Judith Hertog is an essayist, journalist, teacher, and occasional photographer whose work has been published in The Sun, Tablet Magazine, Indiana Review, and other publications. Originally from Amsterdam, she ended up in Vermont after detours via Israel and Asia. Her essay about her time spent in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, appears in this issue alongside her photographs (p. 74).



The work of NYC-based photographer Kristiina Wilson has appeared in GQ, Esquire, Vogue, New York Magazine, and other publications. She photographed an original series of religious icons for our “spiritual but not religious” special section (p. 46).



Lisa Webster is coeditor of Religion Dispatches, a daily web magazine at the intersections of religion, politics, and culture. Guest editor of our “spiritual but not religious” special section (p. 46), she holds a Ph.D. in religion from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley.

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