✎ Q&A and coverage of PHALLACY at Scientific American in China [Mandarin].

✎ Coverage of PHALLACY in Smithsonian Magazine.
  • "The more scientists learn about penises, the more they realize how varied sex organs are. Just ask Emily Willingham, a biologist and journalist who’s been studying penises for over a decade. Her book, Phallacy: Life Lessons from the Animal Penis, hit shelves in September. Phallacy plunges readers into the wild and wacky world of animal genitalia while exploring the social and cultural significance of penises as symbols of power and identity." 

➤ Nerdette: Your Weekend Starts Here: Fleets, Sweets And Animal BLEEPs [the bleeps are penises, ofc]

🎥 Georgia Center for the Book at DPCLHealth & the Human Experience Author Q&A
  • Thursday, November 12, 1:30 Pacific VIDEO POSTING SOON

➤ Taboo Science Podcast: Episode 003, Penises (natch)
  • I talk with Ashley Hamer of Discover about, well, penises.
  • "How does the human penis measure up to the rest of the animal kingdom? What can the shape of the penis tell us about human mating? And what is up with society's obsession with the penis?"

✎ Review of PHALLACY in the New York Post (!!!), which I, um, didn't see coming. 
  • "For a thorough stroll through this portion of the biological world, there’s “Phallacy: Life Lessons from the Animal Penis” (Avery), out now, by science writer Emily Willingham. ... But, unlike all of these other animals, Willingham says, human genitals aren’t the most important organs when it comes to copulation. Rather, she writes, it’s the human mind that “deserves to be re-centered as the most fundamental element of our sexual behaviors.”

✎ Review of PHALLACY by Bethany Brookshire at Science News
  • "In Phallacy, biologist and science writer Emily Willingham takes readers on a historical, evolutionary and often hilarious tour of the penises of the planet. 'Nothing gets clicks like a story about dicks,' she writes. 'Even if it’s about a penis that’s 1.5 millimeters long and millions of years old.' Along the way, she puts the human penis into much-needed perspective."
➤ Talk Nerdy Podcast: A Conversation with Cara Santa Maria 
🎥 Facebook Live with Dr. Carin Anne Bondar
🎥 Webinar: Kavli Conversations on Science Communication NYU
  • Phallus Fallacies and Whale Snot: Writing About Weird Biology for More than Just Laughs: A conversation with Emily Willingham, Nick Caruso and Mara Grunbaum. 
  • Video here
✎ A great review of PHALLACY from one of my favorite writers, Aatish Bhatia
  • Only available to his Patreon subscribers, which is money well spent. He's also incredible at interactives and extremely clever enterprises he calls "web experiences." About PHALLACY, Bhatia writes: "... while on the surface this is a book about the biology of penises, it also a deeply feminist read that makes many important critiques of how male dominance has skewed our perspectives of science and society. Highly recommended."
Wall Street Journal
  • Review: ‘Phallacy: Life Lessons From the Animal Penis’ Review: Genitalia Tales. Science has diligently studied the male organ. The female? Not so much.
  • “If you like did-you-know books, and your tastes run a little outré, then PHALLACY is worth a look...Ms. Willingham has written an amusing book, willing to tackle pressing issues.”
Skepchick Podcast with Rebecca Watson
  • In which I answer the question, What's a penis?, among many other things.
Penguin Random House: This Is the Author Podcast
  • A podcast Q&A in which I talk about the experience of reading my audiobook and which person I would have loved for the job had I not done it myself.
WNPR: Audacious, with Chion Wolf
Perpetual Notion Machine, with Kai Brito, WORT
Last Word on Nothing
Our Opinions Are Correct Podcast
Ms Informed Podcast
🎥 Dragon Con Panel
Science for the People Podcast
Review, Medium
📖 The Quarantine Book Club! [event over! It was fun]

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