She fought for a place for women in science.
Art, poetry, and the fight against fascism.
“Beauty has no relation to price, rarity, or age.”
Suzanne Fischer on E.R. Eddison’s MISTRESS OF MISTRESSES
Well-behaved women seldom make history.
His YA novels fuse an erudite silliness with real menace.
She created the Regency Romance.
Suzanne Fischer on CALIFORNIA BRAILLE
His name is a watchword for the persecution of radical scientists.
Her theme was the wobble in the heart of the universe.
Science fiction inspired her to an incisive, productive anger.
Teleportation, space travel, and the id.
His constant concern was the other side of the dark mirror.
He empowered people to choose to be fooled, for a fee.
She rationalized factories and kitchens.
She found her most popular book untruthful.