"No War Tomorrow"

Title"No War Tomorrow"
Year for Search1951
AuthorsWest, Wallace [George](1900-80)
Secondary TitleScience Fiction Quarterly
Volume / Edition 1.1
Pagination8-30
Date PublishedMay 1951
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Dystopia. Venus is where Earth offloads its misfits, troublemakers, and those who want to live without rules. These people have formed a community called Wildoatia, which implies that the people are there to sow their wild oats before, if they survive, settling down on Earth. The story focuses upon a conflict between the dominant people on Venus and Earth and a means of avoiding war.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Future Science Fiction (Sydney, NSW, Australia) 1.3 ([1954]): 35-60.

Holding Institutions

Merril

Author Note

U. S. author (1900-80).

Full Text

1951 West, Wallace [George] (1900-80). “No War Tomorrow.” Science Fiction Quarterly 1.1 (May 1951): 8-30. Rpt. in Future Science Fiction (Sydney, NSW, Australia) 1.3 ([1954]): 35-60. Merril

Dystopia. Venus is where Earth offloads its misfits, troublemakers, and those who want to live without rules. These people have formed a community called Wildoatia, which implies that the people are there to sow their wild oats before, if they survive, settling down on Earth. The story focuses on a conflict between the dominant people on Venus and Earth and a means of avoiding war. U. S. author.