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All Yesterdays... today!

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Today see the launch of All Yesterdays, and lately I've mostly been busy with preparation for this event. If you're London-based and thinking of attending, you need to book here. More news about how it all went, and about the book itself, in a few days. Until then, below find a few slides from my presentation to see where I'm coming from (clearly, a substantial chunk of my talk concerns the history of palaeoart). And check out the glowing articles about All Yesterdays published online at io9, Mail Online and npr. Other reviews are online too; I'll point to them later. Oh, and you can BUY THE BOOK ITSELF here at lulu.

Some previous All Yesterdays thoughts here.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.

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