Associate Editor, The Planetary Report
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.”
Latest Blog Posts
Posted 2014/04/08 04:46 CDT | 0 comments
Wind-sculpted sand—that is how I think of dunes. In our main feature, “The Dune Whispers,” Ralph D. Lorenz describes the formation, and varieties, of these fascinating and beautiful works of planetary art.
Posted 2014/01/16 11:29 CST | 0 comments
The Winter 2013 issue of The Planetary Report is finally on press and will be mailing soon. However, the electronic version is available online for members to start reading now!
Posted 2013/10/25 07:39 CDT | 17 comments
The Autumn Equinox 2013 issue of The Planetary Report is hot off the presses and is in the mail.