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MASTERMIND included on io9′s list of Science Books So Exciting They Read Like Genre Fiction
MASTERMIND is chosen for io9′s list of 23 science books that are so exciting they read like genre fiction.
MASTERMIND enters second week on New York Times Bestseller List
Last week, MASTERMIND debuted at #31 on the New York Times Bestseller List. This week, it stays put in its #31 slot.
Maria talks about MASTERMIND on NPR’s Dinner Party
Chattering Class: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes. Maria talks to the hosts of the Dinner Party about a few of Holmes’ signature tricks: mindfulness, an orderly “brain attic,” and a curious disposition. listen to full episode here or download Maria’s segment here
Maria talks about boredom on the Brian Lehrer show
Exciting news about boredom: Maria Konnikova talks about new, surprising findings about boredom. listen to the radio segment here
Maria talks about unfilmable novels on NPR’s Morning Edition
When unfilmable books make memorable movies: Elizabeth Blair interviews David Mitchell, Ang Lee, and Maria Konnikova. listen to the radio segment here
MASTERMIND receives starred review from Publisher’s Weekly
Publisher’s Weekly gives MASTERMIND: HOW TO THINK LIKE SHERLOCK HOLMES a starred review. read full review here
Maria talks to Lifehacker about Sherlock Holmes’s deductive powers
As part of Spy Week, Maria spoke with Lifehacker’s Thorin Klosowski about Holmes, observation, and deduction. read the interview here
Maria discusses misquotations on KPCC/NPR
The prevalence of misquoting: what we think they said isn’t what they really said. listen to the radio segment here
Maria talks about Sherlock Holmes on the Critical Wit podcast
Maria discusses what Sherlock Holmes can teach us about thinking on the Critical Wit podcast. listen to or download podcast