A Conversation with Tangle's Isaac Saul
Welcome to Random Minds’ second podcast-style interview. This time, I chat with Isaac Saul, who I’ve been welcoming into my inbox for many months now. You see, Saul is a journalist and the founder of Tangle, an independent, nonpartisan political newsletter that summarizes the best arguments from the right and left on the big news of the day. You, too, can try it for free.
We discuss how Tangle got started, what Saul has learned while publishing Tangle, how journalism has lost trust and how it can regain it, political division in journalism, and much more. Join us for the conversation.
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Who am I? I’m a writer with an overactive imagination and a random mind. Outside of Substack, you’ll find my work in publications such as Newsweek, WIRED, Variety, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Esquire, Playboy, Mashable, CNN Travel, The Independent, and many others.
Here, you can expect to see little essays on topics ranging from self-censorship, how to have better conversations and word misappropriation to whimsical thoughts about losing imaginary friends and insomnia. Anything goes. Here, there’s no “left,” “right,” or even “middle”. Just random thoughts. And everyone’s welcome to be part of the conversation—in fact, it’s encouraged.