Janet Reitman Takes Listeners Inside Scientology America’s Most Secretive Religion

Janet Reitman, author of INSIDE SCIENTOLOGY

Janet Reitman is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone, and the author of Inside Scientology, which was based on her National Magazine Award-nominated story of the same name.

She is the first American journalist to publish a major book on Scientology, and the only writer to have charted its full history.

Janet also covered the war in Iraq for Rolling Stone and has reported on a wide range of other topics, including the failure of US and international recovery efforts in post-earthquake Haiti; the Duke lacrosse scandal; the death of American aid worker Marla Ruzicka in Baghdad; and the national childhood obesity crisis.

She has also reported extensively in Africa, profiling Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe, and covering conflicts in Sudan and Sierra Leone.

In addition to Rolling Stone, Janet’s work has appeared in GQ, Men’s Journal, the Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine, and Salon.

She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her French sheepdog, Bode.

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