Phox Pop Magazine | Interview with The Hungry Child
This past spring, I had the honour of being interviewed by Amy Freeborn, founder of Phox Pop magazine, on some of the research I’ve been doing for The Hungry Child. Specifically, my banana research and the elusive etymological origins of Musa balbisiana. Read the interview below to learn more or grab yourself a copy of the second issue of Phox Pop, online or at selected retailers.
Thank you, Amy, for having me.
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Phox Pop is a printed magazine about thinkers, seekers, makers, and doers. Through carefully-crafted words and striking images, we tell the stories of ambitious and inspiring people, and their creative and curious pursuits. Inside our pages you will find tales of and by people from fields including art, science, history, exploration, and experimentation. We like to think of ourselves as a cabinet of curiosities in paper and ink form. Phox Pop magazine is a free-range selection of stories that we would like to read ourselves, and we hope you will, too.