Egg: A Dozen Ovatures has been keeping me busy with radio! Listen to me chatting with… -“Egg Lady” Cynthia Brian live on StarStyle -Tom Williams live on UPR’s Access Utah -Krys Boyd interviews Lizzie on KERA’s Think
You can catch me on KQED’s The Forum, where Mina Kim interviewed me live and we chatted about Egg: A Dozen Ovatures as well as with listeners. I had a blast!
Paul Vogelzang and I talk eggs–myth, science, space eggs and conceptual art on his fabulous podcast– Not Old – Better. If you want a sneak peak inside the book, this is a good place. Thanks to Paul for asking such
My three-part essay, “Performing the Real,” is out on the Peabody Essex Museum’s website for their forthcoming exhibit Playtime. I had the pleasure of consulting on Playtime last year. The essay explores larp, how larp uses alibi, and the differences between theater
Eric Molinsky interviewed me, and a host of other experts, for his excellent podcast Imaginary Worlds, for an episode titled, “Winning the Larp.” You can listen to the podcast here: https://www.imaginaryworldspodcast.org/winning-the-larp.html
Wired recently interviewed me, along with writer Stephanie M. Grossman and larpwright Ben Books Schwartz for its Geeks’ Guide to the Galaxy podcast. You can listen at the link. Now Is a Good Time to Start Living Like a Wizard
Scientists love Pandora’s DNA, apparently. The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) put my book on a list of five “Books about cancer that everyone must read.” I’m delighted to be in the good company of other excellent titles
The ASCO Post, the publication of the American Society of Clinical Oncology has published a detailed and very positive review of Pandora’s DNA in its April 10, 2015 issue. Read it here.
In the wake of Angelina Jolie’s recent announcement about her ovarian removal, I wrote a piece on my own decision-making process for Fusion.net. You can read it here.
From today (Tuesday, March 24, 2015), until Friday (March 27, 2015), you can nab the digital version of my book, Pandora’s DNA: Tracing the breast cancer genes through history, science, and one family tree for $0.99 from these fine online retailers: Amazon