New Ocean Blog…

Full disclosure: my mother edits Julia Whitty’s books. But damn, is she a good writer: about diving, the oceans, reefs, and our place on a mostly-watery world. She has a brand-new blog which shares the name of her upcoming book, “Deep Blue Home,” arriving in stores this summer. You can support the struggling publishing industry in the meantime by buying her first book, “The Fragile Edge.”

Even in the absence of the nepotistic motive, I would recommend reading this—especially for anyone who aspires to write well about science. I remember reading in a review of Dr. Atomic, the opera about Robert Oppenheimer, that our culture is just beginning to create true art about science. Whitty’s writing, in my opinion, is some of the best nonfiction art I have seen.

Check it out at http://deepbluehome.blogspot.com/.

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6 Responses to New Ocean Blog…

  1. Alyssa says:

    thanks for the tip. so so so good.

  2. Mom says:

    And Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will send a free copy of Deep Blue Home to the first ten ocean science grad students who leave their addresses here.

  3. kevin Z says:

    Awesome! I hope I can get a copy. I may review on Deep Sea News too. Please email me kzelnio at gmail dot com for my address.

  4. Angela Schmidt says:

    The book looks amazing! Please email me for my address as well

  5. Mark Prather says:

    I can’t wait!

  6. Mom says:

    Kevin and Angela and Mark (and the next 7 takers), would you send me your mailing address for June (when Julia Whitty’s book will be a book) to me at deanne.urmy@hmhpub.com
    If you’d like to review the book (thanks, Kevin!, let me know that, and I’ll send you an Advance Readers Copy and press kit right now and the finished book in June.

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