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Kieran meets Iron Mike



I recently sat down for an interview with Mike Tyson for ESPN. And here is an accompanying blog I wrote for ESPN.com. Read More 
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Tweet, Tweet

I finally joined the 21st century. I'm on Twitter. Follow me @kieranmulvaney.
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Antarctic Whaling: Is This the End?

The Fisheries Agency of Japan announced this morning that the country's Antarctic whaling fleet is returning home, a couple of months and several hundred whales earlier than usual. Although the FAJ is blaming the attentions of Sea Shepherd - which is of course more than happy to accept the blame and the plaudits - there is much more going on, as I explain in this blog for Discovery NewsRead More 
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The Family


Charles Manson - Charlie Rose Interview - 1980's
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CBS Radio Seattle

Enjoyable interview with Lee Callahan on CBS Radio AM 1090 in Seattle the other day. You can hear it right here.
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Sometimes it all goes just right

I have conducted maybe a dozen or so interviews over the past couple of weeks on radio stations across the United States, talking about polar bears generally and of course The Great White Bear specifically.  Read More 
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Reviews on the way

Just learned that the Washington Post will be reviewing my book this Sunday, February 13. Hugely excited by the opportunity and the exposure; hopeful that the review will be positive. And, all being well, the New York Times will be running a review shortly, as well. Many thanks are due to my friend and publicist Taryn Roeder at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, who has been tirelessly plugging away, determined to ensure my book gets as much attention as possible. Read More 
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Kieran at Harvard

I was fortunate enough to be asked to give a talk at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Saturday. Many thanks to Tom Scanlon for proffering the invitation and being such a wonderful host. And thanks also to my good friend David Schullinger-Krause for the visual documentation.
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the small side of the force

I thought yesterday had perhaps the worst batch of Super Bowl TV commercials in recent memory. There were a couple of entertaining ones - I sympathized with the poor guy who thought he'd sent an unspecified but clearly non-PC e-mail to an enormous range of colleagues - but the only one that really grabbed me was this:
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