Tickets for the inaugural Well Told conference are now on sale – it’s going to be a fascinating event that anyone who’s interested in the development of longform or narrative journalism won’t want to miss. Earlybird tickets are now on sale for a limited time – the price will be increasing in March, so get the Earlybird pricing while you can.
“Robot Hearts, Medicine’s New Frontier” Thomas Morris, @gdnlongread #longread https://t.co/RRPmVkYj0h
“What Makes A Parent?” Great new @NewYorker story from Ian Parker https://t.co/5opwdBkSFM
Looking forward to getting our #longform chat on at @welltold this weekend.
From @guardian, an in-depth look at the political events that foreshadowed the Hillsborough disaster https://t.co/mh6mTsCQmR
Osip Mandelstam tried to fight Stalin with poetry – risking his life. A great read from author Eimear McBride. https://t.co/tQMZKNRgab
The strangeness of life playing in One Direction’s backing band is explored in this piece by @EsquireUK https://t.co/bZZEJqzRzo #longreads
“If We’re Living In A Simulation, This Startup Probably Built It” @olifranklin/@WIREDUK #longreads https://t.co/hbUHeF2rgs
This election’s marked by the rise of alt-left news, a phenomenon @jimwaterson‘s charted for @BuzzFeedNews
This week marked the start of @EsquireUK running web #longreads. Their first, by Olivia Ovenden, is on sex (obv) https://t.co/AdbmjGDAkG