Jeffrey E Stern is a writer, photographer, and development worker whose reporting from Afghanistan, Kashmir, West Africa and elsewhere has appeared in Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, The New Republic, Esquire, Time, The Daily Beast, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Duke Magazine and other publications.
June 2015 | Vanity Fair
When Baghdad bought tens of millions of dollars’ worth of British-made A.D.E. 651s, advertised as a foolproof bomb detector, the Iraqi government thought it would be saving countless lives.
June 2015 | The Atlantic
COVER STORY: The untold story of Oklahoma’s botched lethal injection—and America’s intensifying fight over the death penalty.