The Science Writers’ Investigative Reporting Handbook
“The Science Writers’ Investigative Reporting Handbook: A Beginner’s Guide to Investigations” is part of a series of handbooks about the business and craft of science writing: “The Science Writers’ Handbook: Everything You Need to Know to Pitch, Publish, and Prosper in the Digital Age,” which the author contributed to, and “The Science Writers’ Essay Handbook.” Read more about the series at PitchPublishProsper.com. Available on Amazon. Learn more about the book.
The Dirt: Dispatches from the front lines of food and farming 2011-2016
My Nation story, Fields of Toxic Pesticides Surround the Schools of Ventura County. Are They Poisoning the Students?, is included in this anthology of sixteen of FERN’s favorite stories from the last five years.
The Science Writers Handbook: Everything you need to know to pitch, publish and prosper in the digital age
Featuring 35 veteran science writers, this handbook covers nearly everything you need to know to start your career as a science writer, or take your existing career to the next level.
The Sciences’ Media Connection: Public Communication and Its Repercussions
Science as a Public Resource: Rules of Engagement. My chapter in the Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook