An American journalist, Althoff reflects on the process.
“[Writing for Orato] was an especially invigorating experience. I worked harder on that story than on nearly any piece of journalism yet to spring from my pen.”
Athoff spent the better part of a year shopping the story around before Orato said yes.
“Dark Sevier’s amazing story was too unique and too singular not to be shared. I couldn’t be prouder of the result. I thank the editors for taking a chance on me and Dark.”
David Bett is a multitalented investigative journalist based in Kenya. He has captured numerous first-person eyewitness news stories from Africa. Bett covers controversial topics like medicine shortages, illegal logging, and worker exploitation.
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David Bett is a multitalented investigative journalist based in Kenya. He has amassed experience in reporting on crime and unearthing untold stories, penning down jaw-dropping human interest stories and security issues in the horn of Africa.
Eric Althoff is a freelance writer and editor who lives in Virginia with his wife Victoria. His work has been published in the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Napa Valley Register, Screen Comment, Hustler, and elsewhere. He also co-produced the Emmy-winning short documentary, The Town That Disappeared Overnight.