Ali Benjamin has written for the Boston Globe Magazine, Martha Stewart's Whole Living and Sesame Street. Ali is a member of the New England Science Writers. "
"When not working, Ali wrangles children, drinks too much coffee, sometimes runs, hangs out with friendly dogs, gazes at electron microscopy images of bugs, and teaches kids about storytelling and writing. She serves scrambled eggs for dinner far too often. She is the author of The Thing About Jellyfish.
@andrea_m_clark I love this. Thanks to you, and to them, for reading, and so closely. I hope they enjoy it. May eac… https://t.co/le8mDapcOq
by @alibenj1 - one month ago
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@lowery @carolinetc Thank you, Patrick.
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@PaprLstr8tr @pacylin ❤️, thank you. That was the exact thing I needed to hear. Exact.
What Would Julian Do? (and other questions from a half century of internalized misogyny) - one month ago
This post — my first in a long, long time — is my contribution to #kidlitwomen, a month of posts about gender and other inequities in children’s literature. Join the conversation at KidlitWomen on Facebook and by searching #KidlitWomen on Twitter. There’s this recurring dream I have: Something is happening, something bad. I need to scream, it’s life or death, […]