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​The September Issue of VICE Magazine Is Now Online

This month you'll find stories about a group of reporters being murdered for covering the destruction of Cambodia's forests; a profile of Phoebe Robinson from of '2 Dope Queens'; and an interview with NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake.

by Ellis Jones
06 September 2016, 4:00am

Cover image by Stefanie Moshammer

Inside the September issue of VICE Magazine, you'll find stories about a ragtag group of reporters documenting the destruction of Cambodia's forests and being murdered for their efforts; a profile of Phoebe Robinson from 2 Dope Queens ; and a Q&A with Thomas Drake, an NSA whistleblower. We also have some fiction by Paul Maliszewski and the first story printed by JT Leroy—the author who scandalized the literary world. They're alongside Bruce Gilden's portraits from the Republican National Convention, Stefanie Moshammer's beautifully bright photos from Rio de Janeiro (she also shot our cover photo), and Michael Lundgren's portfolio of dark, supernatural landscapes from across the Midwest.

Meanwhile, Erika Eichelberger profiles Nicholas Heyward Sr., a man who became a mentor to the Black Lives Matter movement after a cop killed his 13-year-old son while he was playing cops and robbers in a public housing project in Gowanus, Brooklyn.

We report, too, on the effort to clear millions of Vietnam-era cluster bombs from the jungles the jungles of Laos, spend time in Nepal hunting for hallucinogenic honey, and break down alternative energy by the numbers.

There's much more... And don't forget: You can get the magazine (100-plus glossy pages) delivered to your doorstep each month by subscribing.

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