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Published Reviews

Genesis Machines
Sunday Times reviews
"Amos has witnessed the early years of this nascent science and writes about them with affection and enthusiasm. To make the case that computers might one day...
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Genesis Machines
Nature reviews
"This is an enjoyable book...I recommend it to anyone interested in computation writ large who is not afraid to cross disciplinary boundaries that once seemed...
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Genesis Machines
Times Literary Supplement reviews
"[Amos] provides a readable and engaging description of his and others' adventures in the overlap between two major realms of current technology, computation...
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Genesis Machines
Mail on Sunday reviews
"...An elegant primer on a mind-blowing technology that could change our lives out of all recognition... On the way to describing...this new science, Amos...
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Genesis Machines
New Statesman reviews
"It is hard not to share Amos's excitement as the computational possibilities of the DNA revolution become clear...Amos makes the science accessible, with...
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Genesis Machines
Times Higher Education reviews
"What do encryption, the double helix and sudoku have in common? They are all bound together...in rather surprising ways, as Martyn Amos masterfully shows in...
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Genesis Machines
The Guardian reviews
"Fascinating... Amos describes such experiments beautifully, combining laboratory drama with technical explanations. His lucid and punchy prose conveys a...
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Fright.com reviews
Rhoads's contributions are, it turns out, the most subtle of the entire book, which only grows steadily more perverse.
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Gilded Lili
Austin Chronicle reviews
DiNardo successfully reintroduces a largely forgotten star, recounting her unbelievable life. For burlesque fans and aficionados of cultural history, Gilded Lili:...
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Gilded Lili
Booklist reviews
Recent women's-studies interest in striptease has resuscitated the stars of the form during its mid-twentieth-century heyday, from Bettie Page to Gypsy Rose Lee....
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Authonomy reviews
I am working my way through the Roux opera with pleasure. At last, someone who enjoys playing with the craft of story-telling. I really enjoy the excursions into...
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Next Stop: A Memoir of Family
San Francisco Chronicle- City Brights: SFgate.com blog reviews
While reading Next Stop, I found myself book marking pages, scribbling in the margins and making notes—one note read “Let Matthew take walks by himself, but teach...
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Ace & Hoser reviews
<...> Edwin Alexander weaves all these stories together in a dramatic mystery where all is not what it seems. The sculpture is the centerpiece linking it all...
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Terrain: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments reviews
Moving through Girl on a Bridge, we experience a general progression through time: the teenager of “Great Lash” becomes an adult becomes a wife becomes the mother...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
The 99th Monkey: A Spiritual Journalist's Misadventures with Gurus, Messiahs, Sex, Psychedelics, and Other Consciousness-Raising Experiments Eliezer Sobel. Santa...
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Fierce
The Edmonton Journal reviews
"...as strong a first collection as we have any right to hope (for)"
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Who Lives?: A Play
The Los Angeles Times reviews
March is National Kidney Month, which makes the docudrama "Who Lives?" only appropriate. Christopher Meeks' fact-based play about an anonymous citizens committee...
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Blood Passion: The Ludlow Massacre and Class War in the American West
The New Yorker reviews
The review is of Thomas Andrews' Killing for Coal but draws also from Blood Passion, which Crain describes as "a lively journalistic account."
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Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?
Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Newsweek, Washington Post, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Weekly St reviews
“Playfully written scientific anecdotes.” –Publishers Weekly (starred review) “It becomes obvious that we are aware of only a small part of what drives our...
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The Good, Bad, and Unread reviews
Sandy M’s review of Destiny of the Wolf (Werewolf Series, Book 2) by Terry Spear Contemporary Paranormal Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 1 Mar 09 This...
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