Ed Caesar is an author and feature writer. He has contributed to The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Outside, The Smithsonian Magazine, The Sunday Times Magazine and British GQ, and has reported from a wide range of countries including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kosovo and Iran. He was once asked by Kevin Costner whether he was "anxious to die".
Caesar has won a number of awards for his journalism. Most recently, he was named Journalist of the Year for 2014 by the Foreign Press Association of London.
Amongst other subjects, Caesar has written about secretive Russian oligarchs, African civil wars, marathon tennis matches, British murder trials, wingsuit flying and Tom Wolfe's beautiful apartment. Many of his long articles are archived on this website.
Caesar has also written Two Hours, a book about the world's greatest distance runners and the quest to run previously unthinkable times for the marathon. It's out now in Britain from Viking Press, and will be published in the United States in October by Simon & Schuster. He is represented by Karolina Sutton at the Curtis Brown agency in London, and by Sloan Harris at ICM in New York.
Email Ed at or follow him on Twitter @edcaesar.
|House of Secrets||The New Yorker||1 Jun '15|
|Can Phil Taylor Step Away?||The Guardian||7 Apr '15|
|Mark Rylance||GQ||8 Jan '15|
|The Singular Life of Roger Federer||Town & Country||9 Sep '14|
|What Lies Beneath Stonehenge?||The Smithsonian Magazine||1 Sep '14|