Esquire Classic, the complete digital archive from 1933 to today, September 2015.
The Esquire Classic Podcast, biweekly podcast about Esquire's greatest stories, September 2015.
What I've Learned: The Animated Series, animated interviews with Clint Eastwood and other luminaries, April 2015.
The Falling Man Project, paywall fundraiser for The James Foley Scholarship Fund, September 2014.
Narrative 4: How to Be a Man, launch website and book featuring 80 original short stories, June 2013.
"The Nominee," fiction by Curtis Sittenfeld, Esquire, May 2016. Hillary Clinton in the greenroom.
"The Plane at the Bottom of the Ocean," by Bucky McMahon, Esquire, October 2015. The search for Malaysia Air 370.
"Nirvana," fiction by Adam Johnson, Esquire, August 2013. Winner of The Sunday Times Short Story Prize; included in the National Book Award-winning collection Fortune Smiles.
"Joplin," by Luke Dittrich, Esquire, October 2011. Winner, National Magazine Award for Feature Writing, 2012.
"Whatever Happened to Stem Cells," Esquire, April 2013. The promise of artificial organs is no match for politics.
"The Prisoners of Guantánamo," Esquire, September 2011. A profile of Noor Uthman Muhammad, Guantánamo inmate 707. Supported by a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
"Stories My Father Told Me," Esquire, July 2009. How my father came to represent an accused terrorist at Guantánamo.
"The Theory of Everything," Esquire, December 2006. Included in Best American Science Writing 2007.
Tyler Cabot is the deputy editor of Audible Original Publishing, the Amazon company's premium original audio division, where he has worked with authors such as Robert A. Caro and Tom Rachman. Previously, as the director of Esquire's innovation lab, he built the magazine's full digital archive, paywall, and podcast. In his role as Esquire's senior features and fiction editor, he edited "Joplin," which won the National Magazine Award for Feature Writing in 2012, and seven other stories that have been included in Best American magazine writing anthologies. He's a founding member of the global storytelling nonprofit Narrative 4 and was a 2014 Nieman Journalism Fellow at Harvard.
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