Kathryn Joyce

Kathryn Joyce

Kathryn Joyce is author of The Child Catchers and Quiverfull. A 2016 ASME-public interest finalist, she is also a contributing editor at the New Republic. Her work has appeared in Highline, Pacific Standard, Mother Jones, The Nation, The New York Times and many others. She has worked with [[or whatever phrasing is better here?]] the I-Fund since 2007. Last updated May 2017


Hana’s Story

Hana Williams left her Ethiopian orphanage for a new life in the United States. But after three years of abuse and neglect by her adoptive parents, she was dead.

Shotgun Adoption

The spread of highly questionable practices — including coercion of destitute pregnant women — in the anti-abortion movement’s “crisis counseling” centers.

“Arrows for the War”

Christian mothers who believe in the “Quiverfull” movement — domestic warriors against 40 years of women’s liberation — aim to have more than six children, arrows in the quiver of God’s army.