If you're in the Berkeley area tonight, 4/23, come see io9 editor Annalee Newitz talk about mass extinction and survival at Moe's Books. That's at 7:30 in the venerable bookstore's basement, and admission is free. See you there ... if you survive!
Today you can finally get the paperback version of my book on the future of humanity, Scatter, Adapt and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction. Plus, I'll be at Harvard Bookstore in Cambridge, MA this Thursday — and in my first-ever Reddit AMA this afternoon!
I'm celebrating winter by giving away ten free, signed copies of my science nonfiction book Scatter, Adapt and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction. Everybody wants apocalypse and extinction at the holidays! Here's how to get it.
It's the very last stop on my book tour, and of course it's in the fine city of Melbourne, Victoria. I'm discussing my book, Scatter, Adapt and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction, at the Wheeler Centre on July 4, from 6:15-7:15. Come out and say hi!
So I wrote a science nonfiction book about how humans will survive a mass extinction. I'm celebrating by going to places where people read books, and talking to them! Join me to discuss science saving the world tonight in Chicago, Wednesday in Atlanta, or next week in San Francisco and Berkeley.
In my continuing quest to meet people who read books, I am leaving my warm home on the internet and venturing into the real world. Hopefully you will be there too!
Today from 12-1 PM PST, Annalee Newitz will be here talking about her new book, Scatter, Adapt and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction. She'll be in conversation with MIT science journalism professor Seth Mnookin, author of The Panic Virus. And with you! Join us in a conversation about mass extinction,…
We may be in the early stages of a disaster so profound that it could kick off a mass extinction. Does that mean humanity is doomed? No. Scientific evidence suggests that humans will survive. Find out why, in this excerpt from Scatter, Adapt, and Remember: How Humans Will Survive A Mass Extinction.
I'm on book tour, and my one stop in the New York area will be at the incredible science fiction bookstore/publisher Singularity & Co., tonight in Brooklyn at 7:30 PM.
Come out to see me talk about my new book, Scatter, Adapt and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction — tonight and Saturday in Portland, and next week in Brooklyn, Washington DC, and San Francisco!
Humans began to live in urban settlements about 7 thousand years ago. As humans continued to evolve over the millennia, so too did our cities. Now, our cities are about to change again — and they're going to look more like ancient Machu Picchu than the gleaming towers of glass and steel we have today.