The Uncertainty Principle: Essays on Conception, Infertility, Birth, and Quantum Mechanics by Joel Wachman

The Uncertainty Principle: Essays by Joel Wachman

The Uncertainty Principle:
Essays on Conception, Infertility, Birth, and Quantum Mechanics
Essays by Joel Wachman


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About The Uncertainty Principle

• Essays on Conception, Infertility, Birth, and Quantum Mechanics
• Published by Alternating Current Press
• 5” x 8” Perfectbound Trade Paperback
• Cream Paper, 146 Pages
• Print ISBN-13: 978-1-946580-23-8
• First Edition: February 2021
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About Joel Wachman

JOEL WACHMAN’s essays have won awards from Alternating Current Press and Sycamore Review and a runner-up place for the Wabash Award. His work has been published in Harvard Review, the Boston Globe, two anthologies from Universal Table Press, and elsewhere. His father was a scientist and his mother a schoolteacher, so naturally he became a critical thinker who loves literature. After earning a Bachelors in Cognitive Science at Harvard and a Masters at the MIT Media Laboratory, he spent a decade in Paris. There, he published a series of chapbooks, Par Avion, which was sold by bouquinistes along the Seine. Now working as a computer scientist, Joel builds information systems for a research institute that develops treatments for cancer. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Cover design by Leah Angstman. Interior artwork created by Bun Art and Tati Bordiu.






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