NAS Members: Published Anything Lately?

Ashley Thorne

Cross posted from www.NAS.org

NAS members, have you published books or articles in the last year? Let us know. We'd love to highlight your work in our weekly email newsletter. We want to bring it to the attention of your NAS friends and colleagues. If you have a book or article in the works, let us know when it comes out.

Note, we are interested in specialized scholarly and scientific publications as well as writing aimed at more general audiences. Novels and poems count too - and if you have a blog we will also mention that.

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