Sarah Kaplan @sarahkaplan48OH at @NMNH: A dad asks his toddler if she’s excited to see the big dinosaurs.
Little girl: I want to see the small dinosaurs
Dad: the small ones?
Little girl: They need people to like them too.
#MSWL Nonfiction about SMALL dinosaurs
Sarah Olson @ReadMoreScienceI read a lot of popular science books.
Authorship of science nonfiction has a serious diversity problem.
Are you a woman and/or POC and/or LGBTQIA+ individual who loves STEM?
WRITE A BOOK. DO IT. PLEASE.
I will do my best to keep up with reviewing and sharing them! 📚🔬
#MSWL I really want to see nonfiction popular science book proposals by authors from underrepresented groups in my inbox!
NYT Science @NYTScience“I’m 81 years old, and I’ve been a zoologist since my 20s. My whole concept of the animal kingdom would crash with this ctenophores-first idea." nyti.ms/2yDBU5V
This is EXACTLY my nonfiction #MSWL
Books about evolution and weird animals? Yes, please
Anand Giridharadas @AnandWritesThe 30,000-foot book is a genre that tries to turn mansplaining into literature.
Should it exist?
This tweet and linked article—my nonfiction #MSWL is the OPPOSITE of these “30,000 foot books”