Ed Caesar is a contributing writer to The New Yorker. He has written stories about the mysterious owners of London’s largest private residence, Russian money-laundering scams, rogue publicists, and Brexit. Caesar started his career at the Independent and has since written for the Sunday Times of London, GQ, Esquire, and the New York Times Magazine欧洲杯买彩票, among others.
In 2014, Caesar was named Journalist of the Year by the Foreign Press Association of London, for his coverage of the civil war in the Central African Republic. His first book, “,” about the world’s finest distance runners, was published in 2015 and won a Cross Sports Book Award. In 2016, an article of his in The New Yorker that exposed the multibillion-dollar “mirror trades” scheme at Deutsche Bank won a Foreign Press Award.
- A Reporter at Large
The Cold War Bunker That Became Home to a Dark-Web Empire
- Letter from the U.K.
My Mother Is Under Quarantine, but We’re Still Staying Close
- News Desk
The Woman Shaking Up the Diamond Industry Finds Yet Another Huge Gem
The Choice Between Labour and Leave in the U.K. General Election
- The Sporting Scene
Eliud Kipchoge Breaks the Two-Hour Barrier in the Marathon
Liverpool’s Long Journey to Champions League Victory