Here are some examples of my non-fiction writing, which often focusses on sustainable agriculture or conservation.
Rewilding is about moving forward, not looking back Rewilding Magazine
How do we choose what to save? The Niche
Is wild game meat good for the environment? FoodUnfolded
How to build a scientific career Nobelprize.org
We need a plan, not just a ban The Biologist
The future of GMO food Scientific American
Perspectives on organic agriculture and new plant breeding techniques Food & Climate Research Network
Digestible grass could have benefits for livestock and biofuels Genetic Literacy Project
Does ‘ethical omnivore’ beat vegetarian? Farming Futures
It’s time for rational regulation The Biologist
GM camellia can prove Omega-3s for fish Biofortified
Years of surprises from flying ants Royal Society of Biology blog
I have broad experience of writing articles, reports and press releases. If you are interested in hearing more please get in touch.
I enjoy reviewing fiction and non-fiction books and am very happy to be contacted by authors looking for a review. Here are some examples.
Breathing on Glass by Jennifer Cryer
When the Killing’s Done by T C Boyd
Flight Behaviour by Barbara Kingsolver
We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler
Defending Biodiversity by Jonathan Newman, Gary Varner and Stefan Linquist
Unfit for Purpose by Adam Hart
Shark Biology and Conservation by Daniel C. Abel and R. Dean Grubbs
Wildlife Politics by Bruce Rocheleau
State of the Apes edited by Helen Rainer, Alison White, Annette Lanjouw
Fighting for Birds: 25 years in nature conservation by Mark Avery
The Value of Species by Edward L McCord
A Guide to the Birds of Trinidad and Tobago by Richard ffrench
The Compatibility Gene by Daniel Davis
Agroecology by Stephen Gliessman
Body by Darwin by Jeremy Taylor (Shortlisted for the 2016 Royal Society of Biology book awards general category, for which I was a judge).
Gene Jockeys by Nicolas Rasmussen