ABOUT DEB ARONSON
I have been a freelance, non-fiction writer since 1997, when I moved to Urbana, IL, land of corn, soybeans and cows, and source of the mighty Kaskaskia River. Before that I worked for a decade in university public relations.
When I’m not gardening, sailing or reading, I write about interesting people doing unusual things. That list includes, so far, an astronaut, archaeologst, male midwife, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist, a rowing team, several novelists, including Judy Blume (eventually I’ll manage to mention that without pausing for dramatic effect!), a photographer, an architect, countless scientists, and a woman who founded a summer camp to reunite siblings who have been separated within the foster system.
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PUBLICATIONS - View in Bookstore
Chicago Review Press
- Magazine Articles
Carl Woese and the Three Flavors of Life