G4G-related print publications include the AK Peters (now CRC Press) Martin Gardner Tribute Books, the G4G Conference Gift Exchange books, and Martin Gardner-related posters. For high-resolution PDF versions of the G4G logo and G4G Celebration of Mind banners, look here.
The G4G Martin Gardner Tribute Books
- A Lifetime of Puzzles: A Collection of Puzzles in Honor of Martin Gardner’s 90th Birthday, Erik Demaine, Martin Demaine, and Thomas M. Rodgers (editors).
(ISBN-10: 1568812450; ISBN-13: 978-1568812458). October 2008.
- Homage to a Pied Puzzler, Ed Pegg Jr. and Alan Schoen (editors).
(ISBN-10: 1568813155; ISBN-13: 978-1568813158). February 2009.
- Mathematical Wizardry for a Gardner, Ed Pegg Jr. and Alan Schoen (editors).
(ISBN-10: 156881447X; ISBN-13: 978-1568814476). April 2009.
- Puzzlers’ Tribute: A Feast for the Mind, David Wolfe and Thomas M Rodgers (editors). (ISBN-10 1568811217; ISBN-13: 978-1568811215). December 2001.
- Tribute to a Mathemagician, Barry Cipra, Erik Demaine, Martin Demaine, and Thomas M Rodgers (editors). (ISBN-10: 1568812043; ISBN-13: 978-1568812045). November 2004.
- The Mathematician and the Pied Puzzler, Elwyn R Berlekamp and Thomas M Rodgers (editors). (ISBN-10: 156881075X; ISBN-13: 978-1568810751). March 1999.
The Mathematician and the Pied Puzzler is available for free download by special courtesy of CRC Press: (PDF, 2.4Mb, 251 pgs).
The G4G Gift Exchange Books
The G4G Gift Exchange is an integral part of the Gathering 4 Gardner meetings.
Each attendee is asked to participate in the G4G Gift Exchange. For the past Gatherings we have exchanged gifts, papers, puzzles, and other interesting artifacts between participants.
There are two ways to participate in the Gift Exchange. Participants either prepare a Physical Exchange item (typically a puzzle, a magic trick, artwork, or other physical artifact), or they submit an original article or paper to that conference’s G4G Exchange Book.
The G4G Exchange Book is for those who wish to submit papers as their exchange gift and also for those who wish to include descriptions, instructions, solutions etc. related to their physical gifts. The book is “self-published” in that the contributor pays for his or her own submission on a per page basis. The length of submissions is self regulated by content and the submitter’s budget. For example, the G4G7 Exchange Book (produced in 2006) was over 700 pages in 2 volumes. The longest submission was 55 pages and the shortest 1 page.
Copies the G4G Exchange books are published by the G4G Foundation and are distributed to conference attendees later, after all submissions have been received and the books are manufactured.
Exchange Books for G4G7 and G4G8
G4G Celebration of Mind banners and the official G4G logo
High-resolution PDF versions of the official G4G logo and G4G Celebration of Mind banners can be found here.
Martin Gardner Posters
We’re pleased to announce the availability of a series of Martin Gardner posters—see the example below. Links to all the posters (in PNG and PDF formats) appear below it. A slideshow of all the posters is available here).
Martin Gardner and the Popularization of Mathematics
Complete list of Martin Gardner Posters