Trevor Corson is a bestselling popular-science book author, a magazine journalist and essayist, and an editor. Trevor's work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, and The Atlantic Monthly and has spanned the fields of science, medicine, food, religion, race, economics, international politics, and military strategy and history. He has developed and taught writing courses and workshops at many institutions, including Columbia University's graduate school of the arts in New York City, Boston University's graduate program in science and medical journalism, and the University of Helsinki's doctoral programs in science and medicine. He is founder and director of NeuWrite Nordic, a regional branch of the international collaborative science-writing workshop NeuWrite, established by the chair of biological sciences and the graduate writing program at Columbia University.


The Secret Life of Lobsters - medium

The Secret Life of Lobsters

How Fishermen and Scientists Are Unraveling the Mysteries of Our Favorite Crustacean

A Best Nature Book of the Year

USA TodayDiscover magazine

A Best Book of the Year

Time Out New York

Discover Great New Writers Selection

—Barnes & Noble

World-wide popular-science bestseller



The Story of Sushi

An Unlikely Saga of Raw Fish and Rice

Editors' Choice

New York Times Book Review

A Best Food Book of the Year

—Zagat Survey

Best American Food Literature
Book of the Year

—Gourmand Awards


—Publisher's Weekly


Trevor has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, The Atlantic Monthly, The Nation, The American Prospect, and other publications.


Collaborative science-writing, professional scientific writing for story, and public storytelling about science.