"Kay and Phil"

Title"Kay and Phil"
Year for Search1994
AuthorsSussex, Lucy [Jane](b. 1957)
Secondary AuthorsMcNamara, Peter, and Winch, Margaret
Secondary TitleAlien Shores: An Anthology of Australian Science Fiction
Pagination313-33
Date Published1994
PublisherAphelion Publications
Place PublishedNorth Adelaide, SA
KeywordsAotearoa/New Zealand author, Australian author, Female author
Annotation

Katharine [Penelope Cade] Burdekin (1896-1963) visits her dystopia, Swastika Night (1937) with Philip K[indred] Dick (1928-82) when he was working on The Man in a High Castle (1962).

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women. Ed. A. Susan Williams and Richard Glyn Jones (London: Viking, 1995), 533-53; in her A Tour Guide in Utopia (Parramatta, NSW, Australia: MirrorDanse Editions, 2005), 116-39; in her Absolute Uncertainty: Short Fiction (Seattle, WA: Aqueduct Press, 2006), 21-47; and in her Matilda Told Such Dreadful Lies: The Essential Lucy Sussex (Greenwood, WA, Australia: Ticonderoga publications, 2011), 49-69.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The female author (b. 1957) was born in New Zealand and moved to Australia at age 14.

Full Text

1994 Sussex, Lucy [Jane] (b. 1957). “Kay and Phil.” Alien Shores: An Anthology of Australian Science Fiction. Ed. Peter McNamara and Margaret Winch (North Adelaide, SA: Aphelion Publications, 1994), 313-33. Rpt. in The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women. Ed. A. Susan Williams and Richard Glyn Jones (London: Viking, 1995), 533-53; in her A Tour Guide in Utopia. Stories (Parramatta, NSW, Australia: MirrorDanse Editions, 2005), 116-39; in her Absolute Uncertainty: Short Fiction (Seattle, WA: Aqueduct Press, 2006), 21-47; and in her Matilda Told Such Dreadful Lies: The Essential Lucy Sussex (Greenwood, WA, Australia: Ticonderoga Publications, 2011), 49-69. PSt

Katharine [Penelope Cade] Burdekin (1896-1963) visits her dystopia, Swastika Night (1937) with Philip K[indred] Dick (1928-82) when he was working on The Man in a High Castle (1962). The female author was born in New Zealand and moved to Australia at age 14.