Jonathan Margolis, author of A Brief History of Tomorrow and Uri Geller: Magician or Mystic? | Apostrophe Books

Jonathan Margolis is a journalist and author who writes for the Financial Times, The Guardian and the Daily Mail among other publications. He specialises in technology, but also writes on China, along with a variety of quirkier, mostly scientific, subjects that interest him.

His first book was Hothouse People: Can We Create Super Human Beings? with Jane Walmsley.

His most recent books were , which analysed the successes and failures of futurologists, O: The Intimate History of the Orgasm, and Uri Geller: Magician or Mystic?

Jonathan lives in London with the author

and their family. See Jonathan’s technology reviews and videos at

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