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[Youd], [Sam](1922-2012). The Death of Grass. London: Michael Joseph, 1956.
[Walker], [John Brisben?](1847-1931). "The Discovery of Altruria. Narrative of Sir Robert Horton" In The Cosmopolitan: A Monthly Illustrated Magazine . Vol. 20.1., 1895.
[Vinson], [Rex Thomas](1935-2000). "The Discontent Contingency" In New Writings in S-F , Edited by Carnell, [Edward] John(1912-72). Vol. 19. London: Dennis Dobson, 1971.
[Upchurch], [Boyd Bradfield](1919-2013). The Doomsday Gene. New York: Weybright & Talley, 1973.
[Standard], [Mary Russell](b. 1926). "The Deer Park" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Vol. 22.1 (128) ., 1962.
[Spence], [Thomas](1750-1814). Description of Spensonia. London: Hive of Liberty, 1795.
[Southwold], [Stephen](1887-1964). Death Rocks the Cradle. A Strange Tale. London: Collins, 1933.
[Scott], [Mrs.] [Sarah(Robinson)](1723-95). A Description of Millenium Hall, And the Country Adjacent: Together with the Character of the Inhabitants, And such Historical Anecdotes and Reflections, As May excite in the Reader proper Sentiments of Humanity, and lead the Mind to the Love of Virtue. London: Ptd. for J. Newbery, 1762.
[Schecter], [Laura Suzanne](b. 1982). Delirium. New York: Harper, 2011.
[Rosewater], [Frank](1856-1934). Doomed. A Startling Message to the People of Our Day, interwoven in an Antediluvian Romance of Two Old Worlds and Two Young Lovers, by Queen Metel and Prince Loab of Atlo, Re-incarnated in its Editors, Marian and Franklin Mayoe. By the Atlon Calendar, the Year 14,909; by Our Calendar the Year 1920. New York: Frank Rosewater, Publisher, 1920.
[Plattes], [Gabriel](d. 1644). A Description of the famous Kingdome of Macaria; shewing its excellent Government: Wherein The Inhabitants live in great Prosperity, Health, and Happinesse; the King obeyed, the Nobles honoured; and all good men respected, Vice punished, and Vertue rewarded. An Example to other Nations: In a Dialogue between a Schollar and a Traveller. London: Ptd. for Francis Constable, 1641.
[Phillifent], [John Thomas](1916-76). "The Divided House" In New Writings in S-F , Edited by Carnell, [Edward] John(1912-72). Vol. 13. London: Dennis Dobson, 1968.
[Petzler], [John Aloys](1814?-1898). The Democratic Charter of the Future; or, Outlines of Progressive Reforms, in Government, Social Economy, Labour-Arrangement, Education, Law, Police, Military, Poor-Relief, Etc.. London: E. Truelove, 1870.
[Petersilea], [Carlyle](1844-1903). The Discovered Country. Boston, MA: Ernst von Himmel Publishing Company, 1889.
[Penny], [Mrs.] [Anne Judith](1825?-93). A Dream of The Day that must come. London: Wertheim, Macintosh, and Hunt, 1859.
[Pendergast], [J. Stephen](b. 1960). “Dogman relates the parable of context” In Nature., 2022.
[Orpen], [Adela Elizabeth](1855-1928). The Downfall of Grabbum: An Ulster Fable. Belfast, Northern Ireland: R. Carswell & Son, 1912.
[Murry], [John Middleton] [Jr.](1926-2002). A Dream of Kinship. London: Victor Gollancz, 1981.
[Mills], [Elliott E.](1881-1956). The Decline and Fall of the British Empire. A brief account of those cases which resulted in the destruction of our late Ally, together with a comparison between the British and Roman Empires. Appointed for use in the National Schools of Japan--Tokio, 2005--. Oxford, Eng./London: Alden & Co., Ltd., Bocardo Press/Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co, Ltd., 1905.
[Macnie], [John](1836-1909). The Diothas; or, A Far Look Ahead. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1883.
[Lotz], [Sarah](b. 1971), and [Lotz], [Savannah]. Dead Lands. A Deadlands Novel. Cape Town, SA: : Penguin Books (South Africa), 2011.
[Lister], [Thomas Henry](1800-42). "A Dialogue for the Year 2130, Extracted from the Album of a Modern Sibyl" In The Keepsake for MDCCCXXX, Edited by Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. London: Pub. For the Proprietor, by Hurst, Chance, and Co., 1830.
[Lewis], [Clive] [Staples](1898-1963). Dymer. London: John Dent, 1926.
[King], [William](1685-1763). The Dreamer. London: Ptd. for W. Owen, 1754.
[Killigrew], [Thomas](1657-1719). "A Description of New Athens in Terra Australis incognita." By One who resided many years on the Spot. [Signed] Maurice Williams. [The title page gives the title as "The Fortunate Shipwreck, or a Description of New Athens, being an Account of the Laws, Manners, Religion, and Customs of that Country; by Morris Williams, Gent. [pseud.] who resided there above Twenty Years" In Miscellanea Aurea: or the Golden Medley, Edited by Williams, Maurice. London: Ptd. for A. Bettesworth and J. Pemberton, 1720.

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