The Chandler Davis Online Archive
Essays and Fiction by Horace Chandler Davis
June 2010: Aqueduct Press, a small feminist publishing house in Seattle, releases its first male-authored book, It Walks in Beauty: Selected Prose of Chandler Davis, edited and introduced by Josh Lukin. The volume contains four essays, five stories, two letters, a speech, and an interview by the great civil libertarian and peace activist and Red Scare survivor and mathematician Horace Chandler Davis as well as three explanatory essays by Josh Lukin offering more context than anyone could ever imagine having wanted. This site is created by Josh Lukin with support from Ray Davis (no relation) to accommodate several essays and stories by Professor Davis that didn't fit in the book. All of the site's shortcomings are Josh Lukin's fault.
To Still the Drums
The Journey and the Goal
"Cold War Masculinity in the Early Work of Kate Wilhelm"
Interview with Samuel Delany
Interview with L. Timmel Duchamp
Samuel Delany Profile
Josh's previous book
Related books from Aqueduct
The Red Rose Rages (Bleeding)
Writing the Other: A Practical Approach
Narrative Power: Encounters, Celebrations, Struggles
The Secret Feminist Cabal: A Cultural History of SF Feminisms