Nov. 8, 2019

Best of: Will Storr: Why We’ve Become So Self-Obsessed and What It’s Doing to Us

Best of: Will Storr: Why We’ve Become So Self-Obsessed and What It’s Doing to Us

Will Storr, an award-winning journalist and novelist, joins us for this episode of The Unmistakable Creative. In this discussion, Will takes us on an enlightening journey through the history of self. He paints an intriguing...


Will Storr, an award-winning journalist and novelist, joins us for this episode of The Unmistakable Creative. In this discussion, Will takes us on an enlightening journey through the history of self. He paints an intriguing picture of how early human societies and the modern-day western world are hugely connected. Why have we become so self-obsessed and what is it doing to us? The irony is that we’d love to know and Will has an answer that will blow your mind.

 

If you’d like to find out more about Will Storr, follow him on twitter @wstorr or visit his website at www.WillStorr.com

 

If you liked this episode, you’ll love Will Storr’s latest book: Selfie: How We Became So Self-Obsessed and What It’s Doing to Us

 

 

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Will Storr

Will Storr is an award-winning writer. He’s the author of five critically acclaimed books, including the novel The Hunger and The Howling of Killian Lone. His journalism has appeared in titles such as The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The New Yorker and The New York Times. His prizes include a National Press Club award for excellence and the AFM award for Best Investigative Journalism. His work on sexual violence against men earned the Amnesty International Award and a One World Press Award. He’s also been presented with the AIB Award for Best Investigative Documentary for his BBC radio series.