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Video of New York Society Library Event

The video of my event at the New York Society Library on April 7th is now available on You Tube.  The darkness of the video makes it difficult to see me, but the sound quality is good.

Follow this link.

Last Night at the New York Society Library

I had a wonderful time at the New York Society Library last night. The library, New York City’s oldest (founded in 1754), was a perfect setting for a discussion of the members of the Philosophical Breakfast Club and their time. During the Q & A, a lively discussion about the gap between science and the rest of culture ensued. Audience members agreed with me that scientists could, and should, do more today to bring their discoveries and excitement about science to the general public.

It was a thrill to be invited to speak to a membership that has, in the past, included Washington Irving, J.J. Audubon, Herman Meliville, Willa Cather, Lillian Hellman, and W.H. Auden.

Here are some photos from the event: books for sale, and the brochure for the event. Stay tuned for photos of my talk and possibly the video the library took.

This Thursday: Book Tour Event, NYC

I will be talking about The Philosophical Breakfast Club, and signing copies, this Thursday at the New York Society Library (53 East 79th Street), at 6:30pm. I would love to meet fans of the book there!

Tickets are available at the door, or in advance by contacting Sara at events@nysoclib.org.

The library’s announcement is here.

Postponed: NYSL Event

The event at the New York Society Library, originally scheduled for March 10th, has been postponed until April 7th. I’m sorry for the inconvenience!

TOUR: New York Society Library, Mar. 10, 2011

Here is an update on my book tour event at the New York Society Library on March 10th. Those of you in the area who wish to register for the event can do so at this site. Or you can email Sara Holliday at the NYSL at sholliday@nysoclib.org. I hope to see some of you there!!

You can find the Library’s announcement here.