Joelle Renstrom is a writer whose work has appeared in Slate, The Guardian, and the Daily Beast. She is the author of the essay collection Closing the Book: Travels in Life, Loss, and Literature (2015). She teaches writing and research at Boston University, and blogs about the relationship between science and science fiction at Could This Happen?
Technology and media
Our need for true connection is giving rise to phone-free spaces
Phone-free events are on the rise: is the tide turning from the false intimacy of screens towards true social interaction?
by Joelle Renstrom