Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was one of the first Industrial Age science fiction novels. But what was the inspiration for the Monster in that book? On this episode of Inquiry, we talk with artist and writer LITA JUDGE about her new book that explores Mary’s Shelley’s dark and painful life in illustrations and verse. Judge’s new book is titled MARY’S MONSTER: LOVE, MADNESS, AND HOW MARY SHELLEY CREATED FRANKENSTEIN.
Inquiry welcomes back TOM KOCH, Adjunct Professor of Medical Geography at the University of British Columbia. We will be discussing his new book: ETHICS IN EVERYDAY PLACES: MAPPING MORAL STRESS, DISTRESS, AND INJURY.