The Revealer publishes writing that reflects upon religion as a key point of intersection between beliefs, practices, politics, representation, economics, and identity, where the important forces that shape individuals, societies, and their relationship to each other, play out. This can mean pointing a wider lens at the way others in the media cover an issue, or reviewing a book, or doing on-the-ground reporting on a situation. We publish work in many forms, including blog posts, long form reporting, arts and culture reviews, first person narratives, and photography.
The magazine is edited by Kali Handelman, who can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Revealer is published by the Center for Religion and Media at New York University.
Information about our staff is available here.