Anjula Razdan

Minneapolis, MN

Anjula Razdan

Editor | Writer
Health | Science | Culture


The Cable Guy

An interview with comedian and political comedian Bill Maher.
Utne Reader Link to Story

Liberal Talk Radio Takes Off

An interview with comedian Lizz Winstead, co-creator of "The Daily Show."
Utne Reader Link to Story

Grain Brain: An Interview With David Perlmutter, MD (Audio)

An interview with renowned neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter.
Experience Life Link to Story

The Trouble With Food Addictions

An interview with functional-medicine pioneer Mark Hyman about breaking food addiction.
Experience Life Link to Story

Kickin’ It: An interview with Alan Ball

Who better to unpack our culture’s bizarre relationship with death than "Six Feet Under" creator Alan Ball?
Utne Reader Link to Story

The Father of Acoustic Ecology

When it comes to listening more clearly, says R. Murray Schafer, society is in need of a big old Q-tip. “Our senses are clogged with too much,” Schafer says. He should know. The septuagenarian is a pre-eminent composer—when asked to name a great music teacher, John Cage answered, “Murray Schafer of Canada”—and writer who defined the field of “acoustic ecology” in his seminal 1977 text, The Tuning of the World (Knopf).
Utne Reader Link to Story


Anjula Razdan

Lead photo credit: Wei Li, who makes "dangerous popsicles" modeled on magnified versions of viruses and bacteria. (L to R: chicken pox, MRSA, HIV, E. coli, influenza).