Jessica Seigel is an award-winning magazine writer, radio commentator, and editor who has excavated ancient bones at the real Armageddon, generated electricity by bicycle, and run with wild horses—all to get the story.
Her features on culture, health/science, travel, and celebrity have run in The Atlantic, The New York Times, Smithsonian, Washington Post, The Independent, Knowable Magazine, Nautilus, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, National Public Radio, BBC, National Geographic Traveler, Los Angeles Magazine, Reader's Digest, Salon, and Village Voice. Critics at the Daily News, Chicago Tribune, and New York Post praise her work as "pointed," "especially enjoyable," and "engrossing...real as if you were there.”
Psychologists say you can’t confirm deception by the way a person acts—but experts are zeroing in other methods that might actually work. Read More
The attacks on journalists in the US are unlike anything I’ve ever seen in my career. Read More
These days you’ll find Vandana Verma sitting outside at lunch wearing no hat, no sunscreen, her arms and legs exposed because her doctor told her to. Read More