Recording memories of the news



Ludovic Balland, Founder of Day After Reading
Ludovic Balland was born in Switzerland in 1973 and studied graphic design at the Basel School of Design. In 2006, he founded his own office in Basel, and is internationally recognized as one of the leading figures in his field. Over the last ten years his work has won numerous international awards for book and graphic design. Ludovic taught editorial design for more than ten years at the ECAL, in Lausanne, has given several workshops and lectures throughout Europe and the U.S., and is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI). He believes the newspaper is the most prestigious format for presenting information and telling stories.


Anna Levy, Journalist

Anna Levy is an independent researcher, policy analyst, and oral historian with interests in critical political economy, historical memory, histories and philosophies of normalization, accountability politics, science and technology, and structural inequality. Anna is a host at New Books in World Affairs and holds a Master's degree in political transitions from Columbia University, where she also specialized in Middle Eastern Studies and Oral History. Anna is based in Brooklyn, NY and Amman, Jordan.


Dasha Lisitsina, Journalist
Dasha Lisitsina is a journalist and radio producer. Originally from London, she has been cutting teeth in New York for the past two years—first at the Columbia Journalism School, then at On the Media, WNYC. Before that she studied literature and film at the University of Cambridge and traveled the Trans-Siberian express.