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Donna Stevens

Editor, The Planetary Report

donna.stevens@planetary.org
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Donna Stevens shepherds The Planetary Report through all the stages of its development, from story assignment through its arrival in members’ mailboxes. As senior editor of the magazine, her first priority is to give everyone in The Planetary Society a high-quality print publication that is a tactile connection to the many aspects of space exploration and the work we all—as a family—do to make that exploration happen. With her long history as the Society’s art editor, Donna especially enjoys her role as interface between the written and visual aspects of The Planetary Report.

“I appreciate every part of the natural world,” she says, “on our own planet and beyond.  To play a role in helping to further people’s curiosity and wonderment—as well as their determination to know more about this immense space we inhabit—is a privilege I’m grateful for.”

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Spring Issue of The Planetary Report Has Arrived!

Posted 2016/04/15 09:17 CDT | 0 comment

The Spring 2016 edition of The Planetary Report has just printed and will arrive at our mail house this week. Any member who wants a digital copy can download the issue through our website.

Winter Issue of The Planetary Report is Here!

Posted 2016/02/11 08:23 CST | 0 comment

The winter issue of The Planetary Report is at the printer and will be in your mailbox soon if you're a member of The Planetary Society. (And if you're not, join now!)

Fall issue of The Planetary Report is Here!

Posted 2015/11/30 10:03 CST | 0 comment

At last! The fall issue of The Planetary Report is off the press—or ready for Planetary Society members to download now.

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