There have been many well-intentioned but failed SFF imprints. Some we may mourn; we may remember the good books they did manage to publish and regret that they couldn’t publish more. Some we may not mourn: imprints such as Laser Books.
1973’s The Other Side of Tomorrow is a theme anthology edited by Roger Elwood. It’s a reasonable example of Elwood’s efforts at this point in his career.
In what sort of world will the young people of tomorrow live? Nine authors imagine futures.