"Carpe Diem"

Title"Carpe Diem"
Year for Search1989
AuthorsKernaghan, Eileen [Shirley Monk](b. 1939)
Secondary TitleOn Spec: The Canadian Magazine of the Fantastic
Volume / Edition1.2
Pagination6-12
Date PublishedFall 1989
KeywordsCanadian author, Female author
Annotation

Concern with health develops into a dystopia of involuntary euthanasia.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Tesseracts3. Ed. Candas Jane Dorsey and Gerry Truscott (Victoria, BC, Canada: Porcépic Books, 1990), 197-206; in Northern Stars: The Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction. Ed. David G. Hartwell and Glenn Grant (New York: Tor, 1994), 275-81;  and in Aurora Awards: An Anthology of Prize-Winning Science Fiction & Fantasy [At the head of the title Award-Winning Canadian Fiction]. Ed. Edo van Belkom (Kingston, ON, Canada: Quarry Press, 1999), 18-25.

Holding Institutions

Can, Merril

Author Note

Canadian female author (b. 1939).

Full Text

1989 Kernaghan, Eileen [Shirley Monk] (b. 1939). “Carpe Diem.” On Spec: The Canadian Magazine of the Fantastic 1.2 (Fall 1989): 6-12. Rpt. in Tesseracts3. Ed. Candas Jane Dorsey and Gerry Truscott (Victoria, BC, Canada: Porcépic Books, 1990), 197-206; in Northern Stars: The Anthology of Canadian Science Fiction. Ed. David G. Hartwell and Glenn Grant (New York: Tor, 1994), 275-81; and in Aurora Awards: An Anthology of Prize-Winning Science Fiction & Fantasy [At the head of the title Award-Winning Canadian Fiction]. Ed. Edo van Belkom (Kingston, ON, Canada: Quarry Press, 1999), 18-25. Can, Merril

Concern with health develops into a dystopia of involuntary euthanasia. Canadian female author.