1. Oliver Preston
Oliver has been writing for several years, previously on matters of science, both online and for a university publication, until he realised that it is much more satisfying to write about lighthearted topics (and that barely anyone wants to read about developments in fMRI technology). He has trained as a master of cognitive neuroscience, enjoys eating, and is skeptical about almost everything. If you’d like to offer him work, please head to the contact page; particularly if it’s really demeaning or physically demanding.
In fact, there’s only one writer; he does not actually look like Mark Twain as the head shot would lead you to believe, and he acknowledges that referring to himself in the third person is not an admirable trait.