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Radiolab fan? We are too.
We love NPR's Radiolab. If you haven't listened to it yet, you should. Check out several episodes featuring
The author Will Self and I appeared on stage together to discuss life, death, and what makes good writing.
I've had the good fortune to collaborate on stage a couple of times with author Philip Pullman.
Eagleman and Eno perform Sum
Brian Eno and I have twice performed a musical version of Sum, once at the Sydney Opera House, and once at the
"A popularizer of impressive gusto...[Eagleman] aims, grandly, to do for the study of the mind what Copernicus did for the study of the stars."
- New York Observer
"David Eagleman may be the best combination of scientist and fiction-writer alive."
- Stewart Brand
"David Eagleman is the kind of guy who really does make being a neuroscientist look like fun."
- New York Times
"[A] neuroscientist and polymath."
- Wall Street Journal
"David Eagleman offers startling lessons.... His method in both Sum and his new book, Incognito, is to ask us to cast off our lazy, commonplace assumptions."
- The Guardian
"Eagleman has a talent for testing the untestable, for taking seemingly sophomoric notions and using them to nail down the slippery stuff of consciousness."
- The New Yorker
"What Eagleman seems to be calling for is a new Enlightenment."
- Sunday Herald