In Teju Cole's book about his hometown of Lagos, Nigeria — "Every Day is for the Thief" — a culture of corruption creates a society of "barely containable hysteria" and a sort of constant post-traumatic stress.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Nigerian-American author Teju Cole, about a series of literary-inspired short stories about drones that Cole posted recently on Twitter aimed at bridging what Cole terms our empathy gap.
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