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Frieda Klotz

Frieda Klotz


Frieda Klotz is an author and journalist who covers healthcare, medicine and their human impact. She has written for the Guardian, New York Times and other publications, and between 2013 and 2015 was as an editor at the Economist Intelligence Unit. In a previous life she earned a doctorate in Greek literature from the University of Oxford focusing on ancient rhetorical and philosophical texts. Having spent time in London and New York, she now lives in Brussels. 

Frieda’s stories

  • Cyborgs Matt Murphy Final 1

    Welcome to the cyborg fair

    Frieda Klotz visited the ‘world’s first cyborg fair’ with one question: are cyborgs a real thing, or are these people just kidding themselves?