Readers need a writer who puts new information in context and who makes a topic readily understood through clear and engaging language. Whether the topic is business, government, the arts, or technology, readers need a writer who is passionate about the subject, familiar with the lay of the land, and knows where to find answers. Writing about science requires no less.
Following years as a staff reporter, I earned an M.A. in Science Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Now a freelance writer, I have written about the sciences for EARTH Magazine, Discover Magazine, ScienceNOW, and The Baltimore Sun. I also contribute to The Sieve, a science blog.
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