Pilcrow House welcomes Tim Carmody, publisher of the Amazon Chronicles newsletter and former writer for WIRED and The Verge.
Join us for an intimate three-course dinner on the most important company of our lifetimes: Amazon. This event is an intimate private dinner featuring structured and unstructured conversation with one of the internet’s best thinkers on Amazon + technology and culture.
You WILL enjoy this event if any of these apply to you:
- You want to better understand the complicated strategy of Amazon
- You are concerned about how Amazon is reshaping our cities
- You breathlessly followed the HQ2 sweepstakes
- You want to spend a fun evening and lively conversation discussing an important issue
About Tim Carmody
Tim Carmody is a writer and editor from Detroit, Michigan. He's currently the newsletter and Friday editor of Kottke.org, and the editor of the Amazon Chronicles.
He is also a freelance writer and reporter, a redhead, and a recovering academic.
He has bachelor's degrees in mathematics and philosophy from Michigan State University, and an MA and PhD in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory from the University of Pennsylvania.
Tim has previously been a senior writer and reporter at Wired, The Verge, and Adweek, and a writer/editor at The Message and Snarkmarket.
Tim's freelance work has appeared in The Atlantic, Fast Company, Newsweek, National Geographic, Pacific Standard, HiLoBrow, The Daily Dot, Nieman Journalism Lab, MIT Technology Review, Slate, Hazlitt, Popula, and elsewhere.