"It's a Sunny Day"

Title"It's a Sunny Day"
Year for Search1976
AuthorsRobinson, Spider(b. 1948)
Secondary TitleGalaxy Science Fiction
Volume / Edition37.1
Pagination60-72
Date PublishedJanuary 1976
KeywordsCanadian author, Male author, US author
Annotation

Dystopia and eutopia contrasting two planets, an overpopulated urban society where efficiency is the norm and an agricultural society where enjoying life is the norm.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Axiom 3.6 (November/December 1977): 42-45, 49-51, 57-58; and in Visions From the Edge: An Anthology of Atlantic Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy. Ed. John Bell and Lesley Choyce (Porters Lake, NS, Canada: Pottersfield Press, 1981), 193-202 with an editor’s note on 192.

Holding Institutions

Can, Merril, PSt

Author Note

The author (b. 1948) was born in the U. S. and moved to Canada in 1973.

Full Text

1976 Robinson, Spider (b.1948). “It’s a Sunny Day.” Galaxy Science Fiction 37.1 (January 1976): 60-72. Rpt. in Axiom 3.6 (November/December 1977): 42-45, 49-51, 57-58; and in Visions From the Edge: An Anthology of Atlantic Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy. Ed. John Bell and Lesley Choyce (Porters Lake, NS, Canada: Pottersfield Press, 1981), 193-202 with an editor’s note on 192. Can, Merril, PSt

Dystopia and eutopia contrasting two planets, an overpopulated urban society where efficiency is the norm and an agricultural society where enjoying life is the norm. The author was born in the U. S. and moved to Canada in 1973.