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Emily Shier Book Review: Ian Stewart’s “From Here to Infinity”

Write one yourself!

Would you like to write a guest post for Aleph Zero Categorical (AZC), the 21,256,158th most popular site (according to Alexa) on the Internet? If so, then you’re in luck! AZC is accepting posts on mathematics of an expository nature that should be understandable with a graduate-level background or less. Writing a guest post is a good way to do some blogging or writing without starting your own blog.

Although this blog focuses on algebra, AZC accepts posts on any mathematical topic whatsoever, with the following requirements:

  1. The ideal word length is 500-1500 words, though lengthier posts are good too as long as the length is justified.
  2. The post should be written in plain text, with math written in fragments of LaTeX2e, without special macros. For display equations, use double dollar signs. If the LaTeX isn’t quite right, I will gladly correct it so don’t worry too much about it.
  3. The post should be written in English with proper spelling and grammar.
  4. The accepted topics are: exposition of mathematics including recent results, well-known theorems, calculations, etc. in any area. Book reviews and posts about self-learning are also welcome.
  5. The material should be accessible!

Please send inquiries or drafts to:


As long as you have something well-written and correct, it will be published and will look like this guest post, with your name in big letters at the top. It’s your chance at immortality!

After submission, minimal editing for spelling, grammar, and LaTeX will be made, as well as a check for correctness, at which point you will be asked to approve the final edit, after which the post will appear on AZC.