See the September 2017 issue of Scientific American for my article on the perennial and controversial question: “Is There a ‘Female’ Brain?” It’s part of a special issue on sex and gender you won’t want to miss.
Friendship: A Natural History (working title) will be published by W.W. Norton some time in 2019. Here’s the August 8, 2017 announcement in Publisher’s Marketplace: “Science journalist and I CAN HEAR YOU WHISPER author Lydia Denworth’s FRIENDSHIP: A Natural History, a new look at the sociobiological origins of friendship, from its evolutionary underpinnings in the animal world, to its indispensable role in humans’ ability to survive and thrive, to Quynh Do at Norton, by Dorian Karchmar at William Morris Endeavor (NA). Foreign: Janine Kamouh at WME UK: Matilda Forbes Watson at WME.”
October 6: Lydia will be speaking at Clarke Schools Philadelphia.
I Can Hear You Whisper is called “timely and rigorous . . . enthralling . . . tender and moving” in The New York Review of Books.
In June, Lydia was the Commencement speaker for CUNY Graduate Center’s Audiology Program and spoke to the Special Education Office of New York City’s Department of Education.
Lydia talked about sound, music and Deaf brains with John Schaefer on WNYC’s Soundcheck.
Lydia spent an hour talking about the book with Marty Moss-Coane on WHYY’s Radio Times.
I Can Hear You Whisper featured in People (May 12) and Parents (June)
I Can Hear You Whisper adapted on Time.com
I Can Hear You Whisper featured in The New York Times
Lydia and Alex featured on CBS This Morning
Lydia interviewed by Andy Borowitz on The Leonard Lopate Show
Lydia is first featured author in World Science Festival’s new Smart Reads column
I Can Hear You Whisper mentioned in Vanity Fair’s “Hot Type” (May)