Danielle Veith holds an MFA from the University of Maryland and a BA from Sarah Lawrence College. She has worked in communications and event planning for publishing, academic, non-profit and news organizations in New York and Washington. Currently, she lives in the DC suburbs with her husband and 2-year-old daughter.
Egalitarian damage, the reporter wrote, to homes of those of all religions, puts paid to the notion of a God who takes sides. But shrines in every town— Crucifix, Buddha, Shiva— spared. • You, and I, same God. All, same God, a Sri Lankan says to a reporter. • White flags everywhere: fluttering from phone […]