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Q: Why did you write The Science Writers’ Handbook?
A: After several years of sharing our advice with each other and answering questions from other writers, we realized that we might be able to share our collective experience in a book. In 2009, many of us met in a hotel room in Austin, Texas, during the ScienceWriters meeting to discuss the project. An Idea Grant from the National Association of Science Writers in 2011 made our dream project possible.
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A: In the spirit of a science-themed site, Ron designed our site based on the Fibonacci sequence.
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