Graham P. Collins

Science writing & editing


The soundest fact may fail or prevail in the style of its telling.

— Ursula K. Le Guin, The Left Hand of Darkness


The Day Job

Since 1999, I have been on the board of editors of Scientific American, having been seduced away from the freelance life.

For Sci. Am. I edit and occasionally write feature articles, and I write for the News Scan section.

Feel free to send me comments and science news leads at gpc@nasw.org, particularly in the fields of physics, mathematics and neuroscience.

Publications

Scientific American

Physical Review Focus

Physics Today

New Zealand Science Monthly

Pro fiction & poetry

Ancient research

 

Old news

Before joining Scientific American, I spent about a year freelancing as a science writer and editor. This came after working at Physics Today for about seven years. [cf: Seven Years of Highly Defective People, Scott Adams.]

Prior to that I obtained my Ph.D. in theoretical physics at SUNY Stony Brook, which now goes by the name Stony Brook University.

Freelance clients in 1998-99:

ScienCentral, Inc.
Science
Scientific American
Physical Review Focus
Physics Today

Last updated: 29 September 2005