Sixty Days and Counting

TitleSixty Days and Counting
Year for Search2007
AuthorsRobinson, Kim Stanley(b. 1952)
Date Published2007
PublisherBantam Books
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Dystopia. The third volume of a trilogy concerned with the disaster being brought about by global warming. The first two volumes are Forty Signs of Rain. New York: Bantam Books, 2004; U. K. ed. London: HarperCollins, 2004. Rev. in his Green Earth: The Science in the Capital Series (London: Harper Voyager, 2015), 1-282; and Fifty Degrees Below. New York: Bantam, Books, 2005; U. K. ed. London: HarperCollins, 2005 [An excerpt was published as “Primate in Forest (From Chapter One: Fifty Degrees Below).” Future Washington. Ed. Ernest Lilley (Beltsville, MD: WSFA Press/Washington Science Fiction Association (WSFA), 2005), 41-58, with an “Introduction to Primate in Forest by Ernest Lilley (39-40)]. Rev. in his Green Earth: The Science in the Capital Series (London: Harper Voyager, 2015), 283-686. Both of these are political novels concerned with the growing crisis and the lack of political will to deal with it. Sixty Days and Counting describes both the dystopia that results, and the recovering world produced by the efforts of a small group of dedicated people.

Additional Publishers

Rev. in his Green Earth: The Science in the Capital Series (London: Harper Voyager, 2015), 687-1069, with an “Introduction” to the volume by the author (xi-xvi) in which he explains the reasons for the changes in the trilogy. 

Holding Institutions

Merril, PSt

Author Note

(b. 1952)

Full Text

2007 Robinson, Kim Stanley (b. 1952). Sixty Days and Counting. New York: Bantam Books. U. K. ed. London: HarperCollins, 2007. Rev. in his Green Earth: The Science in the Capital Series (London: Harper Voyager, 2015), 687-1069, with an “Introduction” to the volume by the author (xi-xvi) in which he explains the reasons for the changes in the trilogy. Merril, NLS, PSt

Dystopia. The third volume of a trilogy concerned with the disaster being brought about by global warming. The first two volumes are Forty Signs of Rain. New York: Bantam Books, 2004; U. K. ed. London: HarperCollins, 2004. Rev. in his Green Earth: The Science in the Capital Series (London: Harper Voyager, 2015), 1-282; and Fifty Degrees Below. New York: Bantam, Books, 2005; U. K. ed. London: HarperCollins, 2005 [An excerpt was published as “Primate in Forest (From Chapter One: Fifty Degrees Below).” Future Washington. Ed. Ernest Lilley (Beltsville, MD: WSFA Press/Washington Science Fiction Association (WSFA), 2005), 41-58, with an “Introduction to Primate in Forest by Ernest Lilley (39-40)]. Rev. in his Green Earth: The Science in the Capital Series (London: Harper Voyager, 2015), 283-686. Both of these are political novels concerned with the growing crisis and the lack of political will to deal with it. Sixty Days and Counting describes both the dystopia that results, and the recovering world produced by the efforts of a small group of dedicated people.