The Guardian

Beatings, abuse and blame: being transgender in Egypt

The New York Review of Books

Rebuilding Mosul, Book by Book 

The Intercept

DESTROYED AND SAVED: To Defeat ISIS, the U.S. Helped Turn Old Mosul Into Rubble — but Won’t Help Rebuild It

Slate

Meet Turkey’s First—and Only—Queer Choir (co-published on Roads and Kingdoms)

PRI

‘We’re not scared’: Thousands of women march despite crackdown on protests in Turkey

Yahoo News

Amid the devastation left by ISIS, Iraqis vote, hoping for a better future

Al-Monitor

IRIN

Mosul: Overcoming the trauma of IS rule, one haircut at a time

Fusion

Graphic Essay: An LGBTQ Activist Faces the Violent Global ‘Traditionalist’ Movement

Quartz

In Turkey’s cutthroat hair-transplant tourism industry, the biggest losers are the patients and Syrian refugees

Roads and Kingdoms

Meet Turkey’s First—and Only—Queer Choir (co-published on Slate)

Atlas Obscura

The Submerged History Surrounding Turkey’s Black Rose
The Changing Nature of Lubunca, Turkey’s LGBTQ Slang
Why the World’s Greatest Toasts Happen in Georgia

Huck Magazine

When just asking questions can get you arrested

INTO Magazine

Kissing On The Dancefloor of Horoom
Drag Is Thriving During a Dark Time for Turkey’s LGBTQ Community

Mada Masr

Report from Rashid: Where was the state when hundreds drowned?
The Syrian Kitchen: A refugee food business based on quality not empathy
The desperation of Oromo refugees in Cairo
Breaking down the death penalty
Scaring them straight in the name of morality