Appearing at Fibonacci Foundation STEAM Conference

Appearing at Fibonacci Foundation STEAM Conference

“I jokingly tell people that I’m an adventurer of the intersection …I just can’t seem to stay in one field for some reason.” Many thanks to the Fibonacci Foundation STEAM Conference for inviting me to be a keynote, and to the Utica Observer Dispatch for carrying a story on my presentation (and my favorite book, Moby Dick)

Forensics, Crime, and Charming Disaster

Forensics, Crime, and Charming Disaster

Did you miss the April 20th event? A quick summary of the fun and the madness: Let’s be frank. When it comes to goth and crime and forensics, I’m always ready to talk. This time, however, I teamed up with the Brooklyn-based folk-noir duo Charming Disaster...
Medical Humanities and Social Justice

Medical Humanities and Social Justice

I want to invite your attention to the inaugural issue of Dósis, an online blog and magazine dedicated to exploring the intersection of medical humanities and social justice. The web-only publication offers three issues annually featuring essays, commentary, and...
An Electrifying Evening

An Electrifying Evening

It’s not everyday that you don the Clockwork Orange hat and pointing stick for a celebration in full steampunk regalia. But then, that’s what book launch parties are for.

I began the book tour in New York City at Union Hall, with a marvelous evening of future and past technologies and what I like to call “dread tech” –those new and surprising devices with their unexpected consequences. But for Sept 22 in Cleveland, my hometown and the best big little city (complete with the spare ribs and spine of one-time steel booms and burning river history), I wanted to do something just a little bit different.

Cleveland Book Launch Sept 22!

Cleveland Book Launch Sept 22!

In #Cleveland? Come to the Clockwork Futures book launch! The night will start at the Dittrick Museum from 5:30-6:30 for a reading, then the party begin at 7 at Happy Dog with a costumed author presentation, a visit from Mr. Edison himself, and live music from JP and Friends! Books will be sold in both venues–come to one, come to both! Attendance is free, but please register for tickets so we know if there are enough seats!

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