Edie Miller

Edie Miller

Contributing Editor

Edie is a writer based in the North East of England. She studied Literature and Politics at the University of York, and later a postgraduate degree in Art History and Theory at the University of Essex. She is interested in politics, media, gender and visual and internet cultures.

Latest Editorials by Edie Miller

Tinfoil Digest - June 10, 2020

This week's Tinfoil Digest features the podcast Citations Needed, Jennifer Mercieca, Eric B Marcus and Will Sommer. If that isn't a good enough excuse for a coffee break then what is?

When Grammar is Political

The phrase “officer-involved shooting” was coined by the LAPD in the 1970s, in the name of a team that specifically worked to interfere in the investigation of police shootings, preventing their perpetrators from being brought to justice. Until...

Tinfoil Digest - May 27, 2020

This week’s Tinfoil Digest features RadioX, TR Vivek, Reed Grable, a podcast from Patrick Radden Keefe and a Lindsay Ellis video! Get stuck in and let us know what you think.

Tinfoil Digest - May 20, 2020

This week's Tinfoil Digest includes conspiracy theories, podcasts, the Black Death and a mysterious hunk of metal. Grab a cup of tea and get stuck in.

Fact-Checking Robert Pattinson’s Exploding Pasta

GQ magazine recently published a glorious series of interviews with Robert Pattinson, possibly humanity’s weirdest, most delightfully baffling celebrity. The article as a whole is a thing of beauty, but has attracted particular attention for its...

Tinfoil Digest - May 13, 2020

Our writers’ recommendations this week include Miriam Schoenfield, Bernard Hsu, True Anon podcast and a fact check about Grimes and Elon Musk's baby!

It's Time to Look Past the Dead Cat

“Let us suppose you are losing an argument,” writes now-Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in a 2013 Telegraph article. “The facts are overwhelmingly against you, and the more people focus on the reality, the worse it is for you and your case. You...