Sci-fi from the overlooked 1904–33 era.
By: J. Schlossel
They were massing for one supreme attack.
By: Jean Toomer
“telephone the power-house / that the main wires are insulate…”
By: John Buchan
“He tried to show me what he called the ‘involution of Space.'”
Once more the invaders stormed Titan.
By: John Lehmann
“Guaranteed to finish dead as mutton.”
“Space is not an empty homogeneous medium…”
They came in countless hordes.
By: Valery Bryusov
“Electrical moons are twinkling / On curving and delicate bands…”
“I mean just empty, void, nothing but blank aether.”
It had not been blind chance that had steered this body toward the solar system.
“Wasn’t he some sort of mathematical professor?”
The suns grow old and die.
By: Irma Valeria
“making way for the life of infinite horizons…”
By: Lilith Lorraine
“The last stand of the old savage instincts…”
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