Annalee Newitz Reading This Week in Chicago, Atlanta and San Francisco

So I wrote a science nonfiction book about how humans will survive a mass extinction. I'm celebrating by going to places where people read books, and talking to them! Join me to discuss science saving the world tonight in Chicago, Wednesday in Atlanta, or next week in San Francisco and Berkeley.

My book is called Scatter, Adapt and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction. You can read an excerpt here.

Here's my schedule, below. This is the end of my American book tour, but if you're in Melbourne, Brisbane, or Sydney, I'll see you in early July!

Chicago, IL

Tonight: 5/28 Unabridged Bookstore

7:00pm, 3251 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL 60657


Atlanta, GA

Wednesday: 5/29 Georgia Center for the Book (partnered with Atlanta Science Tavern)

7:15pm, DeKalb County Public Library, 215 Sycamore St., Decatur, GA


San Francisco, CA

Saturday: 6/1 Borderlands Books

3:00 pm, 866 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA


Berkeley, CA

Tuesday: 6/4 Bookish

7:00 PM, 1816 Euclid Ave., Berkeley, CA