Josie Fenske is a journalist based in Seattle. She graduated with a degree in physics and astronomy from Central Washington University. She is currently pursuing her masters in journalism at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
December 30, 2021
Unreliable Science in Media as Peer-Review Breaks Down
“Publish or perish means there are too many papers,” says Ivan Oransky, editor of the blog Retraction Watch, “and the system can’t tolerate it.”
December 13, 2021
“Bat Poop Can Be Fertilizer!” and Other Bat Facts
On the hike, led by Park Ranger Caileigh Hinkson, along the trails in the park’s old forest, the hikers hoped to see some of the many species of bats that call Lewis Creek home.
December 6, 2021
Opinion: Undercover Journalist Stuart Goldman Lies Down With the Tabloids and Gets Up Exposed
“What I didn’t know was that I had embarked upon a journey that would eat up, cancer-like, the next 5 years of my life,” Goldman tells Spy.
November 1, 2021
Latria Graham, We See You Now
Graham's honesty about feeling marginalized brings a valuable perspective to the table, giving validation to the experiences of people of color who feel underrepresented in the outdoor community.
October 24, 2021
Queen Bee Café: Giving Back with Charity and Crumpets
The café donates 100% of their proceeds to a different local charity each year. For their first year, the new Kirkland location has partnered with The Boys and Girls Club of King County.