Schrödinger’s Wife (and other possibilities)

Schrödinger's Wife (and other possibilities)

by  Pippa Goldschmidt
MIT Press / Goldsmiths Press
Paperback, 248pp.

The stories in Schrödinger’s Wife (and other possibilities) travel through laboratories, observatories, rockets, hotel rooms, hospitals, out to the Antarctic and into outer space, following the trails of women scientists, technicians, patients, doctors and spouses in their encounters with some of the most extraordinary aspects of modern science.

The book cover plays on the infamous scientist Schrödinger and his many-words interpretation of quantum mechanics. His wife, the undervalued protagonist of the title story, imagines her own alternative lives.

Cover illustration Heather Ryerson
Series design Kir
Series Gold SF

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