"All This and Heaven Too."

Title"All This and Heaven Too."
Year for Search1985
Authors[Sheldon], [Alice Bradley](1915-87)
Tertiary AuthorsJames Tiptree Jr. [pseud.]
Secondary TitleIsaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine
Volume / Edition9.13
Pagination30-34, 36-38, 40-42, 44-50, 52, 54-56, 58-60, 62-64
Date PublishedMid-December 1985
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

A humorous story set in an ecological eutopia, Ecologia-Bella, that is contrasted with an environmental dystopia, Pluvia-Acida. The eutopia uses clean electric power, has full employment, and the people care for the land, the flora and fauna, and each other. The dystopia is capitalist with a high rate of industrial accidents, extreme pollution, no trees, little vegetation, and a good supply, of rats and cockroaches but few other animals.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in her Crown of Stars (New York: Tor, 1988), 96-129. U. K. ed. (London: Sphere, 1990), 96-129.

Illustration

Illus. Daniel R. Horne

Pseudonym

James Tiptree, Jr. [pseud.].

Holding Institutions

Merril, PSt

Author Note

Female author (1915-87).

Full Text

1985 [Sheldon, Alice Bradley] (1915-87). “All This and Heaven Too.” By James Tiptree, Jr. [pseud.]. Illus. Daniel R. Horne. Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 9.13 (Mid-December 1985): 30-34, 36-38, 40-42, 44-50, 52, 54-56, 58-60, 62-64. Rpt. in her Crown of Stars (New York: Tor, 1988), 96-129. U. K. ed. (London: Sphere, 1990), 96-129. Merril, PSt

A humorous story set in an ecological eutopia, Ecologia-Bella, that is contrasted with an environmental dystopia, Pluvia-Acida. The eutopia uses clean electric power, has full employment, and the people care for the land, the flora and fauna, and each other. The dystopia is capitalist with a high rate of industrial accidents, extreme pollution, no trees, little vegetation, and a good supply, of rats and cockroaches but few other animals. Female author.