Douglas Fox is a freelance writer based in Northern California. He has written for Discover, National Geographic, Popular Mechanics, Scientific American, Esquire, New Scientist, The Christian Science Monitor and other publications. His stories have garnered national awards from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (2009) and from the American Society of Journalists and Authors (2011), and have appeared in The Best American Science Writing (2012), The Best Technology Writing (2010) and The Best American Science & Nature Writing (2009).
Results are in for the survey on freelancers and health insurance! Back on October 30, I asked people to provide numbers on how their health insurance premiums have evolved over […] ...Keep Reading »
As Obamacare begins to roll out, I’m curious what impact it might have on freelancers—and just as importantly, how freelancers have fared on the individual health insurance market over the […] ...Keep Reading »
February 2013 was a daunting month. I had just returned from an 8-week reporting trip to Antarctica, where I had accumulated 1,095 pages of handwritten notes, 2,400 photos, and 70 […] ...Keep Reading »