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.).
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