Sonia Shah

Sonia Shah
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Sonia Shah is an independent journalist whose writing has appeared in, The Nation, The Progressive, Knight-Ridder, and elsewhere. She is the editor of both the critically acclaimed Dragon Ladies: Asian American Feminists Breathe Fire (South End Press, 1997) and Between Fear and Hope: A Decade of Peace Activism (Fortkamp, 1992). A former editor at South End Press and Nuclear Times magazine, her work has been widely anthologized.

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“Shah has written a brilliant book…This is not a Michael Moore-style anti-corporate rant—Shah writes beautifully, with dispassionate, elegant clarity—and it is all the more powerful for it.” –The Guardian ( Full review)

The Tiniest Trash Bin (Orion, November/December 2004)

Australian edition of Crude.

MediaEnd of the Oil Age debate on BBC2's Newsnight
Sonia Shah speaks with Asia Pacific Forum
Review of Crude: The Story of Oil
Sonia Shah speaks about Crude: The Story of Oil