Michael Cook likes bad puns, bushwalking and black coffee. He did a BA at Harvard University in the US where it was good for networking, but moved to Sydney where it wasn’t. He also did a PhD on an obscure corner of Australian literature. He has worked as a book editor and magazine editor and has published articles in magazines and newspapers in the US, the UK and Australia. Currently he is the editor of BioEdge, a newsletter about bioethics, and MercatorNet. He also writes a bioethics column for Australasian Science and contributes occasional op-ed pieces to newspapers and websites in the US, UK and Australia.
Behind Kenya’s harsh penal code
30 Jul 2015 | CONJUGALITY |
The penal code sounds harsh. What is the reality?
The password you can never change
14 Jul 2015 | FEATURES |
The brave new world of facial recognition technology.
The Economist backs Belgian model of euthanasia
29 Jun 2015 | CAREFUL! |
A new editor takes a familiar line: autonomy solves everything.
A milestone in the sexual revolution
27 Jun 2015 | CONJUGALITY |
After the celebration, the revolutionaries will set to work.
Is teaching Christian morals child abuse?
25 Jun 2015 | CONJUGALITY |
An Australian same-sex marriage activist argues that it is.
Life? I’m not really that into it any more
23 Jun 2015 | CAREFUL! |
Healthy 24-year-old Belgian woman asks for euthanasia.
Peter Singer ‘disinvited’ over infanticide interview
22 Jun 2015 | CAREFUL! |
'Belonging to the human species does not make it wrong to kill a living being'
How LGBT-friendly laws could change medicine
18 Jun 2015 | CONJUGALITY |
No more scepticism, please. That's an order.
We, too, need a #NOlostgeneration campaign
11 Jun 2015 | FEATURES |
What lies beyond the bizarre expansion of children's rights to euthanasia and sex change surgery?
2 Jun 2015 | FEATURES |
Peter Singer's new book on philanthropy reveals a dark side to utilitarianism
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