Jeffrey Tayler is a U.S.-born author and journalist. He is the Russia correspondent for the Atlantic Monthly and a contributor to several other magazines as well as to NPR's All Things Considered. He has written several non-fiction books about different regions of the world which include Facing the Congo, Siberian Dawn, Glory in a Camel's Eye, and Angry Wind, the latter being a portrait of a journey through the Muslim portion of black Africa. River of no Reprieve is about a challenging raft trip down Russia's Lena River. He has been a contributor to Quillette since 2017.
- Siberian Dawn: A Journey Across the New Russia (2000)
- Facing the Congo: A Modern-Day Journey into the Heart of Darkness (2000)
- Valley of the Casbahs: A Journey Across the Moroccan Sahara (2003)
- Glory in a Camel's Eye: A Perilous Trek Through the Greatest African Desert (2003)
- Angry Wind: Through Muslim Black Africa by Truck, Bus, Boat, and Camel (2005) (also published as The Lost Kingdoms of Africa)
- River of White Nights: A Siberian Odyssey (2006)
- River of No Reprieve: Descending Siberia's Waterway of Exile, Death, and Destiny (2006)
- Murderers in Mausoleums: Riding the Back Roads of Empire Between Moscow and Beijing (2009) (also published as In The Bloody Footsteps Of Ghengis Khan: An Epic Journey Across the Steppes, Mountains and Deserts from Red Square to Tiananmen Square)
- Topless Jihadis: Inside Femen, the World’s Most Provocative Activist Group (2013)
- In Putin's Footsteps: Searching for the Soul of an Empire Across Russia's Eleven Time Zones (2019), with Nina Khrushcheva
- Tayler, Jeffrey. "Jeffrey Tayler". The Atlantic. Retrieved 2018-10-01.
- "Who We Are". Quillette. June 27, 2018. Retrieved September 30, 2018.
- "Jeffrey Tayler, Author at Quillette". Quillette. Retrieved September 30, 2018.
- Houghton Mifflin author bio: Jeffrey Tayler
- Rolf Potts' vagabonding update: Jeffrey Tayler
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