In an interview with KSJ, Gross reflects on her journey to explore all bodies through the lens of what we’ve historically thought of as a female body.
The handbook, authored by some of the world’s top science journalists, is now free to download in Portuguese, Spanish, and English.
The former KSJ fellow talks about the origins of his debut book, and the extensive reporting process that brought it to life.
“I was never going to write a straight-up, ‘This is termites, aren’t they great,’ book,” Margonelli said. But she also wasn’t quite clear on what she was going to write. Halfway through, she turned to her editors for advice. Make it weird, they advised. So Margonelli made it weird.
The longtime radio journalist took KSJ fellows behind the scenes of his book on the 19th century eclipse that drew a swarm of scientists to America’s western frontier. David Baron’s first total solar eclipse sighting changed his life. “I was just seeing a sky I had never seen before,” he said of the February 1998 […]
A photo essay by Chloé Hecketsweiler describes a day in the life of Meals on Wheels, and Maura O’Connor’s book on de-extinction gets a prestigious review.