Sci-fi from the overlooked 1904–33 era.
Published today by MIT Press!
What’s new with MIT Press’s RADIUM AGE series.
By: Joshua Glenn
The twenty-fifth year of the Radium Age
By: Julian Huxley
Not a necropolis, but a histopolis.
By: Thomas Thornely
Thy last dread secret, Nature! keep…
By: Max Brand
His brown eyes blazed, changed, and filled with yellow fires.
By: A. Merritt
“I crawled up and up.”
The twenty-fourth year of the Radium Age.
“I should call this the Institute of Religious Tissue Culture.”
“He looks to me sort of queer — sort of different.”
“I rushed up and past that unseen Horror.”
Year twenty-three of the Radium Age
Why not take the opportunity of doing a little research work?
“He’s been taught not to fight.”
“Their whispering grew into a chant.”