"The Climbing Wave"

Title"The Climbing Wave"
Year for Search1955
AuthorsBradley, Marion Zimmer(1930-99)
Secondary TitleThe Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
Volume / Edition 8.2 (45)
Pagination3-55
Date PublishedFebruary 1955
ISSN Number00024-984X
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

Anarchist eutopia with a balanced and sustainable attitude toward technology and the environment. Live in small communities. Traditional gender roles. The story is about the crew of a spacecraft that returns to the Earth after hundreds of years and their response to the situation they find.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Science Fantasy (U. K.) 7.19 (1956): 2-60; in If This Goes On. Ed. Charles Nuetzel (Beverly Hills, CA: Book Company of America, [1965]), 172-240; and in The Best of Marion Zimmer Bradley. Ed. Martin H[arry] Greenberg (Chicago, IL: Academy Chicago, 1985), 50-120

Holding Institutions

MoU-St, PSt

Author Note

Female author (1930-99).

Full Text

1955 Bradley, Marion Zimmer (1930-99). “The Climbing Wave.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 8.2 (45) (February 1955): 3-55. Rpt. in Science Fantasy (U. K.) 7.19 (1956): 2-60; in If This Goes On. Ed. Charles Nuetzel (Beverly Hills, CA: Book Company of America, [1965]), 172-240; and in The Best of Marion Zimmer Bradley. Ed. Martin H[arry] Greenberg (Chicago, IL: Academy Chicago, 1985), 50-120. MoU-St, PSt

Anarchist eutopia with a balanced and sustainable attitude toward technology and the environment. Live in small communities. Traditional gender roles. The story is about the crew of a spacecraft that returns to the Earth after hundreds of years and their response to the situation they find.