Patricia Miller is a journalist and an editor who has written extensively about the intersection of politics, sex, and morality. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Salon, The Nation, The Huffington Post, ReWire, and Ms. magazine. She was a senior correspondent for Religion Dispatches, where she wrote about the politics of sexuality and the Catholic Church. She was formerly the editor of Conscience magazine and the editor in chief of National Journal’s daily health-care briefings, including the Kaiser Daily Reproductive Health Report and American Healthline. She has a master’s in journalism from New York University and is based in Washington, D.C. Patricia is the author of Good Catholics: The Battle Over Abortion in the Catholic Church and Bringing Down the Colonel: A Sex Scandal of the Gilded Age, and the “Powerless” Woman Who Took On Washington.