Some (many?) of you may know that my new book, Reckonings: Numerals, Cognition, and History has been out for around six months now. Those of you who follow me on the evil bird hellsite are surely sick of hearing about it (But not really, are you? he asks aspirationally).
Of course, you can buy Reckonings anywhere fine books are sold (Why is that an idiom? Are there other places where not-so-fine books are sold? Don’t answer that). If you bought it through the evil book hellsite and liked it enough to say a nice word, kind reviews on hellsites have been known to drive sales and such. It would really be appreciated if you would! Or, if you have any sway with the heroic folks who staff libraries and are asked to make purchases with ever-smaller pittances, a book recommendation to a librarian really does make a difference!
You can learn more about my work, and the book, from my various media appearances so far:
Essays and Articles
Sequoyah and the almost-forgotten history of Cherokee numerals
Re-counting the cognitive history of numerals
Many Minds – The Story of Numerals
Wayne State University Humanities Center book launch
Aga Khan University – Numerals and their Alternatives
SCRIBO seminar – Reading, Writing, and Reckoning
More as they come out (stay tuned!) – and if you run a podcast, vlog, or other fun thing and would like to have me on your show, please reach out!