TON visits the working digs of Florida science writer Mark Schrope, who built a garage office that features a hammock, a shrunken head (of sorts), a chandelier, and a boat.
TON visits the Somerville, Massachusetts home office and local haunts of Cynthia Graber, a radio and print reporter whose work has appeared on Scientific American’s podcast and on the public radio shows Studio 360, The World, Living on Earth, and the World Vision Report; and in many print publications.
TON visits the working lair (and local pub and deer-filled park) of Ed Yong, London-based freelance science journalist and creator of the award-winning blog Not Exactly Rocket Science. (Caution for those with small children hovering: Ed has a bit of a potty mouth midway through. Just a bit. It’s mild. The kids’ll be fine.)
The Open Notebook visits the office of Brooklyn-based freelancer Cassandra Willyard, who writes for many excellent publications and blogs at the always-riveting The Last Word on Nothing. Cassie tells us that she went a little bonkers and took more than 100 photos of her office; she whittled it down to a smaller number for us, but you can find more photos and details about her office here.