Why do people keep going out to socialize despite the pandemic? The answer could be in our genes. An evolutionary urge that once kept us safe is now putting us in danger, but one thing that makes us uniquely human might help us overcome it.
Rebecca Renner Everglades Python Hunter
Earlier this year, I followed some python hunters into the Florida Everglades. I had a lot […]
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Earlier this month, I interviewed Julia Alvarez about her latest novel, Afterlife, for Goodreads. You can […]
Check out the cool illustration for my latest story, a deep dive on gold in tech […]
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Are you having strange dreams? If you are, you’re not alone. In my first story for […]
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I have some big news on the horizon, including some major publications and big-deal deals. Stay […]
Life as a writer infographic, success & failure by rebecca renner
I’ve always wanted to be a writer, but all of my life, people told me it […]
I’ve been a bit remiss in blogging lately. That’s because I’ve been doing a lot of […]
I meant to run this update last week, but I ended up being so busy that […]
Every family has a myth. I know yours has one, a story passed down bedtime to […]