"The Escape"

Title"The Escape"
Year for Search1935
Authors[Campbell], [John Wood] [Jr.](1910-71)
Tertiary AuthorsStuart, Don A. [pseud.]
Secondary TitleAstounding Stories (New York)
Volume / Edition 15.3
Pagination118-32
Date PublishedMay 1935
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eugenics. Initially presented as dystopian but given a positive twist at the end.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his Cloak of Aesir (Chicago, IL: Shasta, 1952), 47-69; rpt. (New York: Lancer Books, [1972]), 47-69; and in A New Dawn: The Complete Don A. Stuart Stories. Ed. James A. Mann (Framingham, MA: The NESFA Press, 2003), 131-47.

Pseudonym

Don A. Stuart [pseud.]

Author Note

The author (1910-71) was the well-known editor of early science fiction magazines.

Full Text

1935 [Campbell, John Wood, Jr.] (1910-71). “The Escape.” By Don A. Stuart [pseud.]. Astounding Stories (New York) 15.3 (May 1935): 118-32. Rpt. in his Cloak of Aesir (Chicago, IL: Shasta, 1952), 47-69; (New York: Lancer Books, [1972]), 47-69; (Westport, CT: Hyperion Press, 1976), 47-69 with a brief new “Introduction” by Campbell (9-12); and in A New Dawn: The Complete Don A. Stuart Stories. Ed. James A. Mann (Framingham, MA: The NESFA Press, 2003), 131-47.

Eugenics that are initially presented as dystopian but given a positive twist at the end. The author was the well-known editor of early science fiction magazines.