Jackson Landers is an author, science writer, and adventurer based out of Charlottesville, Virginia, specializing in wildlife out of place. His work has appeared in "The New York Times," "The Washington Post," Slate, and he is a frequent contributor to "Smithsonian Magazine." His most recent book, "Eating Aliens," chronicles a year and a half spent hunting and fishing for invasive species.
Articles by Jackson
Danger Dogs: The Secret History of LA's Favorite Street Food
It can be a challenge to figure out where your favorite food comes from -- which is why we had researcher Jackson Landers, who’s deep-dived for The Smithsonian and The New York Times -- to get to the heart of one of LA’s most storied culinary traditions.
By Jackson Landers