Hillary Brenhouse is a Montreal-based writer focused on women's health, religion, and broken capitalism. She's editor-at-large at 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 curated and edited The Guardian's Antiracism and American series and has also edited for Topic and The Nation, among others. You'll find her byline in The New Yorker online, The Oxford American, TIME, the New York Times, VICE, and elsewhere. She edits nonfiction manuscripts—a lot of memoirs!—on a freelance basis, too.