Two years after the standoff at the Malheur Refuge, many people in the region remain convinced that their way of life is being trampled.
"I Have No Choice But to Keep Looking"
Five years after the tsunami that killed tens of thousands in Japan, a husband still searches the sea for his wife, joined by a father hoping to find his daughter.
Winner of the National Magazine Award for Feature Writing
The New York Times Magazine, Road Warriors: Meet the Vigilantes Fighting ISIS, October 2015
Meet the American Vigilantes
Who Are Fighting ISIS
A ragtag group of fighters from America and Europe have
joined the fight against extremists in Syria. But with little training
and no clear leadership, do they know what they’re doing?
Finalist for the Livingston Award for for Writers under 35
The New Republic, Waiting For ISIS, cover story, August 2015
The New Republic, My Terrifying Night With Commander Pigeon, October 2015
Esquire, Judy Clarke Has Saved Every American Villain. Until Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, May 2015
"Along with the Boston Bomber, she has defended Ted Kaczynski, Zacarias Moussaoui, Eric Rudolph, and Susan Smith in court. By saving the worst among us, Clarke believes she's saving all of us. Whether we like it or not."
Harper's, Folio, Love Crimes: What Liberation Looks lIke for Afghan Women, January 2015
"In this month’s Folio, Jen Percy, travels to Afghanistan and discovers that conditions for women have hardly improved since the U.S. invasion in 2001—which politicians had sometimes used women’s rights to justify. Women marry their rapists in order to avoid jail time for committing a “moral crime,” domestic-violence shelters are overcrowded, and even the female employees of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs are covered in bruises inflicted by abusive husbands. “Violence against women is now a matter of revenge against the foreigners,” a member of Afghanistan’s parliament tells Percy, “because women’s rights are one of the achievements of the international community. It’s a structured violence against women.” -- Ellen Rosenbush
Harper's Demon Camp, November 2013