Susan Fox Rogers and contributors talk about Antarctica: Life on the Ice. What is it like to fall in love with a place where the sun never goes down? This collection of essays offers a world of colorful characters and breathtaking backdrops. Contributors include Bill Fox, Kristan Hutchison, Joe Mastroianni and Lucy Jane Beldsoe- Book Passage
Lucy Jane Bledsoe
Lucy Jane Bledsoe is a novelist and science writer.
William L. Fox is a writer, independent scholar, and poet whose work is a sustained inquiry into how human cognition transforms land into landscape. His numerous nonfiction books rely upon fieldwork with artists and scientists in extreme environments to provide the narratives through which he conducts his investigations.
Kristan Hutchison is a staff writer for the Juneau Empire, the daily newspaper in Alaska's capital. Since joining the paper in 1995, she has written about local and state government issues, wayward bears and the Iditarod Sled Dog Race. Previously, she worked as a staff writer and arts editor for the Bainbridge Review in Washington State.
Earlier, she was an intern at WAMC public radio in Albany and at the Washington bureau of the St. Louis Post Dispatch. She graduated from Bard College in 1992 with a B.A. in political science. She has also studied in the summer Institute for Political Journalism at Georgetown University.
Joe Mastroianni is an engineer and science writer.
Susan Fox Rogers
Susan Fox Rogers is author of Antarctica: Life on the Ice.