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Mojie Crigler is a writer and editor.

She is the co-author of Under the Big Tree: Extraordinary Stories from the Movement to End Neglected Tropical Diseases (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019), by Ellen Agler with a foreword by Bill Gates.

Mojie's memoir, Get Me Through Tomorrow (University of Nebraska Press, 2015), recounts her brother Jason's recovery from a devastating brain hemorrhage. Watch their TEDx talk here.

Mojie's short fiction and nonfiction works have appeared in Glimmer Train, Los Angeles Review, Drunken Boat, Hunger Mountain, The Rumpus, The Believer, and elsewhere. She has received the Howard Frank Mosher Prize for Short Fiction, two commissions from Ensemble Studio Theatre / Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and a grant from the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Care, as well as honorable mentions and a Pushcart Prize nomination.

As a developmental editor, Mojie helps authors structure and shape their books. Recent credits include Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel's Autism by Peter Hotez, MD, PhD. "Peter Hotez deftly intertwines his dual perspectives as a father and a researcher to focus on vaccinations and autism." —Fred R. Volkmar, MD, Yale University School of Medicine

Currently Mojie is the writer-in-residence at the END Fund, a private philanthropic initiative dedicated to ending the five most prevalent neglected tropical diseases.

"Mojie" is a nickname, short for Marjorie.