"The Girl Who Was Plugged In"

Title"The Girl Who Was Plugged In"
Year for Search1973
Authors[Sheldon], [Alice Bradley](1915-87)
Secondary AuthorsSilverberg, Robert(b. 1935)
Tertiary AuthorsTiptree, James Jr. [pseud.]
Secondary TitleNew Dimensions
Volume / Edition 3
Pagination60-97
Date Published1973
PublisherNelson Doubleday
Place PublishedGarden City, NY
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

A eutopia that outlaws any misrepresentation of a product (advertising) is being successfully undermined by corporate interests.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. New York: Tor, 1989. Tor Double bound with Vonda N[eel] McIntyre (b. 1948). Screwtop [Originally published in The Crystal Ship: Three Original Novellas of Science Fiction. Ed. Robert Silverberg (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 1976), 151-208]; in her Her Smoke Rose Up Forever ([Sauk City, WI:] Arkham House, 1990), 44-79; in Cybersex. Ed. Richard Glyn Jones (New York: Carroll & Graf, 1996), 178-213; in The Ultimate Cyberpunk. Ed. Pat Cadigan (New York: ibooks, 2002), 74-120; and in The James Tiptree Award Anthology 3. Ed. Karen Joy Fowler, Pat Murphy, Debbie Notkin, and Jeffrey D. Smith (San Francisco, CA: Tachyon Publications, 2007), 151-90.

Pseudonym

James Tiptree, Jr. [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

Female author (1915-87)

Full Text

1973 [Sheldon, Alice Bradley] (1915-87). “The Girl Who Was Plugged In.” By James Tiptree, Jr. [pseud.]. New Dimensions 3. Ed. Robert Silverberg (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, 1973), 60-97. Rpt. New York: Tor, 1989. Tor Double bound with Vonda N[eel] McIntyre (b. 1948). Screwtop [Originally published in The Crystal Ship: Three Original Novellas of Science Fiction. Ed. Robert Silverberg (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 1976), 151-208]; in her Her Smoke Rose Up Forever ([Sauk City, WI:] Arkham House, 1990), 44-79; in Cybersex. Ed. Richard Glyn Jones (New York: Carroll & Graf, 1996), 178-213; in The Ultimate Cyberpunk. Ed. Pat Cadigan (New York: ibooks, 2002), 74-120; and in The James Tiptree Award Anthology 3. Ed. Karen Joy Fowler, Pat Murphy, Debbie Notkin, and Jeffrey D. Smith (San Francisco, CA: Tachyon Publications, 2007), 151-90. O, PSt

A eutopia that outlaws any misrepresentation of a product (advertising) is being successfully undermined by corporate interests. Female author.