(in time-travel contexts) in or to all points in time
I figure Gleeps is an Investigator. As far back as you want to go, he always has been, and as far ahead as you want to go in a bender, he always will be. Everywhere you go in this or any other universe he is, was and will be. He’s everywhen and everywhere—but I said that before.
Its knowledge was starkly inconceivable, yet It was greedy and thirsty for more and greater knowledge. Everything everywhere everywhen was of interest to It.
So they went everywhere for fun, I thought. And everywhen, perhaps. They were temporal ghouls, feeding on the past.
There are such men everywhere and everywhen.
If it’s playing with distance that way, can’t it play with time the same way?… You told us that the House is everywhere—all at the same time… It’s everywhen then, too, isn’t it? What I'm getting at is that there’s probably a door to last week somewhere in the House—or one that leads to next year.
P. Schuyler Miller, in Astounding
Enoch Forrester submitted a cite from a 1974 reprint of Harlan Ellison's "The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World"; Mike Christie verified the cite in the 1968 magazine version.
Richard Dodson submitted a cite from a 1987 reprint of Isaac Asimov's "The End of Eternity"; we would like to verify the 1955 first edition.
Jeff Prucher submitted a cite from a reprint of Poul Anderson's "The Time Patrol"; Mike Christie verified it in the original 1955 magazine appearance.
Imran Ghory submitted a 2000 cite from David and Leigh Eddings' "The Redemption of Althalus".
Mike Christie submitted a cite from a 1979 reprint of Clifford Simak's "All Flesh Is Grass".
Ben Ostrowsky submitted a 1943 cite from P. Schuyler Miller in Astounding.
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