For forty-four years, Ron Singer (b.1941) was a teacher, beginning with the Peace Corps in Nigeria, and winding up at Friends Seminary, New York City. In 2008, he switched to full-time writing. His nonfiction has appeared in publications including Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Ducts, Evergreen Review, The Georgia Review, opendemocracy, Pambazuka News, Poets & Writers, and The Wall Street Journal. Singer’s eighth book, Uhuru Revisited (Africa World Press/Red Sea Press, Feb. 1, 2015), is available in about 100 libraries across the U.S., and beyond. Betty & Estelle/A Voice for MyGrandmother (Akorin Books, July 2016) is his ninth, and most recent, book.