Author Talk with Daniel Stone of Sinkable

Presented on: Wednesday, February 28th at 4:00 PM EST

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Daniel Stone
is a national bestselling writer on adventure, history, and science. He is a former senior editor for National Geographic and a former White House correspondent for Newsweek. His first book, The Food Explorer, was a national bestseller and selected as the American Horticultural Society’s book of the year. The Food Explorer is currently in development for a TV series. His book Sinkable, released in 2022, is about shipwrecks, the deep sea, and the strange underworld of shipwreck obsession.

Daniel is a professor of environmental science and policy at Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches environmental communication, history, and storytelling. He is an occasional contributor to The Washington Post, Time Magazine, and Vice, and has presented at the National Academy of Sciences.

A lover of science and the outdoors, he lives in Santa Barbara with his wife and two sons, one of whom is a dog.


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