weeks 1 day ago|