After Worlds Collide

TitleAfter Worlds Collide
Year for Search1933
AuthorsBalmer, Edwin (1883-1959), and Wylie, Philip [Gordon](1902-71)
Secondary TitleBlue Book Magazine (New York)
Volume / Edition58.1 - 58.6
Pagination6-31; 28-48; 50-69; 42-62; 36-59; 70-92
Date PublishedNovember 1933 – April 1934
PublisherStokes
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Sequel to their When Worlds Collide [(New York: Stokes, 1933. Originally published Illus. Joseph Franké in Blue Book Magazine (New York) 55.5 - 56.4 (September 1932 – February 1933): 6-29; 32-52; 30-52; 32-55; 50-73; 122-49]. Rpt. New York: Frederick. A. Stokes, 1933. Rpt. Chicago, IL: A. L. Burt, 1933; New York: Paperback Library, 1962. A 1951 film of When Worlds Collide was directed by Rudolph Maté (1898-1964) with a screenplay by Sydney Boehm (1908-90). When Worlds Collide shows preparations for leaving Earth prior to its collision with another planet and the successful landing on another planet. The After Worlds Collide shows the first period on that planet, the discovery of the cities of its previous inhabitants, with some suggestion that they had produced a eutopian society, and conflict with a dystopian society of “Asiatics” and Russians who had also escaped Earth and established a society based on slavery.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1934. Rpt. New York: Paperback Library, 1963. Separately paged with When Worlds Collide as Philip [Gordon] Wylie and Edwin Balmer, When Worlds Collide. Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott, 1961; and Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999, with an “Introduction” by John Varley (v-ix).

Illustration

Illus. Joseph Franké

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

Balmer (1883-1959) Wylie (1902-71)

Full Text

1933-34 Balmer, Edwin (1883-1959) and Philip [Gordon] Wylie (1902-71). “After Worlds Collide.” Illus. Joseph Franké. Blue Book Magazine (New York) 58.1 - 58.6 (November 1933 – April 1934): 6-31; 28-48; 50-69; 42-62; 36-59; 70-92. Rpt. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1934. Rpt. New York: Paperback Library, 1963. Separately paged with When Worlds Collide as Philip [Gordon] Wylie and Edwin Balmer, When Worlds Collide. Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott, 1961; and Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999, with an “Introduction” by John Varley (v-ix). PSt

Sequel to their When Worlds Collide [(New York: Stokes, 1933. Originally published Illus. Joseph Franké in Blue Book Magazine (New York) 55.5 - 56.4 (September 1932 – February 1933): 6-29; 32-52; 30-52; 32-55; 50-73; 122-49]. Rpt. New York: Frederick. A. Stokes, 1933. Rpt. Chicago, IL: A. L. Burt, 1933; New York: Paperback Library, 1962. A 1951 film of When Worlds Collide was directed by Rudolph Maté (1898-1964) with a screenplay by Sydney Boehm (1908-90). When Worlds Collide shows preparations for leaving Earth prior to its collision with another planet and the successful landing on another planet. The After Worlds Collide shows the first period on that planet, the discovery of the cities of its previous inhabitants, with some suggestion that they had produced a eutopian society, and conflict with a dystopian society of “Asiatics” and Russians who had also escaped Earth and established a society based on slavery.