Some Newton Book Events: Science Friday/Harvard Bookstore Edition

[Update w. day/date for the Harvard Bookstore talk added below...and here:  it's Monday, June 8 at 7 p.m.]

This is the first of a couple of heads up for these events in support of my new book (have I mentioned I’ve got a book coming out?) Newton and the Counterfeiter.

I’ll be chatting with longtime Friend of Science™ Ira Flatow on NPR’s Science Friday on — you guessed it — this Friday, June 5.  I’ll be in the second hour, so tune in, turn on, and call up.

Also — for those of you in the greater Boston area, this coming Monday, June 8, I’ll be doing a talk/reading/answering questions at one of the great independent book stores still standing, the irreplaceable Harvard Bookstore in Harvard Square (street address:  1256 Massachusetts Avenue | Cambridge, MA 02138 | Tel: (617) 661-1515).

The event will start at 7 p.m., and will run for about an hour.  Free and open to the public (d’uh–ed.).

Image:  Office for Emergency Management. Office of War Information. Domestic Operations Branch. Bureau of Special Services, “World War II propaganda poster,” 1943.

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5 Comments on “Some Newton Book Events: Science Friday/Harvard Bookstore Edition”

  1. BCC Says:

    I know it’s in the link, but you might want to put the day and date for the Harvard Bookstore talk (Monday, June 8) in the text of this post for us RSS browsers…

  2. Bonnie Says:

    Hi Tom, wish we could be there. You should be receiving an email from Dorothea Von Motke about doing a book event at Labyrinth Books. If you decide to come down to Princeton and need a place to stay, we can certainly put you up. Good luck with it all!

  3. david Says:

    I heard you on Science Friday today, and was particularily interested in the question about Neal Stephenson. I think it would be great to hear what you think after reading the baroque cycle, esp. the liberties he takes between fact and fiction.


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