There are many young talented writers out there, but truth be told, very few of them are physically attractive. On the other hand, being attractive is completely irrelevant to what they do. They are writers, not models, and we certainly don’t read their books because they are good-looking, but because they write well. However, there are writers who look amazing and sometimes that is actually the reason why they don’t get enough credibility. This is not right, and we decided to fight this prejudice (we also thought that finding good looking writers would be a fun thing to do.) We have been looking very hard to find young writers who could easily be models. The list is not too long, but you will enjoy it.
Jayson Tyler Brule
Journalist, magazine publisher, columnist and the Monocle editor-in-chief, Jayson Tyler Brulé was born 1968 in Canada. Brule wrote for Vanity Fair, The Sunday Times, Stem and The Guardian. He is currently writing for the Financial Times.
Maja (Maya) Spencer (Serbian spelling: Maja Spenser) was born in 1983 in Serbia. She has authored three books: “Nepotrebna razmisljanja o potrebama” (English: “Needless Thinking about Needs”), “Humanoid” and “Something is Wrong”.
Tishani Doshi was born in 1975 in India. She has authored five books. The best known are the poetry book “Countries of the Body” and the fiction book “The Pleasure Seekers”.
Jens Lapidus is a lawyer and an author, born in 1974 in Sweden. His best known work is “Stockholm Noir” trilogy: “Snabba cash” (English: Easy Money), “Aldrig fucka upp” (English: Never Fuck Up) and “Livet deluxe” (English: Life deluxe).
American journalist Frank Bruni was born in 1964 in the United States. He has authored several books, the best known being bestellers “Born Round – The Secret History of a Full-Time Eater” and “Ambling Into History”.
TV presenter and author Tara Moss was born in 1973 in Canada. Moss has written several books as well as short stories. Her best known books are “Fetish”, “The Skeleton Key” and “The Blood Countess”.