BRUCE BROWN is an independent creative force who has made important original contributions in the fields of marine biology and deep ecology, American and world history, as well as journalism and the Web.
He has done investigative reporting for the New York Times National Desk (the Karen Silkwood story) and foreign correspondence for Atlantic Monthly (baseball in Cuba), book reviews for the Washington Post, and he also wrote all the scripts for the first incarnation of one of the most popular series in the history of PBS-TV, the now-reprised, The Miracle Planet.
He is the author of more than 20 books, a successful entrepreneur and CEO, a noted athlete in three dramatically different sports, the holder of an extreme sport world record for half a decade, and a ground breaking digital artist, cartographer, and graphic designer. He is also an electric bassist who loves to play jazz, mostly under the name, Dr. Dum d’Dum.
He calls astonisher.com, which he created over two decades ago, “a sort of intellectual/literary/artistic/athletic lint trap that has collected some of the diverse creative work I have done over the last 50 years.”
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