Published today by MIT Press!
By: Joshua Glenn
Year fourteen of the Radium Age.
Year thirteen of the Radium Age
The eleventh year of the Radium Age
By: Arthur Conan Doyle
“Good God! It is incredible!”
“I am a busy man with many calls, and my methods have to be short and direct.”
“Then the subjective becomes objective and we can say confidently that we have reached our goal.”
“No, he cannot understand. But he should trust.”
“She no ask for food. She verra ill. She need doctor.”
“One forms provisional theories and waits for time or fuller knowledge to explode them.”
“A fall in childhood and a twisted spine, Mr. Holmes. But the dearest, most loving heart within.”
“It was she — she beyond all question — who had drunk the poor baby’s blood.”
“The world is big enough for us. No ghosts need apply.”
From LAFCADIO’S ADVENTURES and BRANSFORD IN ARCADIA to AT THE EARTH’S CORE