associate professor of literary journalism at Dartmouth College, contributing editor for
and Harper's , published by Free Press/Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins, Little, Brown, and W.W. Norton Rolling Stone
books, magazine articles
Jeff Sharlet (born 1972) is an American journalist and author. He is a contributing editor for , Harper's , and Virginia Quarterly Review . His work has also appeared in Rolling Stone , The New York Times Magazine , GQ , Esquire , Lapham's Quarterly , Oxford American , Bookforum , The Washington Post , Mother Jones , New York , Advocate Guernica , The Chronicle of Higher Education , Columbia Journalism Review , New Statesman , The Nation , The New Republic , Forward , and Nerve . He has taught at The Baffler New York University and is Associate Professor of English at Dartmouth College. He is the recipient of the National Magazine Award for Reporting, the MOLLY National Journalism Prize, the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission's Outspoken Award, and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation's Thomas Jefferson Award.
Sharlet is the co-creator of two online journals,
Killing the Buddha, a literary magazine about religion, and The Revealer, a review of religion and media published by the New York University Center for Religion and Media, and the former editor-in-chief of Pakn Treger, a journal published by the National Yiddish Book Center.
Published books [ edit ]
Yale University Press published Radiant Truths: Essential Dispatches, Reports, Confessions, and Other Essays on American Belief, edited by Jeff Sharlet. ISBN 0-3001-6921-3 In 2011
W.W. Norton published Sweet Heaven When I Die: Faith, Faithlessness, and the Country In Between. The book investigates the margins of personal belief in America. ISBN 0-393-07963-5 In 2010,
Little Brown published C Street: The Fundamentalist Threat to American Democracy. ISBN 978-0-316-09107-7 In 2008
HarperCollins published The book investigates the political power of The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power. The Family, a secretive association of Christian evangelicals. ISBN 0060559799--> In 2009
Beacon Press published Believer, Beware: First-Person Dispatches from the Margins of Faith, co-edited by Sharlet and Peter Manseau. ISBN 0-8070-7739-9 In 2004
Free Press published Killing the Buddha: A Heretic's Bible, coauthored by Sharlet and Peter Manseau. ISBN 0-7432-3276-3
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