Kylie Sturgess (tokenskeptic.org) and the Young Australian Skeptics (youngausskeptics.com) are very excited to present the Skeptical Blog Anthology. Two years in the making, the Skeptical Blog Anthology is a collection of reader-nominated blog posts, representing the best of a new wave of online skepticism.
Collected over a year, it features a plethora of posts on topics ranging from the vaccination debate, paranormal claims, the ongoing creep of creationism into politics and education, conspiracy theories, homeopathy, outreach, all kinds of alternative medicine and even attempts to tackle the question “What is skepticism?”
The Skeptical Blog Anthology features essays by Dr Phillip Plait of “Bad Astronomy”, Dr Karen Stollznow of the “Point of Inquiry” podcast, Sharon Hill, Dr Petra Boynton, Brian Thompson of “The Amateur Scientist” podcast, “Skeptic Blog’s” Daniel Loxton and Yau-Man Chan, New York City Skeptics’ Lisa Bauer, UK Skeptic Dr Chris French, “Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe’s” Evan Bernstein and many others including a few of our very own home grown skeptics.
Collated and edited by Perth superwoman (writer, researcher, interviewer, podcaster and educator) Kylie Sturgess, and in association with the Young Australian Skeptics and Faster Pussycat Productions, we are all proud as punch to have made this project come to fruition.
The Skeptical Blog Anthology is quite reasonably priced and is available via Lulu.com as either a beautiful, tangible hard copy book delivered direct to your door or as a snazzy modern day digital pdf instantly downloadable. (Here is a link to both items http://tinyurl.com/7zjpqlg ).
You can preview the index of contents and the first few pages of the Skeptical Blog Anthology, just to wet your appetite.
Please support this brilliant project as all proceeds are being used to support the Young Australian Skeptics. Thanking you. *
FOOTNOTE * A blog (a blend of the term web log) is a personal journal published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete entries (“posts”) typically displayed in reverse chronological order so the most recent post appears first. Blogs are usually the work of a single individual, occasionally of a small group, and often are themed on a single subject. Blog can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog. —Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia.