On Wisconsin, the UW alumni magazine, ran a feature about the book by Jenny Price, which features of photo of me peering out of a transparent cube of drawings from the book:
More local stuff: I was interviewed on Madison’s WORT radio on Monday.
And more radio: I went on Leonard Lopate’s show on NYC on Thursday.
And the newspaper reviews have started to come in! First one is from the Guardian, by Alex Bellos, who has a new book of his own, called (in the US) The Grapes of Math. I started reading it just before I left, and it looks great. There are several places where he touches on things that show up in How Not To Be Wrong; but math is so roomy that in each case Bellos sets out in a different direction and tells a totally different story starting from the same mathematical idea. Anyway, here’s Bellos’s review of How Not To Be Wrong.
Finally, I was somewhat denounced by the Cato Institute. I’ll have a bit more to say about this one later…