JANUARY Congratulations, Donald Trump, You Just Reignited the DAPL Resistance (Vogue)
Sadie Barnette Turned Her Black Panther Father’s FBI File Into Art (Vogue)
The No Ban, No Wall Protests at Battery Park (Vogue)
FEBRUARY An Afternoon with William Eggleston, Who Changed the Way
We See the World
(Vogue)
All Eyes on Standing Rock: The World Is Watching (Vogue)
MARCH American Women: The Water Protectors (photographed by Alessandra Sanguinetti) (Vogue) 
Beautiful Country, Burn Again: Joan Didion's New Book (Vogue)
APRIL Chauncey Hare's Protest (Aperture "American Destiny" issue)
MAY Jlin: Woman of Steel (profile of the artist in Gary, Indiana, published by Pitchfork)
JUNE The Tears of Denis Johnson (Longreads)
Lynn Castle (Pitchfork)
Country Women
(Vogue) and Taking the Waters (Vogue)
JULY To Burn Again (on the narrative of fire, and Brandi Twilley's paintings, Affidavit)
AUGUST Repo Man: Glen Campbell in Charles Portis's Norwood (Paris Review)
"Let's Stand for the Mountains!": Native North America Gathering of Musicians in Toronto (The Guardian) SEPTEMBER  The Cult Classic Artistry of The Lonely Doll (The New Yorker)
Buck Ellison (Aperture "Elements of Style" issue)
OCTOBER A Young Japanese Photographer in Harlem in the Nineties (The New Yorker/Photo Booth) 
Alec Soth's Mississippi Dreamers in a Nightmare America (Paris Review)
Jackie Shane: Any Other Way (Pitchfork)
Women of the Wool: Stories and Photographs of Sheep Shearers (Vogue)
Karlheinz Weinberger's Swiss Rebels (Vogue)
NOVEMBER Willie Nelson: Red Headed Stranger, Sunday Review (Pitchfork)
Angel Olsen: Phases (Pitchfork)
Natalie Krick's Natural Deceptions (Aperture "Future Gender" issue)
Venus X, a profile (November 2017 issue of W magazine)
DECEMBER Reimagining Female Identity in a Ukrainian Orphanage (Paris Review)
On Sam Shepard's Final Book, and Patti Smith's Tribute to Her Longtime Friend (Vogue)
The Fire This Time: California (with photographs by Nich Hance McElroy) (Vogue)

 

 

 

 

WHAT A DAMN
STRANGE TRIP IT'S BEEN
(A FEW FAVORITE STORIES I PUBLISHED IN 2017)

 

 

 
 Cierra, a water protector from the Comanche Nation in Oklahoma, photographed by Alessandra Sanguinetti at Oceti Sakowin camp, North Dakota, for our story "American Women: The Water Protectors," published March 2017.

Cierra, a water protector from the Comanche Nation in Oklahoma, photographed by Alessandra Sanguinetti at Oceti Sakowin camp, North Dakota, for our story
"American Women: The Water Protectors," published March 2017.