Eliza Griswold received a 2011 Anthony J. Lukas prize for her New York Times bestselling book "The Tenth Parallel," an examination of Christianity and Islam in Africa and Asia. She also received a 2010 Rome Prize from The American Academy in Rome for her poetry. She is currently a Guggenheim Fellow. A former Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, she reports on religion, conflict and human rights. Her first book of poems, "Wideawake Field," was published in 2007 by Farrar Straus Giroux. Her reportage and poetry has appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The New York Times Magazine, Harpers, The New Republic and many other publications.