What makes a great science story? Jane Qiu's award-winning saga of Tibetan livestock herders gets a thorough annotation in The Open Notebook. And Rowan Jacobsen talks about a crop that "smells like a sea breeze skipping over the shore."
Mackenzie Brady Watson likes to represent nonfiction science authors: Before entering the literary world, she was a microbiology researcher. When she feels excited about ideas, and feels the same excitement from authors, she’ll offer to represent them.