We’ve accepted 25 people into the workshop. If you applied but haven’t heard back, please let us know. We have room for about 15 more.
We’ve accepted 20 people into the workshop, so we’re now almost half full. We look forward to your application.
Ten people have been given early acceptance into the workshop. We look forward to the next wave of applications. While there is no official deadline, we encourage you to apply early to ensure your choice of instructor and lodging at Inn of the Governors.
We are sorry that Christie Aschwanden will not be joining us next year as an instructor. Her reasons are exciting ones: a new job as a science writer at Five Thirty-Eight and a journalism fellowship at the Santa Fe Institute.
This year’s instructors will be
George Johnson, a New York Times science writer, whose nine books include The Cancer Chronicles: Unlocking Medicine’s Deepest Mystery and The Ten Most Beautiful Experiments
Sandra Blakeslee, a New York Times science writer and co-author of The Body Has a Mind of its Own (with Matthew Blakeslee), Sleights of Mind:
What the Neuroscience of Magic Reveals about Our Everyday Deceptions, and many other books.
Denise Grady, science writer for The New York Times and winner of the Victor Cohn Prize for Excellence in Medical Science Reporting
Alan Boyle, science editor for NBC News Digital (also known as MSNBC)
Christie Aschwanden, an award-winning freelance science writer and health columnist for the Washington Post
In addition we’ll be joined by David Corcoran, editor of the Science Times section of the New York Times.
Please see our website for instructions on how to apply.
We are in the final throes of picking next year’s instructors and will make an announcement soon. Thanks for your patience.
The 20th annual Santa Fe Science Writing Workshop will begin on Monday evening, May 11, 2015, and run through Saturday morning, May 16, in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Please stay tuned for details.
Some material to read in advance. More to come.
“The Books in the Basement” and “Inside the Black Box.” Links are at http://talaya.net.