JAMES, Jamie. American. Genres: Sciences. Career: Former staff member, Discover magazine; music critic, London Times; contributor, Connoisseur magazine. Publications: (with D. Soren) Kourion: The Search for a Lost Roman City, 1988; (with R. Ciochon and J. Olsen) Other Origins: The Search for the Giant Ape in Human Prehistory, 1990; The Music of the Spheres: Music, Sciences, and the Natural Order of the Universe, 1993; (with D. Weeks) Eccentrics: A Study of Sanity and Strangeness, 1995. Address: 10497 Wolfanger Rd, Wayland, NY 14572, U.S.A.
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