|Illustrator Graham Roumieu (“Digging Deeper Beyond Itch”) is the creator of three faux autobiographies of Bigfoot. His work also has appeared in The Atlantic, The New York Times, Harper’s, an animated commercial for corn dogs, and elsewhere.|
|Carrie Arnold (“Navigating the Torrent”) is a freelance science and health writer living in Virginia. When she is not writing about the living world for publications like NOVA Next, Scientific American, and National Geographic, you can probably find her drinking coffee, cycling, knitting, or annoying the cat.|
Bryn Nelson (“Autism's Genetic Roots”) is a former microbiologist who decided he would much rather write about microbes than mutate them. Now an over-caffeinated science writer based in Seattle, he has published articles in The New York Times, Nature, Discover, Mosaic, and Scientific American.
|A photographer and filmmaker, David Friedman (“The Theory Connection”) explores stories of science, technology, and human nature through portraiture and storytelling. His current projects include an ongoing look at the lives of inventors from all walks of life.|
Photo credits: Carrie Arnold, Graham Roumieu, Bryn Nelson, David Friedman.
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