"Birth Days"

Title"Birth Days"
Year for Search2003
AuthorsRyman, Geoff[rey Charles](b. 1951)
Secondary TitleInterzone
Volume / Edition no.188
Pagination5-10
Date PublishedApril 2003
KeywordsCanadian author, Male author, UK author, US author
Annotation

Dystopia and eutopia. Future in which the identification of homosexual genes allows such fetuses to be aborted. This is followed by the development of technology that allows homosexuals to give birth and the growth of large families of gay men and their children.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Twenty-First Annual Collection. Ed. Gardner [Raymond] Dozois (New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2004), 388-98; and in his Paradise Tales (Easthampton, MA: Small Beer Press, 2011), 47-61.

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Author Note

The author (b. 1951) was born in Canada and self-identifies as Canadian even though he has lived most of his life in the U. S. and the U. K.

Full Text

2003 Ryman, Geoff[rey Charles] (b. 1951). “Birth Days.” Interzone, no. 188 (April 2003): 5-10. Rpt. in The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Twenty-First Annual Collection. Ed. Gardner [Raymond] Dozois (New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2004), 388-98; and in Ryman’s Paradise Tales (Easthampton, MA: Small Beer Press, 2011), 47-61. PSt

Dystopia and eutopia. Future in which the identification of homosexual genes allows such fetuses to be aborted. This is followed by the development of technology that allows homosexuals to give birth and the growth of large families of gay men and their children. The author was born in Canada and self-identifies as Canadian even though he has lived most of his life in the U. S. and the U. K.