Carolyn Kormann

The New Yorker

Carolyn Kormann is a Staff Writer at The New Yorker, covering science, the environment, and climate change. Her writing has also appeared in Harper’s, Porter, NPR Music, Yale Environment 360, and VQR. She is writing a book about the lives and meaning of bats, which tells the story of these strange flying mammals’ surprising impact on people and history.

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