[nonfiction] On alternate weeks, I've got a new piece at Paper Droids—Geek culture for women—and Failing the Finkbeiner, where I celebrate women and their science while, you know, mentioning that they're female.
|[fiction] Olivia & the Experiments—four stories telling the adventures of Olivia, intrepid girl scientist, as she has a run-in with an NMRI machine, gets up close and personal with an onion nuclear membrane, resurrects Dorothy Hodgkin's Nobel-prize winning work, and solves a puzzle with a only a telescope and clear seeing—is now available for purchase:|
[poetry] My newest book of poetry,
Scientific Method, is now available from
It includes poems about
the Navier-Stokes equations,
moss, and other intriguing scientific topics.
Email me if you'd like to purchase an autographed copy. It was reviewed in April 2012 by American Scientist.
Boston University conference: The Power of Narrative, Boston, April 2013
Science Writing Boot Camp, May 8-11, 2013