Physics for Rock Stars is a clever, wryly passionate homage to the beauty of physics. It’s also a memoir of a Catholic girlhood, and that makes for a strange mix, but it works. Think Tobias Wolff meets Richard Feynman, only female.

Dan Coffey, Public Radio's Dr. Science

In Physics for Rock Stars, Christine McKinley presents science as performance art. She shows us how to use physics to perform fancy microphone throws, escape from a sinking car with outfit intact, discover your true identity, stop pointlessly spinning your wheels, handle chaos, and keep secrets.

K.C. Cole, Author of Something Incredibly Wonderful Happens: Frank Oppenheimer and his Astonishing Exploratorium

Christine on KOPB's Think out Loud, talking about the nerdy joy of engineering.


    And now in Chinese!    


And now in Chinese!


Now in Chinese!