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Release Date of Nate Silver's 2nd Book

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Nate Silver is the founder and editor in chief of FiveThirtyEight and the author of 2012's “The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail — But Some Don’t.”

On April 8th, 2021, Nate stated: "I guess I can't formally announce this new book yet because we haven't signed the contract yet, but I've had encouraging conversations with my agent and publisher and have a strong inkling for the direction I want to go for my second book."

When will Nate Silver release his 2nd book?

The first date on which a book authored primarily or solely by Nate Silver is officially released (i.e. available in bookstores or shipped to public customers for the first time).

This will likely be resolved via the release date shown on Amazon US, but may resolve earlier if there is evidence that the book will be shipped earlier via some other method available to the entire public (i.e. directly via a website credibly linked to Nate Silver).

Pre-sale dates, pre-release contests not available to everyone in the public, or the like will not count toward resolution. This question will not resolve until the date of release has arrived and there is no evidence of any delay in the release date.

Chapters or similar contributions written by Silver in a book or other medium where he is not the sole author will not count toward resolution.

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