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Erika Hayasaki has written for The New York Times Magazine, Wired, and The Atlantic. Her new book is Somewhere Sisters: A Story of Adoption, Identity, and the Meaning of Family.
“I don’t subscribe to the belief that it’s our story because we’re the journalist that wrote it — especially when people are sharing these really intimate, deep, painful moments. That is not my story. That’s their story that they've collaborated in a way with me to share through these interviews.”
- Hayasaki on Longform
- Hayasaki’s Atlantic archive
- 04:00 "Hiroshima" (John Hersey • New Yorker • Aug. 1946)
- 12:00 "A deadly hush in Room 211 — then the killer returned" (Los Angeles Times • April 2007)
- 16:00 "A Criminal Mind" (California Sunday Magazine • Oct. 2015)
- 17:00 "In a Perpetual Present" (Wired • April 2016)
- 18:00 Somewhere Sisters (Algonquin Books • 2022)
- 19:00 "Identical Twins Hint at How Environments Change Gene Expression" (The Atlantic • May 2018)
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