Rx for Chaos

TitleRx for Chaos
Year for Search2008
Authors[Crosby], [Harry C.] [Jr.](1925-2009)
Secondary AuthorsFlint, Eric
Tertiary AuthorsChristopher Anvil [pseud.]
Date Published2008
PublisherBaen Books
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Satire on the problems that arise from a drug that makes everyone happy all the time.

Additional Publishers

A collection of related stories published previously as “Rx for Chaos.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 72.6 (February 1964): 72-80; “Cinderella, Inc.” Imagination 3.7 (December 1952): 72-75 as Crosby; “Roll Out the Rolov!” Imagination 4.10 (November 1953): 96-103 as Crosby; “The New Boccaccio.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 64.5 (January 1965): 74-77; “Is Everybody Happy?” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction Science Fact–Science Fiction 81.2 (April 1968): 67-85; “A Handheld Primer.” Amazing Science Fiction Stories 51.2 (January 1978): 32-39; “The Great Intellect Boom.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction Science Fact–Science Fiction 83.5 (July 1969): 38-55; “Interesting Times.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 107.12 (December 1987): 104-16; “Superbiometalemon.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 63.1 (374) (July 1982): 37-43; “Speed-Up!” Amazing Stories 38.1 (January 1964): 6-32; “Rags from Riches.” Amazing Stories 62.4 (537) (November 1987): 122-27; “Bugs.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 106.6 (June 1986): 90-113; “Positive Feedback.” 75.6 Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction (August 1965): 47-63; “Two-Way Communication.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 77.3 (May 1966): 72-83; “High G.” Worlds of If Science Fiction 15.6 (91) (June 1965): 76-100; “Doc’s Legacy.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 108.2 (February 1988): 158-83; “Negative Feedback.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 114.4 (March 1994): 58-73; “The New Way.” Beyond Infinity 1.1 (November/December 1967): 150-60; “Identification.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 57.3 (May 1961): 8-32; “The Golden Years.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 107.3 (March 1977): 110-20; “No Small Enemy.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 68.3 (November 1961): 7-51; and “Not in the Literature.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 71.1 (March 1963): 60-66.

Pseudonym

Christopher Anvil [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

(1925-2009)

Full Text

2008 [Crosby, Harry, C., Jr.] (1925-2009). Rx for Chaos. By Christopher Anvil [pseud.]. Ed. Eric Flint. New York: Baen Books. A collection of related stories published previously as “Rx for Chaos.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 72.6 (February 1964): 72-80; “Cinderella, Inc.” Imagination 3.7 (December 1952): 72-75 as Crosby; “Roll Out the Rolov!” Imagination 4.10 (November 1953): 96-103 as Crosby; “The New Boccaccio.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 64.5 (January 1965): 74-77; “Is Everybody Happy?” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction Science Fact–Science Fiction 81.2 (April 1968): 67-85; “A Handheld Primer.” Amazing Science Fiction Stories 51.2 (January 1978): 32-39; “The Great Intellect Boom.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction Science Fact–Science Fiction 83.5 (July 1969): 38-55; “Interesting Times.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 107.12 (December 1987): 104-16; “Superbiometalemon.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 63.1 (374) (July 1982): 37-43; “Speed-Up!” Amazing Stories 38.1 (January 1964): 6-32; “Rags from Riches.” Amazing Stories 62.4 (537) (November 1987): 122-27; “Bugs.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 106.6 (June 1986): 90-113; “Positive Feedback.” 75.6 Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction (August 1965): 47-63; “Two-Way Communication.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 77.3 (May 1966): 72-83; “High G.” Worlds of If Science Fiction 15.6 (91) (June 1965): 76-100; “Doc’s Legacy.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 108.2 (February 1988): 158-83; “Negative Feedback.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 114.4 (March 1994): 58-73; “The New Way.” Beyond Infinity 1.1 (November/December 1967): 150-60; “Identification.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 57.3 (May 1961): 8-32; “The Golden Years.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 107.3 (March 1977): 110-20; “No Small Enemy.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 68.3 (November 1961): 7-51; and “Not in the Literature.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 71.1 (March 1963): 60-66. Merril

Satire on the problems that arise from a drug that makes everyone happy all the time.