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Regan Penaluna

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Brooklyn, NY
Senior Editor — Guernica Mag

senior editor @GuernicaMag. formerly editor-at-large @NautilusMag. MA in journalism from @MAcolumbiajourn

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Biography

I am now a senior nonfiction editor at Guernica Magazine. I was the Nautilus Magazine, where I edited and wrote stories on science, culture and philosophy. My story about the fastest swim stroke made the Atlantic's 100 Exceptional Works of Journalism in 2015: http://theatln.tc/2aNQm07. I am insat...

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Nov 20, 2017

RT @MatthewJDalby: I love these character studies of Neanderthals by the artist Tom Björklund. So rarely are they pictured as if they…

Nov 15, 2017

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Nov 12, 2017

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Nov 09, 2017

RT @JBerdahl: Study: Female-initiated disruption of a male hierarchy incites hostile behaviour from poor performing males who sta…

Oct 30, 2017

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Have you ever used a typewriter?

yes.

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

At Guernica, we accept submissions, not pitches. Submit to me here: regan@guernicamag.com

What advice can you offer to aspiring journalists?

Follow what you care about, what drives you, what you can speak clearly and deeply to and write beautifully about. Write. Submit. Repeat.

Awards

Logan Science Journalism Fellowship

2017 - Biomedical and Health reporting
WOODS HOLE, Mass. – Thirteen journalists have been awarded Logan Science Journalism Fellowships from the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), an international center for biological and environmental research and education and an affiliate of the University of Chicago. Now in its 31st year, the Logan Science Journalism Program (SJP) allows established science and health journalists to “step into the shoes of the scientists they cover” through immersion in hands-on research at the MBL. This year’s program, which gives fellows the choice of a laboratory-based biomedical research course or a field-based environmental research course, will run from May 31 to June 8 in Woods Hole. In addition, four of the selected journalists were awarded new Chicago Fellowships to spend four days in Chicago interacting with researchers affiliated with The Microbiome Center, a collaboration between the University of Chicago, the MBL, and Argonne National Laboratory.