everywhen n.

(in time-travel contexts) all points in time


Time Travel

  • 1942 ‘L. del Rey’ My Name is Legion in Astounding Science Fiction June 72/2 page image Lester del Rey bibliography

    The plenum is—”well, the composite whole of all that is and was and will be—”it is everything and everywhen, all existing together as a unit, in which time does not move, but simply is, like length or thickness.

  • 1957 F. Leiber Big Trek in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Oct. 126/2 page image Fritz Leiber bibliography

    Wherever they were heading they seemed to have come from everywhere and maybe everywhen.

  • 1968 H. Ellison Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World in Galaxy June 20/1 Harlan Ellison bibliography

    There was a reason the garbage of insanity had ceased to flow through everywhere and everywhen from the drained mind of a seven-headed dragon.

  • 1996 M. A. Martin Spelunking at the Cavern in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction June 18 page image Michael A. Martin bibliography

    ‘Who first invented the timefield generator?’ I asked. My Other shrugged. ‘Who knows? Once it was invented, it must have spread into everywhere and everywhen.’

  • [1997 D. Green Everywhen in Interzone Apr. 26/1 page image Dominic Green bibliography

    Welcome to Everywhen, popular dumping ground for the entire universe…. It was inside a cluster of these white dwarfs that Everywhen, the only planet in the sub-universe, was orbiting.]

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