Maggie Ryan Sandford is a science journalist, fiction and comedy writer, and human behavior researcher at the Science Museum of Minnesota, whose work focuses on equity in science education, the relationship between science and art, and cetaceans. With a background in broadcast radio and TV production, sketch comedy, English literature, and biology, her work has appeared in Slate, Smithsonian, McSweeney’s, ComedyCentral.com, mental_floss, National Geographic, the Walker Art Center and Seattle Art Museum, onstage at the People’s Improv and Upright Citizen’s Brigade theaters in New York, and on the Public Broadcasting Service and National Public Radio. She is currently at work on a book about dolphins.
Questions on notice
Abdul Abdullah, Benjamin Law, Alan Duffy, Graeme Innes, Gregory Phillips, Kristin Alford, Maggie Ryan Sandford, Mark Colvin, Mary Norris, Nakkiah Lui, Sammy J, Tom Elliott, Upulie Divisekera, Michael Williams
What future do we want – and deserve? Questions for the places, politics and pleasures of the hereafter
Cory Doctorow, Adam Liaw, Kristin Alford, Maggie Ryan Sandford, Michael Williams
One last question: are words more important than actions?
Rob Delaney, Cheryl Strayed, Nakkiah Lui, Maggie Ryan Sandford, Upulie Divisekera, Alan Brough, Adam Liaw, Sally Warhaft, Graeme Innes, Mary Norris, Michael Williams