A few book talks coming up:
BBC Bitesize LGBT Podcast ‘In This Place’, airing sometime in September.
Wednesday 16th October: Manchester branch of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. University of Manchester. At 2pm I’m doing a talk aimed at mathematicians, but accessible to most scientists, about Fibonacci phyllotaxis, and then at 3pm talking about the book. Book here.
Thursday 7th November: University of Manchester 4.30-6pm.
Tuesday 19th November: Poynton Library.
Saturday 23rd November: Macclesfield Litfest
Tuesday 26th November: Blackwells, University Green, Oxford Road, Manchester. 7pm.
Thursday 20 Feb 2020: London Computer Conservation Society.
If you are interested in a talk for your organisation, please get in touch. Audience feedback suggests I am a funny and passionate performer who leaves them surprised and fascinated by the past, and that the screen should have been bigger: all I know is I love talking about this stuff. As well as the history there’s a little bit of adding up, but no actual maths, though there are existence proofs of maths jokes.