Will Storr is a longform journalist and novelist. His features have appeared in various publications, including Guardian Weekend, The Times Magazine, Observer Magazine, GQ, Marie Claire and the Sydney Morning Herald. He is a contributing editor at Esquire magazine. He has been named New Journalist of the Year and Feature Writer of the Year, and has won a National Press Club award for excellence. In 2010, his investigation into the kangaroo meat industry won the Australian Food Media award for Best Investigative Journalism and in 2012, he was presented with the One World Press award and the Amnesty International award for his work on sexual violence against men.
Will Storr introduces his new book, Selfie: How We Became So Self-Obsessed and What It's Doing to Us.
Ever wanted to know how you can really hook your readers into a story?
When you hear the word 'heretic', you think of those who hold unorthodox beliefs. But how do they arrive at those beliefs?
‘Is anyone dead yet?’ What happens when you overdose on homoepathic medication?
In The Heretics, Storr goes on a tour of Holocaust sites with David Irving and meets a group of staunch Creationists. Here, he describes being hypnotised by a past-life regression therapist.