Table of Contents | 22 August 2011
By taking the time to think through their worlds scientifically, authors might not just find striking images and new apocalyptic possibilities, but will be able to engage their readers� interest more thoroughly in speculation that presses beyond the pages of fiction.
[A] woman who had been a biology major confided in me that when she felt bad about killing baby mice for a biology research project, her professor (a woman, also) said something like: "How can you become a scientist if you are going to get so emotional?"
as he drowned unknowing, / pursued her murmur down into the deeps.
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