“The planet was overcrowded — until people started vanishing into thin air!”
Pyramid Publications, NYC, second printing, October 1970. The Dreaming Earth was first published in 1963. In 1969, John Brunner (1934–1995) was awarded the Hugo Award for Stand on Zanzibar, a novel with a similar topic involving an overpopulated world.
Brunner is credited with coining the term “worm” and predicting the emergence of computer viruses in his 1975 novel The Shockwave Rider, in which he used the term to describe software which reproduces itself across a computer network. — Wikipedia
Her outstanding talent led to her to become art director for the National Lampoon. In conjunction with her fellow artists at Cloud Studio in New York, she published Drool Magazine and Cloud Comix with a fresh, satirical outlook of current events.