October Media Roundup

Our authors have been scary busy this month. Here are the highlights:

 

Wendy Gamber’s The Notorious Mrs. Clem (HC 9781421420202; $34.95) was reviewed in The New York Times Book Review. The book has also received publicity in Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, The Indianapolis Star, and Indiana NPR-affiliate WYSO’s “Book Nook” program.

 

Dinah Miller and Annette Hanson’s Committed (HC: 9781421420783; $22.95) was reviewed by The Washington Post.

 

The Wall Street Journal ran a photo series from Luis Chiappe and Meng Qingjin’s Birds of Stone (HC: 9781421420240; $80.00). Natural History Magazine will also feature a 6-page cover story/excerpt from the book in its November issue.

 

Larry Diamond, co-editor of Democracy in Decline (HC: 9781421418186; $22.95 / PB: 9781421421216; $22.95) wrote a piece in The Atlantic by the same title.

 

The Science of Mom (PB: 9781421417325; $19.95) author Alice Callahan wrote a piece for The Washington Post.

 

Susan Noonan, author of When Someone You Know Has Depression (HC: 9781421420141; $35.00 / PB: 9781421420158; $16.95), wrote op-eds for The Hill, The Huffington Post blog and Psychology Today. She was also featured in an article by Psych Central.

 

The Mediterranean World (HC: 9781421419015; $34.95) by Monique O’Connell and Eric Dursteler was reviewed by The New York Review of Books.

 

Adventures of a Female Medical Detective (HC: 9781421419992; $24.95) by Mary Guinan with Anne Mather was reviewed by The Washington Post. Dr. Guinan is also featured in the new Women of Hopkins exhibit. The book has previously received coverage in Nature, Times Higher Education, and NPR’s All Things Considered.

 

Prabhjot Singh, author of  Dying and Living in the Neighborhood (HC: 9781421420448; $27.95), was interviewed by The Brian Lehrer Show, Philly.com, and Crains. The book has been covered previously by Library Journal, NPR’s Marketplace and STAT.

 

The Chronicle of Higher Education featured Jon McGee’s Breakpoint in a new ‘What I’m Reading’ segment.

 

Interviews with The Sting of the Wild (HC: 9781421419282; $24.95) author Justin Schmidt appeared on the Leonard Lopate Show, Big Picture Science, HGTV’s DIY Network, Live Wire Radio (alongside Penn Jillette of Penn&Teller), The New York Post  (twice), Australia’s ABC Radio, the Steve Fast Show, and The Entomology Society of America’s blog. Other recent coverage for the book includes New York Times Magazine, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE, National Geographic, The Guardian, Science FridayBBC Earth, and Atlas Obscura.

 

Ellen Silbergeld was on Sirius XM Satellite Radio’s “Tell Me Everything” with John Fugelsang on October 10th talking about Chickenizing Farms & Food (HC: 9781421420301; $26.95). The book was also featured on the popular FoodPolitics blog and featured in Times Higher Education’s “New & Noteworthy” section.

 

Photos from Roland Kays’ Candid Creatures (HC: 9781421418889; $39.95) were featured on The Daily Beast. Previous coverage of this project includes: Discovery Magazine, The WashingtonPosts’ “Animalia” blog, Science Friday, Shelf Awareness, Popular Science, The Guardian and The New York Times (twice).

 

Peter Hotez, author of Blue Marble Health (PB: 9781421420462; $28.95) was interviewed by Houston’s NPR-affiliate station.

 

Marybeth Gasman wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post. She is the author of several JHU Press books, including The Morehouse Mystique (HC: 9781421404431; $28.00).

 

Designing the American University (HC: 9781421417233; $34.95) author and ASU President Michael Crow was featured in a Times Higher Education article.

 

The Poetry of Mary Tighe (HC: 9781421418766; $69.95) author Paula Feldman wrote an op-ed for Daily Kos.

 

Peripheral Neuropathy author Janice Wiesman was interviewed on SiriusXM’s Doctor Radio and wrote a piece for Practical Neuropathy.

 

Jacob Rooksby’s book trailer for The Branding of the American Mind went live.

 

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