Today in PLOS ONE, Prieto-Márquez and Wagner rearrange the oft-tragically reconstructed “unicorn spike” of Tsintaosaurus into a glorious piece of headgear, with a lambeosaurin-style cockscomb crest flaring up from the top of a parasaurolophin-style hollow crest.
On Friday evening, author Anne Weaver and I attended the gala dinner for the annual New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards. This year, authors, publishers, and other bibliophiles reviewed 1200 entries for awards in 50 categories. Our book, Children of Time, was selected as a finalist for 3 awards: Anthropology/Archeology, Juvenile Book, and Science, and we’re thrilled to announce that it was selected as a winner in the Juvenile and Science categories!
It takes a huge amount of effort to make a book like this happen. Big thanks to Anne Weaver and the talented editors and designers at UNM Press for inviting me to be a part of this!
A complete list of this year’s winners is available here. Children of Time is available from UNM Press, your favorite local bookstore, or Amazon. Cross-posted (in part) at children-of-time.com.