"Picnic Days"

Title"Picnic Days"
Year for Search1990
AuthorsKocol, Cleo [Fellers](1927-2016)
Secondary AuthorsSturgis, Susanna J.
Secondary TitleThe Women Who Walk Through Fire: Women's Fantasy and Science Fiction
Volume / Edition2
Pagination85-92
Date Published1990
PublisherThe Crossing Press
Place PublishedFreedom, CA
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

Overpopulation dystopia in which the right to drive is considered more important than the safety of pedestrians and and traffic accidents are considered a means of reducing the population. The point of view character is the mother of sixteen living in a two room apartment.

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Author Note

The female author (1927-2016) was a activist for both atheism and feminism.

Full Text

1990 Kocol, Cleo [Fellers] (1927-2016). “Picnic Days.” The Women Who Walk Through Fire: Women’s Fantasy and Science Fiction Vol. 2. Ed. Susanna J. Sturgis (Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press, 1990), 85-92. PSt

Overpopulation dystopia in which the right to drive is considered more important than the safety of pedestrians and is considered a means of reducing the population. The point of view character is the mother of sixteen living in a two room apartment. The female author was a activist for both atheism and feminism.