Catherine Mayer

Catherine is the London Bureau Chief for TIME magazine and has been a journalist for over 27 years specialising in current affairs and social trends. She is married and lives in London.

Press

Wired.co.uk

TEDSalon London 2011 brings science, music and Gaganomics to the floor
Amortality, sexy vampires, Lady Gaga, 3D printing and archaeology were among the topics tackled rapidly and succinctly at TEDSalon London 2011.

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Herald Scotland

X Factor, drugs and rock ‘n‘ roll

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The Sydney Morning Herald

When 60 is the new 20
As the average lifespan increases, ageing is not something to take lying down.

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XL Semanal

La invasión de los 'amortales'

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The Sydney Morning Herald

When Do We Start To Feel Old?
Improvements in health and welfare have distorted long-established stages of life. Rachel Hills attempts to get to grips with the new paradigm of ageing.

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Daily Mail

Bitterness makes you old - and a tummy tattoo won't save you
Never have we cared more about ageing and less about the aged.

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Chicago Sun-Times

Albert Brooks' first novel tackles aging society in 2030
Brooks' novel also could sit comfortably next to journalist Catherine Mayer's new Amortality: The Pleasures and Perils of Living Agelessly, a nonfiction book published this month in Britain.

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The Independent

Meet the Alpha Boomers: They're older, richer, wiser and determined to prove that age is just a number

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The Independent

Christina Patterson: It's time we grew up and started respecting the wisdom of age

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The Independent

A user's guide to age: We can't truly become 'amortal'
In an age of teenage millionaires and 60-year-old new mothers, it's tempting to think anyone can do anything - any time. But no matter how good the plastic surgery, we can't truly become 'amortal'.

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Lorraine

The growing trend of amortality
Do you think living agelessly is a bad thing? Should we behave according to our age?

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Irish Independent

Cheers, I'm 101!
Why many more of us will be joining Eileen and living past 100

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NRC Boeken

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Daily Mail

Can you believe this woman is 65?
She dresses at Topshop and has looks a girl in her 20s might envy. Meet Hillie, one of a new generation who refuse to be defined by their age...

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Express

Long Live The Amortals!
Churchill said 'Never give up.' He was right.

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The Observer

Live long. Stay healthy. Join the immortals
The seven ages of man are a thing of the past. We're never too old to find a new lover, start a business or even have a baby. Now, we're ready for anything - except death. Welcome to the world of amortality. Plus, are you already an amortal?

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Variety

Ageless in wonderland
Bringing adults into a child's world

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Daily News

Robert Minch - I Say: Divine drive by
Use a word three times and it is yours. A new word, coined by writer Catherine Mayer is "Amortality" It has nothing to do with perpetual infidelity among members of Congress.

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Ode magazine

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TIME

An adapted excerpt of the book exclusively for TIME magazine.

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TIME

10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now

A The global economy is being remade before our eyes. Here's what's on the horizon.

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New York Times - Schott's Vocab

A state of hopeful agelessness wherein one acts the same from adolescence to the grave.

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The Independent

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: When my time comes, I want to be allowed help to die.

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Catherine Mayer - Amortality