How to write a successful science book
On February 22, 2018 over forty ABSW members heard from the people who know at an ABSW panel event, with:
Royal Society Book Prize Winner: Philip Ball
New York Times bestselling author and Royal Society Book Prize Shortlistee: Jo Marchant
Editing and Publishing expert Robin Dennis, who has worked on four books longlisted for the Royal Society Prize, three shortlisted books, and one winner
Tom Standage, deputy editor of The Economist, and author of six books blending technology and history, including two New York Times bestsellers.
Jessica Woollard is a literary agent at David Higham Associates representing narrative non-fiction and international fiction. Her authors include Jo Baker, Rob Cowen, Stanley Donwood, Charles Foster, Paul Kingsnorth, Robert Macfarlane, Fred Pearce and Merlin Sheldrake.
The panel discussion was held at the venue for this year's UKCSJ, The Francis Crick Institute.
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