Melanie Finn was born in Kenya in 1964 and spent her childhood roaming suburban Nairobi’s remnant woodlands and back roads. In 1976, she moved to Connecticut and later I attended New York University, graduating with a BA in journalism.
For a decade, she worked as a freelance journalist in Asia, Australia, the US and Africa, writing about a wide variety of subjects including the Grateful Dead, child soldiers and scuba diving.
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