Fancy Comma, LLC in the Media

Check out our media coverage and appearances.

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When Science Speaks – July 22, 2022

Fancy Comma’s Sheeva Azma talked to Mark Bayer of When Science Speaks about going from neuroscience to science communications and science policy. Read the show notes here.

PracticalHRO – June 30, 2022

Fancy Comma’s Sheeva Azma talked to Edward Tierney of Practical HRO about applying principles from high-reliability organizations to solve problems in the healthcare industry. Read the show notes here.

Conversations with a Wannabe Scientist – June 3, 2021

Fancy Comma’s Sheeva Azma talked to Nicole from CWAWS about science writing, science culture, and sustainability. Show notes can be found here.

STEM-E Interviews – April 21, 2021

Fancy Comma’s Sheeva Azma joined the team at STEM-E to talk about working in science communication.

Somebody Write This! – September 17, 2020

Fancy Comma’s Sheeva Azma joins the hosts of “Somebody Write This!” to talk about science writing and brainstorm about the following writing prompt: “A detective must protect a group of a dancers who have become protectors and mentors.”

Dads, Beards, Nerds – September 16, 2020

Fancy Comma’s Sheeva Azma and Kevin Ho joined the video game podcast “Dads, Beards, Nerds” to chat about their best memories of retrogaming, favorite retro games, and toxic situations that minority gamers face.


Science Writing Was Worth It. It Just Took Longer Than I Thought by Sheeva Azma, December 26, 2020.

Life Science Content Marketing: Insights from Real Science Content Writers, by Patrick Wareing, May 3, 2021.

Interview with Sheeva Azma, MS on Medical and Science Communications, by MastersInCommunications.Com, May 17, 2021

The Art of Being Your Own Boss by Anabel Moda of STEM-E, June 7, 2021

STEM First! Gen Profile of Sheeva Azma, by Monique Faith Boodram, December 22, 2021

We trust who we know: The case for science communication, by Kaleigh Rogers for McMaster University Science, September 21, 2022.

Communicate Complex Simply – Sheeva Azma, by Team Subkit, December 20, 2022.

Joe’s Big Idea (NPR SciCommers)

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