Re: Subject Matter Expertise-YES! Attack Iraq-NO!
Actually one of my favorite science writers is Natalie Angier,
at least as I recall her NYT articles (can't speak for her
books, though). She is an English major from a liberal arts
school who has studied "English, physics, and astronomy." (very
similar to my own background). None of her many awards or honors
were for writing about of those fields she had formal
(undergrad) training in. Oh, and she actually uses humor (or
wit, anyway) in scientific writing.
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