I’m Grace Dobush, a freelance journalist based in Germany and operating worldwide. I’m a polymath with a wide range of interests, and my editorial experience includes everything from politics and history to graphic design and craft business. I love working on stories that give historical context to modern events, and I love parsing data to create engaging infographics. I’ve written for publications including Wired, Quartz, The Economist, the Washington Post, Handelsblatt Global, Roll Call and Writer’s Digest, and I’ve worked on the editorial staffs of HOW, Print, Family Tree Magazine, The Artist’s Magazine and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. I also do content strategy, editing and writing for companies and agencies including Mozilla, Autodesk, the Urban Land Institute, the Consumer Tech Association and Robert Half International.
From Handelsblatt Global: Why Germany Has 34 Political Parties. The kaleidoscope of Germany’s political scene – with dozens of factions in the running alongside the major parties – is democracy in action, even when it’s kooky.