Even More Naked Singularity

I have been informed that A Naked Singularity is now beginning to attract an audience down under–you’ll find a review on the blog Known Unknowns, the author of which also featured the book on his radio show. (And if you look at the blogger’s “now reading” sidebar, he knows from big books: Witz by Joshua Cohen, Zone by Mathias Enard.)

Seems that in the past couple weeks, every time I turn around someone is praising this book. It’s rather thrilling to see what the power of the blog can do every now and then. Here’s Scott Bryan Wilson’s original review in The Quarterly Conversation, which got this all started.

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