Earlier this summer I interviewed five science bloggers for an article I was writing about science blogging. The article is out now in the latest issue of Hypothesis Journal. Go read it!
It includes interviews with Pharyngula’s P.Z. Myers, Aetiology’s Tara Smith, the girls of Inky Circus, The Loom’s Carl Zimmer, and Nature Newsblog’s Oliver Morton. They were all very friendly and helpful in answering my questions, so thank you, science bloggers!
The rest of the issue of Hypothesis is also very interesting, partly because it’s the most international issue so far, with contributions from India and Israel. So far we’ve mostly received contributions from within UofT, but slowly more people are hearing about the journal.
I say “we”, because I’ve also been promoted from the general editorial team to chief editor of Hypothesis as of this issue. I didn’t review my own article though, that’s not how it works!