“The Discovered Country”

Title“The Discovered Country”
Year for Search2013
AuthorsMacLeod, Ian R[oderick](b. 1956)
Secondary TitleAsimov’s Science Fiction
Volume / Edition37.9 (452)
Pagination10-28
Date PublishedSeptember 2013
KeywordsMale author, Northern Ireland author
Annotation

The story is set in what appears to be a heaven, called Farside, established specifically for the very rich. Current life, called Lifeside, is depicted in dystopian terms. 2013 MacLeod, “Entangled” is something of a sequel.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Year’s Best Science Fiction. Thirty-First Annual Collection. Ed. Gardner [Raymond] Dozois (New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2014), 1-22 with an editor’s note on 1; and in Macleod’s Frost on Glass (Hornsea, Eng.: PS Publishing, 2015), 3-33, with an “Afterword Silver Machines” by the author (34-36).

Holding Institutions

Merril, PSt

Author Note

Northern Ireland author (b. 1956), 

Full Text

2013 MacLeod, Ian R[oderick] (b. 1956). “The Discovered Country.” Asimov’s Science Fiction 37.9 (452) (September 2013): 10-28. Rpt. in The Year’s Best Science Fiction. Thirty-First Annual Collection. Ed. Gardner [Raymond] Dozois (New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2014), 1-22 with an editor’s note on 1; and in Macleod’s Frost on Glass (Hornsea, Eng.: PS Publishing, 2015), 3-33, with an “Afterword Silver Machines” by the author (34-36). Merril

The story is set in what appears to be a heaven, called Farside, established specifically for the very rich. Current life, called Lifeside, is depicted in dystopian terms. 2013 MacLeod, “Entangled” is something of a sequel. Northern Ireland author.