"TeleAbsence"

Title"TeleAbsence"
Year for Search1995
AuthorsBurstein, Michael A.(b. 1970)
Secondary TitleAnalog Science Fiction and Fact
Volume / Edition115.8&9
Pagination238-51
Date PublishedJuly 1995
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Dystopia. Virtual schools are created to reduce violence with everyone at home attending through virtual reality machines, but the funding for the poor to attend is not provided and the separation between rich and poor becomes even more extreme. A non-utopian sequel is “TelePresence.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact 125.7& 8 (July/August 2005): 160-87

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his I Remember the Future: The Award-Nominated Stories of Michael A. Burstein (Lexington, KY: Apex Publications, 2008), 20-36 with an “Afterword” (37-39).

Author Note

(b. 1970)

Full Text

1995 Burstein, Michael A. (b. 1970). “TeleAbsence.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact 115.8&9 (July 1995): 238-51. Rpt. in his I Remember the Future: The Award-Nominated Stories of Michael A. Burstein (Lexington, KY: Apex Publications, 2008), 20-36 with an “Afterword” (37-39).

Dystopia. Virtual schools are created to reduce violence with everyone at home attending through virtual reality machines, but the funding for the poor to attend is not provided and the separation between rich and poor becomes even more extreme. A non-utopian sequel is “TelePresence.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact 125.7&8 (July/August 2005): 160-87. Rpt. in his I Remember the Future: The Award-Nominated Stories of Michael A. Burstein (Lexington, KY: Apex Publications, 2008), 40-80 with an “Afterword” (81-82).