"Destiny Times Three"

Title"Destiny Times Three"
Year for Search1945
AuthorsLeiber, Fritz [Reuter] [Jr.](1910-92)
Secondary TitleAstounding Science Fiction (New York)
Volume / Edition35.1 -2
Pagination6-55; 140-72, 174-77
Date PublishedMarch - April 1945
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

The future earth is split into three. One is a flawed utopia, which is supposed to be peaceful and joyful, but is stagnant; one is an authoritarian dystopia; and one is a destroyed landscape ruled by intelligent cats.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Five Science Fiction Novels. Comp. Martin Greenberg (New York: Gnome Press, 1952), 110-203); as Galaxy Novel 28. New York: Galaxy Publishing Corp., 1952; and in Binary Star # 1 (New York: Dell, 1978), 7-150. The most recent reprint has an “Afterword” by Norman Spinrad (150-55).

Author Note

(1910-92)

Full Text

1945 Leiber, Fritz [Reuter, Jr.] (1910-92). “Destiny Times Three.” Astounding Science Fiction (New York) 35.1 -2 (March - April 1945): 6-55; 140-72, 174-77. Rpt. in Five Science Fiction Novels. Comp. Martin Greenberg (New York: Gnome Press, 1952), 110-203); as Galaxy Novel 28. New York: Galaxy Publishing Corp., 1952; and in Binary Star # 1 (New York: Dell, 1978), 7-150. The most recent reprint has an “Afterword” by Norman Spinrad (150-55).

The future earth is split into three. One is a flawed utopia, which is supposed to be peaceful and joyful, but is stagnant; one is an authoritarian dystopia; and one is a destroyed landscape ruled by intelligent cats.