Miracle in Three Dimensions and Other Stories is published by Isle Books. This small press should be congratulated on bringing back into print the work of an underrated writer. C. L. Moore is best known for her Northwest Smith stories (an influence on Indiana Jones) and her marriage to another underrated writer, Henry Kuttner. Miracle in Three Dimensions brings stories long unavailable like “Doorway Into Time” and “Fruit of Knowledge” to a new audience. The production of this book was clearly a labor of love for editor, Ian Lohr. There’s a partial bibliography of C. L. Moore’s work included as well as a short biographical essay. At a mere $16.95 (less if you buy it on AMAZON) this volume delivers good value.