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Maggie Koerth-Baker

Specializes in: Profiles, Medicine, Health/Wellness, Science

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5037 Xerxes Ave. South
Minneapolis, MN  
Phone: 612-388-4133
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Work has previously appeared: National Daily Newspaper, Daily Newspaper, National Magazine, Local/Regional Magazine, Trade Magazine, Online Newsmagazine, Book Publishing

Maggie Koerth-Baker is a freelance writer based out of Minneapolis, MN. Previously an assistant editor and contributing editor for mental_floss magazine, she has been a regular contributor to the Associated Press, MSN.com Health & Fitness and Livescience.com. She writes primarily about science and health and has experience writing about sustainable energy and building technologies, biology, public health, anthropology, laboratory science, and medicine.

Her clients include the Associated Press, Audubon magazine, Discover magazine, Health magazine, and more.

Her first book, Be Amazing, will be published in March 2009 by HarperCollins' Collins imprint, in conjunction with mental_floss magazine.

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