Quillette is an online magazine founded by Australian writer Claire Lehmann. The publication has a primary focus on science, technology, news, culture, and politics.
My Misspent Years of Conspiracism by Jamie Palmer
Greg Ellis reads My Misspent Years of Conspiracism, Jamie Palmer's essay about his obsession with the JFK assassination.
Video Games and the (Male) Meaning of Life by Andrew Yang
Greg Ellis reads Video Games and the (Male) Meaning of Life, Presidential candidate Andrew Yang's essay on why so many men prefer gaming to real life.
Feast and Drink For Our Community’s Health by Claire Lehmann
Greg Ellis reads Feast and Drink For Our Community's Health, Claire Lehmann's essay about the meaning of Christmas. It was published in Quillette on 25th December 2018.
The Defenestration of Domingo by Heather Mac Donald
Greg Ellis reads The Defenestration of Domingo, Heather Mac Donald's essay about how the famous opera singer fell victim to the #MeToo movement. It was published in Quillette on 18th October 2019.
Are Canadians Becoming More Racist? by Jonathan Kay
Greg Ellis reads Are Canadians Becoming More Racist? This Week's Election Proved the Opposite, Jonathan Kay's essay about the recent election in Canada.
How David Graeber Cancelled a Colleague
Greg Ellis reads How David Graeber Cancelled a Colleague, Claire Lehmann's article on how a prominent anthropologist and self-styled anarchist tried to ruin the reputation of a former collaborator. It was published in Quillette on 9th September 2019.