A prolific fiction writer as well as a well-regarded physicist, Alan Lightman has a lengthy and impressive resume. While he is most widely known for his international best seller, Einstein’s Dreams (Pantheon Books, 1993), he has published numerous other novels, including The Diagnosis (Pantheon Books, 2000), a finalist for the National Book Award.

Learn more about this fascinating man, and how he uses both his artist/novelist side and his MIT Physics Professor side, in an interview in the Digital Edition of the Fall 2018 Issue of WellesleyWeston Magazine.