Hillary Brenhouse is an editor of books and magazines and a writer who specializes in women's health, religion, and broken capitalism. She is editor-at-large (and, before that, editor-in-chief) of Guernica, a magazine of global art and politics, and curates its special themed issues (like this one on The Boundaries of Gender, and this one on Deserts). She was previously the editorial director of Bold Type Books, a Hachette imprint that aims to challenge power through narrative. She also commissioned and edited The Guardian's year-long Antiracism and America series. You'll find her byline in The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, The Oxford American, TIME (where she used to work as a reporter), VICE, and elsewhere.