The month may be long gone already, but the words live on.
Notably, J.M. Sidorova’s “Galileo Day” is live at Albedo 2.0. It’s an alternate history story that takes place seventy years after Galileo was acquitted, in a 1633 in which cathedrals are fitted with telescopes, and monasteries throughout the Holy Roman Empire are busy doing science.
More to come in June . . . I trust.