The newspaper column: moving on…

After 13 happy years as a columnist at The Guardian newspaper, I’ve stopped. It was a joy and a privilege working with the editors there.

ThisIsImprobable-book(You can read all those old columns — more than 500 of them — on the Guardian web site, and find links and bits of extra information here on the Improbable site. Some of those columns were collected and enhanced into two books: This Is Improbable, and This Is Improbable Too.)

The newly freed-up writing time will let me play with new things: in the Improbable Research podcast; in the magazine (which we are transitioning into the new PDF era!); in Ig Nobel Prize activities; in some new projects; and in speaking gigs (do feel free to invite me to talk at your meeting, conference, or whatever!).

2 Responses to “The newspaper column: moving on…”

  1. Dmajor Says:

    Best of luck and fun in your transition. Those columns were entertaining and will be missed.

    Regarding the speaking gigs, you know who to call if you get overbooked!

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