I grew up with a love of all things science. I received a Ph.D. in astrophysics from Princeton University in 2016, and I am currently a postdoc at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. My research centers around the atmospheres of extrasolar planets, particularly with regard to determining what they are made of.
Meanwhile, somehow, I managed to rope myself into the writing game, so I’m also a part-time science fiction writer. Here, I share my thoughts on science, fiction, and anything else that comes to mind.
I’ve written several science fiction books and short stories that I am (for the moment) trying to publish through traditional channels, but I have posted several of my short stories here on my blog, along with longer non-fiction essays that don’t fit into a single post. I also post book and movie reviews, interesting science news stories, occasional commentary on current events, and just cool science facts.
By way of full disclosure, all of the opinions expressed on this blog are my own personal views and do not necessarily represent the views of NASA or the United States Government. Posts are not sponsored by any outside person or organization unless otherwise noted.