There are not many religious-themed pubs that appeal to readers of all beliefs, but Spirituality and Health prides itself on doing just that. And, with such a diverse audience, it is looking for unique perspectives from freelancers of any faith.
“Our readers are already well versed in contemporary spirituality and are looking for something inspiring and fresh, not the same thing they’ve read before,” said editor-in-chief Karen Bouris. “In the same issue, we might have a progressive Catholic talking about women’s rights, a mindfulness practice from a Zen Buddhist practitioner, and a Wiccan talking about earth-based spirituality.”
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– Andrea Hackett
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