Kathryn Joyce

Journalist (NATIONAL)

Links: @kathrynajoyce | Personal website | (Current as of: June 25, 2020)

Kathryn Joyce is an author and journalist based in New York City. She is author of  The Child Catchers: Rescue, Trafficking and the New Gospel of Adoption (PublicAffairs, 2013), a book on adoption ethics and religion and Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement (Beacon Press, 2009).

Her freelance writing has appeared in The New York TimesThe American Prospect, Slate, The Atlantic, Mother Jones, Pacific Standard, The Nation, Salon, Newsweek, Ms., Religion Dispatches, The Daily Beast, The Harvard Divinity Bulletin, The Massachusetts Review, Conscience and other publications.

A 2011 Knight-Luce Fellow in Global Religion Reporting, she has also been awarded residencies and fellowship support by the Nation Institute Investigative Fund, the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting, the MacDowell Colony, and the Bellagio Center. She is a 2013 finalist for the Livingston Award, and recipient of the 2013 “Wilbur Award” for best magazine writing about religion and a 2010 “Maggie Award” for reproductive rights reporting.


Long Form

No Money, No Lawyer, No Justice – The vast, hidden inequities of the civil legal system

Kathryn Joyce
New Republic
June 22, 2020

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