"The Shack at Great Cross Halt"

Title"The Shack at Great Cross Halt"
Year for Search1977
AuthorsRoberts, Keith [John Kingston](1935-2000)
Secondary AuthorsBulmer, [Henry] Kenneth (1921-2005)
Tertiary AuthorsBulmer, Kenneth
Secondary TitleNew Writings in SF
Volume / Edition 30
Pagination11-46
Date Published1977
PublisherCorgi
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Dystopia focusing on an isolated group of people living next to a major highway but completely disconnected from the larger world. The focus characters had escaped from the dystopia, and the story ends with the beginning of a fight back against the dystopia.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his Ladies From Hell (London: Victor Gollancz, 1979), 54-85.

Holding Institutions

SFF, O, PSt

Author Note

(1935-2000)

Full Text

1977 Roberts, Keith [John Kingston] (1935-2000). “The Shack at Great Cross Halt.” New Writings in SF 30. Ed. [Henry] Kenneth Bulmer (London: Corgi, 1977), 11-46. Rpt. in his Ladies From Hell (London: Victor Gollancz, 1979), 54-85. SFF, O, PSt

Dystopia focusing on an isolated group of people living next to a major highway but completely disconnected from the larger world. The focus characters had escaped from the dystopia, and the story ends with the beginning of a fight back against the dystopia.