“James Altucher is the Mozart of oversharing…” Robert Cottrell’s Spotlight Series visits Altucher Confidential, with a short detour via Medium.Read More
“Answers to all those questions you have always wanted to know about the inner workings of airlines, but no longer dare ask for fear of ending up on a no-fly list.”
Robert Cottrell’s Spotlight Site series continues with ‘Ask the Pilot’, a blog run by Patrick Smith.
“Being a woman, I think that feminism cannot be divorced from my art.”
John Robert Lee interviews Shallon Fadlien.
“He approaches the work of others with the expertise and shared delight of a practitioner. His post on ‘Beyoncé’ is surely one of the finest record reviews ever written.”
Robert Cottrell visits Nico Muhly’s blog.
“This is the opposite of dumbing-down. This is smarting-up…”
Robert Cottrell on Aeon and the proliferation of wonderful writing in the field of popular science.
“It’s important our works are read beyond the wreckages of where we come from…”
Nathalie Handal, The Missing Slate’s Poet of the Month, talks to Pratyusha Prakash.
“I get up every morning and write. After that I go for a long walk and come back and write until late afternoon. I like structure. It helps me with being creative.” DC Diamondopolous, our August Author of the Month, talks to Quinn Korreck.Read More
“Oscar Wilde said something to the effect that he never needed to go out in the evening when he could find such wit and wisdom in the books he had at home. I feel something similar when I read interviews on Edge.”
Robert Cottrell’s Spotlight Site series visits John Brockman’s Edge.
“Writing can be lonely business, but if you have friends who write too, well that changes the picture completely.” Awais Khan, our July Author of the Month, talks to Ebony E. Chinn.Read More
“The subject-matter often teeters at the very edge of what society will accept, and very occasionally jumps off into the abyss…”
Robert Cottrell on Practical Ethics, a blog connected to the Philosophy Faculty at Oxford.