Healer

TitleHealer
Year for Search1976
AuthorsWilson, F[rancis] Paul(b. 1946)
Tertiary AuthorsWilson, F. Paul
Date Published1976
PublisherDoubleday & Co
Place PublishedGarden City, NY
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Mostly science fiction adventure, but it includes a “neo-anarchist” eutopia. See also 1989 Wilson. Three non-utopian sequels are “Wheels Within Wheels.” Analog Science Fiction--Science Fact 88.1 (September 1971): 8-49; rev. as Wheels Within Wheels: A Novel of the LaNague Federation. New York: Doubleday, 1978; U.K. ed. London: Sidgewick and Jackson, 1980; rev. ed. Akron, OH: infrapress, 2005, with the addition of “Preface to Wheels Within Wheels (v-vii) and two stories: “Higher Centers” (187-99) [rev. from its original publication illus. Vincent Di Fate in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.2 (April 1971): 149-60]; and “The Man With the Anteater” (201-11) [rev. from its original publication illus. Kelly Freas in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.5 (July 1971): 57-66]; An Enemy of the State [cover adds the subtitle A Novel of the La Nague Federation]. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1980. Rpt. New York: Berkley, 1984; rev. ed. Akron, OH: infrapress, 2001, with a “Preface” (i-iii) and the addition of two stories: “Ratman” (281-98) [originally published illus. Vincent Di Fate in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.6 (August 1971)]: 149-64; and “Lipidlrggin’” (299-307 [originally published in Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 2.4 (7) (May-June 1978): 137-]; and The Tery. New York: Baen Books, 1990.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. Lancaster, PA: Stealth Press, 2001; and Akron, OH: Infrapress, 2005. U.K. ed. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1977. Part was published as “Pard” Analog Science Fiction--Science Fact 90.4 (December 1972): 137-67. Rpt. in his The Tery (New York: Baen Books, 1990), 191-246.

Info Notes

Three non-utopian sequels are “Wheels Within Wheels.” Analog Science Fiction--Science Fact 88.1 (September 1971): 8-49; rev. as Wheels Within Wheels: A Novel of the LaNague Federation. New York: Doubleday, 1978; U.K. ed. London: Sidgewick and Jackson, 1980; rev. ed. Akron, OH: infrapress, 2005, with the addition of “Preface to Wheels Within Wheels (v-vii) and two stories: “Higher Centers” (187-99) [rev. from its original publication illus. Vincent Di Fate in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.2 (April 1971): 149-60]; and “The Man With the Anteater” (201-11) [rev. from its original publication illus. Kelly Freas in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.5 (July 1971): 57-66]; An Enemy of the State [cover adds the subtitle A Novel of the La Nague Federation]. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1980. Rpt. New York: Berkley, 1984; rev. ed. Akron, OH: infrapress, 2001, with a “Preface” (i-iii) and the addition of two stories: “Ratman” (281-98) [originally published illus. Vincent Di Fate in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.6 (August 1971)]: 149-64; and “Lipidlrggin’” (299-307 [originally published in Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 2.4 (7) (May-June 1978): 137-]; and The Tery. New York: Baen Books, 1990.

Holding Institutions

Merril, O

Author Note

The author (b. 1946) is a medical doctor.

Full Text

1976 Wilson, F[rancis] Paul (b. 1946). Healer. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co. Rpt. Lancaster, PA: Stealth Press, 2001; and Akron, OH: Infrapress, 2005. U.K. ed. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1977. Part was published as “Pard” Analog Science Fiction--Science Fact 90.4 (December 1972): 137-67. Rpt. in his The Tery (New York: Baen Books, 1990), 191-246. Merril, O

Mostly science fiction adventure, but it includes a “neo-anarchist” eutopia. See also 1989 Wilson. Three non-utopian sequels are “Wheels Within Wheels.” Analog Science Fiction--Science Fact 88.1 (September 1971): 8-49; rev. as Wheels Within Wheels: A Novel of the LaNague Federation. New York: Doubleday, 1978; U.K. ed. London: Sidgewick and Jackson, 1980; rev. ed. Akron, OH: infrapress, 2005, with the addition of “Preface to Wheels Within Wheels (v-vii) and two stories: “Higher Centers” (187-99) [rev. from its original publication illus. Vincent Di Fate in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.2 (April 1971): 149-60]; and “The Man With the Anteater” (201-11) [rev. from its original publication illus. Kelly Freas in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.5 (July 1971): 57-66]; An Enemy of the State [cover adds the subtitle A Novel of the La Nague Federation]. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1980. Rpt. New York: Berkley, 1984; rev. ed. Akron, OH: infrapress, 2001, with a “Preface” (i-iii) and the addition of two stories: “Ratman” (281-98) [originally published illus. Vincent Di Fate in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 87.6 (August 1971)]: 149-64; and “Lipidlrggin’” (299-307 [originally published in Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 2.4 (7) (May-June 1978): 137-]; and The Tery. New York: Baen Books, 1990.