Cinnabar

TitleCinnabar
Year for Search1976
AuthorsBryant, Edward [Winslow] [Jr.](1945-2017)
Date Published1976
PublisherMacmillan
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Dystopia. Cinnabar is a city run by a failed computer that provides false images within which both people and simulcra live. Each story is about one individual, and, in the last story, they cooperate to destroy the computer.

Additional Publishers

Stories originally published as follows: “The Road to Cinnabar.” Infinity Two. Ed. Robert Hoskins (New York: Lancer Books, 1971), 73-84 (1-12 here); “Jade Blue.” Universe 1. Ed. Terry Carr (New York: Ace Books, 1971), 53-69; U. K. ed (London: Dennis Dobson, 1975), 53-69 (13-28 here); “Gray Matters” as “Their Thousandth Season.” Clarion II: An Anthology of Speculative Fiction and Criticism. Ed Robin Scott Wilson (New York: Signet, 1972), 127-39; and in his Among the Dead and Other Events Leading Up to the Apocalypse (New York: Macmillan, 1973), 164-79 (29-44 here); “The Legend of Cougar Lou Landis.” Universe 3. Ed. Terry Carr (New York: Random House, 1973), 135-50 (45-61 here); “Hayes and the Heterogyne.” Vertex 2.2 (June 1974): 16-20, 88-97 (62-103 here); “Sharking Down.” Vertex 2.6 (February 1975): 16-20, 34-37 in slightly different form (115-56 here); and “Brain Terminal.” Vertex 3.4 (August 1975): 2-6, 28 in slightly different form (157-86 here).

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Author Note

(1945-2017)

Full Text

1976 Bryant, Edward [Winslow, Jr.] (1945-2017). Cinnabar. New York: Macmillan. Stories originally published as follows: “The Road to Cinnabar.” Infinity Two. Ed. Robert Hoskins (New York: Lancer Books, 1971), 73-84 (1-12 here); “Jade Blue.” Universe 1. Ed. Terry Carr (New York: Ace Books, 1971), 53-69; U. K. ed (London: Dennis Dobson, 1975), 53-69 (13-28 here); “Gray Matters” as “Their Thousandth Season.” Clarion II: An Anthology of Speculative Fiction and Criticism. Ed Robin Scott Wilson (New York: Signet, 1972), 127-39; and in his Among the Dead and Other Events Leading Up to the Apocalypse (New York: Macmillan, 1973), 164-79 (29-44 here); “The Legend of Cougar Lou Landis.” Universe 3. Ed. Terry Carr (New York: Random House, 1973), 135-50 (45-61 here); “Hayes and the Heterogyne.” Vertex 2.2 (June 1974): 16-20, 88-97 (62-103 here); “Sharking Down.” Vertex 2.6 (February 1975): 16-20, 34-37 in slightly different form (115-56 here); and “Brain Terminal.” Vertex 3.4 (August 1975): 2-6, 28 in slightly different form (157-86 here). PSt

Dystopia. Cinnabar is a city run by a failed computer that provides false images within which both people and simulcra live. Each story is about one individual, and, in the last story, they cooperate to destroy the computer.