Eric Wagner
Eric Wagner

Eric Wagner writes about science and the environment from his home in Seattle, where he lives with his wife and daughter. His writing has appeared in Smithsonian, Orion, and High Country News, among other places.

Aug. 15 2013 12:02 PMThe Tiniest Tsunami RefugeesThey came from Japan, clinging to wreckage. They made it to the U.S., only to be destroyed. They are crabs, sea stars, and kelp.
Jan. 29 2013 11:31 AMAre You Eating What You Think You’re Eating?Steve Palumbi’s molecular forensics exposes the seedy side of seafood.
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Feb. 9 2016 12:57 PM Tristram Shandy Was a Runaway Best-Seller. What Did That Mean in 1760? For one thing authors still had to suck up to famous actors.