I was wondering where I could find editors for atheist essays. I want to see how they write in this field, and what sort of articles tend to be accepted.
It would be very useful!
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If this is a duplicate, the only one supplied did not answer my question. My question is referring to editors of newspapers and magazines. Basically, editors who might be working at the Atlanctic, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Slate, etc., who are writing and accepting atheist articles. If there is a duplicated question that would give me this answer, please refer me to it and I will close this question.
Edit to avoid oddly crude people on this website: I am not looking for their email or contact information. Here are some examples by what I mean: Jim Dao is an editor who has written about theological things, and assists in running a blog for the New York Times that is dedicated to this sort of thing. So, one could respond to this question by saying "Jim Dao writes some interesting work at the New York Times, and you might be able to enjoy some of his articles; and he also accepts articles, so you might be able to see what that standard is at the Times." Or "Jane Doe is a culture editor over at Slate and she has written many atheist articles. She runs the culture section and hires atheist writers like Christopher Hitchens and Sam Harris, so you may be able to see what sort of articles they write."
Again, I'm not looking for contact information, I'm looking for ideas to write for my own paper at my college. I'm not sure how these editors would hide their massive amounts of work on the internet, and I'm not sure why they'd even try; nor would I understand how they'd hide what articles they accept, and why they'd try.