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Award-winning
freelance magazine journalist

Sabrina Rubin Erdely is an award-winning feature writer and investigative journalist, and a Contributing Editor at Rolling Stone. Her work has also appeared in SELF, GQ, Philadelphia, The New Yorker, Mother Jones, Glamour and Men’s Health, among other national magazines. Her articles have been anthologized in Best American Magazine Writing and have received a number of awards, including two National Magazine Award nominations.

Erdely specializes in long-form narrative writing, especially about crime, health and social issues. She has written about con artists, murder investigations, vicious divorces, power brokers, lovable eccentrics, bioweapons, cults, sexual violence, medical ethics, hackers, LGBT issues, and teachers who have affairs with students—among other subjects.




'The Creep with the Golden Tongue,' GQ, August 2003. 'Hackers Gone Wild,' Rolling Stone - June 10, 2010. 'The Crime Against Women That No One Understands,' SELF, November 2008. 'The Fabulous Fraudulent Life of Jocelyn and Ed,' Rolling Stone, Issue 1048 - March 20, 2008. Reprinted in Best American Crime Reporting 2009. 'Is Your Doctor Playing Judge?' SELF, June 2007. 'Get Your Gas Masks Here,' The New Yorker - Talk of the Town, Dept. of Preparation, Issue of 2001-10-15. 'Who is the Boy in the Box?' Philadelphia Magazine, November 2003. Reprinted in Best American Crime Reporting 2004. 'School of Hate
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