<strong.Brontë Pearson</strong. is a creative and scientific writer from Oklahoma. Her essays, short stories, and poetry seek to expose the art of being human through natural discoveries of the body and mind. She is the winner of the Thelma Hall Prize in Creative Writing and a graduate of Johns Hopkins University’s Master of Arts program in Science Writing. In addition to being a writer, Brontë is a mother and an enthusiast of alternative rock music, dark chocolate, and cats.