Green Mars

TitleGreen Mars
Year for Search1993
AuthorsRobinson, Kim Stanley(b. 1952)
Date Published1993
PublisherHarperCollins
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Complex social science and science fiction about the terraforming of Mars and the growth of societies there. Mars is threatened by a dystopian Earth of corporate power and environmental degradation that hopes to exploit Mars’s resources rather than create healthy societies. Sequel to 1992 Robinson, Red Mars. See also 1996 Robinson, Blue Mars. Materials related to the trilogy were published as The Martians. New York: Bantam Books, 1999. U.K. edition. London: HarperCollins, 1999, which reprints his “Exploring Fossil Canyon.” Universe 12. Ed. Terry Carr (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1982), 26-47; “Sexual Dimorphism.” Asimov’s Science Fiction 23.6 (281) (June 1999): 28-39; and “A Martian Romance.” Asimov’s Science Fiction 23.10[/11] (285) (October-November 1999): 14-28.

Additional Publishers

U.S. ed. New York: Bantam Books, 1994. Based on a shorter piece of the same title in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 9.9 (September 1985): 112-82; rpt. in The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Third Annual Collection. Ed. Gardner [Raymond] Dozois (New York: Bluejay Books, 1986), 552-619 with an editor’s note on 551. Chapter one was also published as “A Martian Childhood.” Asimov’s Science Fiction 18.2 (212) (February 1994): 128-74. 

Info Notes

Materials related to the trilogy were published as The Martians. New York: Bantam Books, 1999. U.K. edition. London: HarperCollins, 1999.

Holding Institutions

Merril, PSt

Author Note

(b. 1952)

Full Text

1993 Robinson, Kim Stanley (b. 1952). Green Mars. . London: HarperCollins. U.S. ed. New York: Bantam Books. Based on a shorter piece of the same title in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 9.9 (September 1985): 112-82; rpt. in The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Third Annual Collection. Ed. Gardner [Raymond] Dozois (New York: Bluejay Books, 1986), 552-619 with an editor’s note on 551. Chapter one was also published as “A Martian Childhood.” Asimov’s Science Fiction 18.2 (212) (February 1994): 128-74. Merril, PSt

Complex social science and science fiction about the terraforming of Mars and the growth of societies there. Mars is threatened by a dystopian Earth of corporate power and environmental degradation that hopes to exploit Mars’s resources rather than create healthy societies. Sequel to 1992 Robinson, Red Mars. See also 1996 Robinson, Blue Mars. Materials related to the trilogy were published as The Martians. New York: Bantam Books, 1999. U.K. edition. London: HarperCollins, 1999, which reprints his “Exploring Fossil Canyon.” Universe 12. Ed. Terry Carr (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1982), 26-47; “Sexual Dimorphism.” Asimov’s Science Fiction 23.6 (281) (June 1999): 28-39; and “A Martian Romance.” Asimov’s Science Fiction 23.10[/11] (285) (October-November 1999): 14-28.