Review: The Revolutionary Genius of Plants

The Revolutionary Genius of Plants: A New Understanding of Plant Intelligence and Behavior by Stefano Mancuso My rating: 5 of 5 stars Stefano Mancuso, an authority on plant neurobiology, begins by showing how plants can remember things, although they don’t have a brain. They can move, although they have no muscles. They can imitate items … Continue reading Review: The Revolutionary Genius of Plants

Texas Library Association: “Semiosis” is “a pleasure to read”

I lived in Austin, Texas, in the late 1990s — not for very long, sadly, but long enough to be improved some and to be legally entitled to say “y’all.” So I’m excited that the Texas Library Association has included Semiosis in its 2019 list of outstanding fiction that merits special attention from adult readers. … Continue reading Texas Library Association: “Semiosis” is “a pleasure to read”