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If you would like me to speak at your event or book me for television or radio, please contact my agent Vicki McIvor at Take Three Management (Email:, Telephone: 020 7209 3777)

I have spoken at Google in San Francisco, the Edinburgh International Book Festival and at dozens of literary festivals, science events, conferences and schools across Europe, the US and Asia. 

I also commentate on issues surrounding science, politics, feminism and religion. I've appeared as a guest on Radio 4's TodayStart the Week, A Good Read, Front RowI have also given training and lectures at Imperial College London, City University, The Royal Literary Fund and Guardian Masterclasses.

Where To Find Me Next

18th April 2018
Coventry Skeptics in the Pub: Explaining how science got women wrong. Copies of Inferior will be available to buy, and I will sign them for you. Details to come.

4th April 2018
Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey: A book talk for students and staff, starting at 4pm.

21st March 2018
St Olave's Grammar School, Orpington: A book talk for students and staff only, in south east London.

7th March 2018
Rosalind Franklin Lecture 2018: A talk hosted by Humanists UK to mark International Women's Day, exploring the role of women in science, secularism and humanism. More details to come.

20th February 2018
UCL Centre for Engineering Education: As part of a regular 'in conversation' series, I'll be discussing the themes in my new book Inferior, from 7pm. To register your free place, sign up online.

24th-29th January 2018
Jaipur Literature Festival: One of the most spectacular literary festivals in the world, held in the Diggi Palace in Jaipur, India. Details to come.

15th-17th December 2017
Times LitFest Mumbai: An enormous celebration of literature, to be held at the Mehboob Studios in Bandra. Details will be available soon on the festival website.

6th December 2017
South Hampstead High School: A private evening talk on women and science for parents and pupils.

29th November 2017
Science Museum Lates: As part of a special evening to mark the launch of the London Science Museum's Illuminating India exhibition, a discussion exploring the themes in my book, Geek Nation. Details will be available online soon.

24th-26th November 2017
Being a Man Festival: A festival at the Southbank Centre in London, exploring the challenges and pressures of masculine identity today. Tickets and details available here.

18th and 19th November 2017
Miami Book FairSpeaking about my new book Inferior in downtown Miami, at one of America's premier literary festivals. Details will be available online closer to the time.

14th November 2017
From Research to Frontpage, Norway: A morning seminar on what makes a good science story at the Research Council at Lysaker in Oslo. Details (in Norwegian) available here.

9th November 2017
Putney High School: A talk for students and staff, with a free signed copy for the best question. Please contact the school directly for more information.

6th November 2017
Gate Theatre, Notting Hill: A discussion of the play, Suzy Storck, exploring issues of motherhood and maternal instinct. Tickets are available on the theatre's website.

15th October 2017
Ilkley Literature Festival: Speaking at 4pm at the Clarke Foley Centre, as part of the largest and oldest literature festival in the north of England. Tickets are available on the website.

11th October 2017
King's College London: Part of a programme of talks and events between 2pm and 4pm to mark Ada Lovelace Day. Everything will take place in the Edmond J Safra Lecture theatre on King's Strand Campus. Details are available on the website.

10th October 2017
4th Estate Literary Salon: Discussing work and gender with author Otegha Uwagba and television presenter June Sarpong, at The Book Club in east London. Event starts at 7pm. Tickets are available through the Eventbrite page.

7th October 2017
Kensington Community Science Programme: Speaking in conversation with the Guardian's Rhiannon Cosslett at 5pm about the themes in Inferior, at the Mayor’s Parlour, Kensington Town Hall on Hornton Street. Register to attend here.

7th October 2017
Waterstones, Gower Street: As part of The Great Magazine Weekend, in conversation with New Humanist editor Daniel Trilling, about my new book, Inferior. Starting at 1.45pm. Details and tickets available here.

30th September 2017
New Scientist Live: Speaking in a panel debate on science and gender, with a panel of experts including author Sue Black. Details on how to book are available on the website.

27th September 2017
FT Women at the Top Summit: Speaking at this all-day conference, which aims to tackle gender imbalance in the top ranks of UK business. Register online to attend.
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