In case you were wondering, Webb of Science hasn’t disappeared, but I have been busy with a variety of other projects. The Science Writers’ Handbook website continued to publish regularly through December, and I had a baby boy in October. In addition, I was part of a team of reporters (named Flux) who launched a crowdfunded
Over the last few months, I’ve been spending the bulk of my blog-related time on a new project: the website for The Science Writers’ Handbook. The book, which will publish in April, is a collaboration involving more than 30 science writers. I contributed one chapter to the book about “The Diversity of Science Writing.” I
Frequent visitors to Webb of Science have probably already noticed the new digs, but you can now consider the new blog & website fully launched. I’ll continue to improve the site, but it’s time for the official blogwarming. A friend and email subscriber asked me, “So, why the move?” With my website (sarahannewebb.com) and the
As I promised, I’m posting a list of my fellow blogathoners, more than a hundred strong. I’m inspired to be in such a large group, but it’s also a little daunting. (Thanks again to Michelle Rafter, our fearless organizer). Here’s to day 4– More science tomorrow. Rebecca I. Allen – 356 No More, A journey from couch
I had so much fun with the Official May Blogathon Guest Post Day last Thursday that Webb of Science is doing another Guest Post Day today. This week I’m hosting Jennifer L.W. Fink of Blogging ‘Bout Boys. One of the treats of this month long blogaganza has been making new friends and reading their work.
The May Blogathon is having an official guest-post day on Thursday, May 21. Webb of Science will be hosting Kate Reilly, mistress of the Polka Dot Suitcase : a world of creative fun, whimsical ideas, and interesting projects. Kate and I are trading that day, so if you’re looking for me on Thursday, I’ll be
So, it’s day 2 of the May blog-a-thon, and here are my fellow writer-bloggers who are undertaking the challenge. Some are brand new bloggers. Some have been doing this far longer than I have. But all of us are professional writers. So the trick will be finding words, ideas, and those corners of time to