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Recent work by our members

#nswasciencewire highlights the published writing of NSWA members each month. Would you like to see your writing featured? Please suggest an item online or send a link or PDF file to Chris Tachibana at sciencewire@nwscience.org. The NSWA Board of Directors determines what material to present. We look forward to highlighting your work.

Mills: NSWA On Stage

David Mills of Infinity Box Theatre Project turned to NSWA to inspire Centrifuge, a science-theatre experiment. Mills recruited Roberta Kwok (@robertakwok), Greg Scheiderer (@gregscheiderer and @SeattleAstro), NSWA President Keith Seinfeld (@kseinfeld), Michael C....

Yan: Mangrove Activism

Wudan Yan has just arrived in Seattle after living and writing in Southeast Asia. For JSTOR daily, she took a trip to the Irrawaddy delta of Myanmar to talk with a man jailed for cultivating trees. In words and photos, Wudan (@wudanyan) documents the politically...

Ostrander: Keystone Killer Turns Strategist

Keystone XL is not dead, writes Madeline Ostrander. At least, the political legacy of the oil pipeline lives on. In a feature for The Nation, Madeline (@madelinevo) reports on how activists including Jane Kleeb, called the Keystone Killer, are making environmental...

Bach: View From the Bridge

For UW Today, Deborah Bach talks with Elissa Washuta, the Fremont Bridge writer-in-residence. Deborah, a social sciences writer for the University of Washington, finds out what Washuta, a UW grad, book author, and essayist is doing in the small tower office on the...

Long: Fire and Stone Approaching

Priscilla Long’s collection of essays on humans and our origins is coming soon. Pre-order Fire and Stone: Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, and this fall, you’ll get the welcome surprise of a book that “beautifully melds the arts and sciences.”...