Maggie Ryan Sandford

Maggie Ryan Sandford is a science journalist, writer, and broadcast media producer. Her work has been published in Slate, The Onion's A.V. Club, Thirty Two Magazine, Paper Darts, McSweeney's Book of Politics and Musicals, has appeared at the Walker Art Center, the Seattle Art Museum, the Minnesota Institute of Arts, the Guthrie Theatre, the People's Improv Theater, the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre NYC, and on Minnesota Public Radio and Twin Cities Public Television.

Originally from Seattle, she now resides in St. Paul, and is fiercely proud of it. More on twitter @Mandford.

11 Insane Features of Normal Human Anatomy
14 Essential Talking Points About The Berenstain Bears
What Does That Dangly Thing in the Back of Your Throat Do?
6 Prehistoric Body Parts You Just Don’t See Around Anymore
Remember Square One?
5 Actual Facts About the Science of Dreams
5 Extremely Emo Scientific Phenomena
8 Facts Revealed by Genetic Analysis of the Platypus
The Innocent Origin of Yellow Journalism: How the Yellow Kid Fueled the Pulitzer/Hearst Rivalry
AC/DC: The Tesla–Edison Feud
4 Intriguing Possibilities From Past VP Shortlists
11 Fictional Works of Art (in Other Works of Art)
7 Oddball Aquatic Mammals We Love
What on Earth is Sun-Earth Day?
12 Underappreciated (But Equally Precious) Bodily Fluids
Gone Too Soon: 6 Famous Funerals of Megastars Under 50
Thomas Edison's Eccentric Job Interview Questions: A Cheat Sheet
11 Notes on Alfred W. Lawson, Founder of the Weirdest University Ever
6 Extremely Rare National Animals
12 Violinists Known for Something Else


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