Marco Vernaschi is an Italian photojournalist and writer whose reporting has taken him to Guinea-Bissau, Bolivia, Madagascar, Indonesia, India, Nepal, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and Belize. He is at work on his first book, West Africa’s New Achilles Heel, on the ties between drug trafficking and terrorism. He was awarded the FUJIFILM Prize for Photojournalism in 2006.
Published in VQR
- The Cocaine Coast, Winter 2010