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Finalists announced in the 3 quarks daily science writing prize
June 5, 2011Posted by on
I have a few suggestions for you:
Eric Michael Johnson has a habit of writing about some of the most important, fascinating topics in anthropology, and two of his posts are up for consideration: Sacrifice on the Serengeti, about female life history, and Penis Spines, Pearly Papules, and Pope Benedict’s Balls, about, well, all of that stuff.