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Malcolm Gladwell

Malcolm Gladwell is a bestselling writer and contributor to The New Yorker.
Malcolm Gladwell is a writer of nonfiction and hosts the podcast Revisionist History. (Revisionist History/Panoply)

Malcolm Gladwell has written five bestselling books of nonfiction: The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, What the Dog Saw and David and GoliathIn his writing, Gladwell uses anecdotes and a narrative voice to examine how societal structures shape human behaviour, including decision-making and the spread of ideas. He started writing for The New Yorker in 1996 and won the 2001 National Magazine Award for profiles for his piece on Ron Popeil. Gladwell grew up in Elmira, Ont. and now lives in the U.S.

Gladwell is also the host of the popular podcast Revisionist History, in which he investigates a misunderstood or overlooked event, person or idea from history.

Gladwell's next book, Talking to Strangers, is coming out in September 2019.

Books by Malcolm Gladwell

Interviews with Malcolm Gladwell

Eleanor spoke to Malcolm Gladwell onstage at McGill University about his latest book "David and Goliath." Though he's a self-professed introvert, he does a pretty terrific job of entertaining an audience. 1:13:09
Malcolm Gladwell chats with Isabelle and Martine about everything from Trump's privilege to Kanye to the state of journalism today. 23:13
"History is an awful lot more than statues and names on buildings. If it was that easy to erase, we'd all be in trouble." 23:27

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