Delphine Schrank

Delphine Schrank is an award-winning narrative and enterprise journalist and the author of The Rebel of Rangoon, A Tale of Defiance and Deliverance in Burma, a Kirkus 2015 Best Book of the Year, for which she spent several years in Myanmar reporting on the democracy movement at a time when foreign journalists were banned. The former Myanmar correspondent for theWashington Post, where she was an editor and staff writer, Delphine is a contributing editor to the Virginia Quarterly Review and a co-founder of Deca Stories, a writers’ cooperative for long-form global journalism. Reporting from four continents, her work has also appeared in, among other places, the New York Times, the Guardian, the Atlantic, Foreign Policy, the Christian Science Monitor, Time and the South China Morning Post. A Franco-American, she earned her undergraduate degree with double first class honours from Oxford University and holds a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

Delphine Schrank