"The Age of the Pussyfoot"

Title"The Age of the Pussyfoot"
Year for Search1965
AuthorsPohl, Frederik [George] [Jr.](1919-2013)
Secondary TitleGalaxy Magazine [Galaxy changed its name back to Galaxy Science Fiction with the 24.3 (February 1966) issue.]
Volume / Edition24.1 - 3
Pagination8-70, 158-94, 157-94
Date PublishedOctober 1965 - February 1966
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia with problems. In a pleasure-oriented future everyone has a personal computer that provides anything desired, at least for the wealthy. There is widespread drug use, leisure, sexual freedom, and immortality through freezing and resuscitation. While there are various conflicts that drive the plot, the ending is positive.

Additional Publishers

Exp. under the same title New York: Trident Press, 1969. Rpt. New York: Ballantine Books, 1969.

Holding Institutions

CSt, PSt

Author Note

(1919-2013)

Full Text

1965-66 Pohl, [Jr.], Frederik [George] (1919-2013). “The Age of the Pussyfoot.” Galaxy Magazine 24.1 - 3 (October 1965 - February 1966): 8-70, 158-94, 157-94. [Galaxy changed its name back to Galaxy Science Fiction with the 24.3 (February 1966) issue.] Exp. under the same title New York: Trident Press, 1969. Rpt. New York: Ballantine Books, 1969. CSt, PSt

Eutopia with problems. In a pleasure-oriented future everyone has a personal computer that provides anything desired, at least for the wealthy. There is widespread drug use, leisure, sexual freedom, and immortality through freezing and resuscitation. While there are various conflicts that drive the plot, the ending is positive.