Stephanie Bucklin is a freelance writer. Her children's book, Jack Death, was published by Creston Books in 2016 under her pen name, ML Windsor. Her nonfiction has been published on outlets including NY Mag, TODAY.com, and Vice. She graduated from Harvard with a degree in the history of science.

Stephanie M. Bucklin has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Artificial Wombs and Control of Reproductive Technology

NON-FICTION by Stephanie M. Bucklin in Issue 132 – September 2017

A new technology could help save the lives of premature babies—and raises new questions about both age of viability and reproductive control. It’s called the Biobag, an artificial womb designed by researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Essentially, the Biobag is a fluid-filled bag hooked up to wires and cords. Researchers maintain the bag […]
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