Andrew Kishner

I started my activism during a grassroots battle in the Rocky Mountain West in 2006 that ultimately stopped a planned large-scale conventional bomb test at a dormant nuclear test site. Since then, I've been researching & watchdogging nuclear issues--I'm a former professional researcher and library hound. Through 2014, I shared my library and online research finds on nuclear testing and radiation justice topics on my websites, including I have turned some of my former online works into short books. Please sign up for new book notifications below.

September 18, 2018 - 'U.S. sneaks in 'Vega,' its 28th subcritical nuclear test' (article)


'U.N. Nuclear Weapon Ban May Be Last Exit Before Extreme Tolls for Humanity'

'A New Ointment to Treat Activist Burnout'

'Hanford: Where DOE Lies Run Deep And Nuclear Waste Runs Deeper'


'RIG, RAD, RUN: Radiation Monitoring, Fukushima, and Our Nuclear Dystopia' Footnotes for paperback version (updated)

'Crossing The Line: Trafficking and Torture of Human Guinea Pigs in 1950s U.S.-U.K. Atomic Test Biological Experiments'

'What Fukushima and Click-Bait Articles About It Have In Common: Neither Hold Water' (ebook essay)

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