Biblio

Search
Export 583 results:
Author [ Title(Desc)] Year
Filters: First Letter Of Title is L  [Clear All Filters]
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 

L

[Crossen], [Kendall Foster](1910-81). "Love Story" In Future Tense: New and Old Tales of Science Fiction, Edited by Crossen, Kendall Foster(1910-81). New York/Toronto, ON, Canada: Greenberg/Ambassador Books, 1952.
McDuffie, Carrington. "Love Under Siege" In Future Sex. Vol. no. 3 ., 1993.
Meltzer, David(b. 1937). Lovely. North Hollywood, CA: Essex House, 1969.
Saxton, Josephine [Mary Howard](b. 1935). "Lover from Beyond the Dawn of Time" In The Power of Time. London: Chatto & Windus/Hogarth Press, 1985.
Wells, Carolyn(1862-1942). The Lover’s Baedeker and Guide to Arcady. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co. , 1912.
Farmer, Philip José(1918-2009). The Lovers. New York: Ballantine Books, 1961.
Palmer, Lucile. Lovers in Mars. Los Angeles, CA: Sargent House Publishers, 1954.
Goldschmidt, Pippa(b. 1985). “Lowland Clearances.” In Shoreline of Infinity. Vol. no. 8½ Edinburgh International Book Festival Special Edition ., 2017.
Author of the Constitutional House That Jack Built, [pseud.]. The Loyal Man in the Moon. With Thirteen Cuts. London: Ptd. for C. Chapple and J. Johnston, 1820.
[McDougal, [Ian Campbell]. The Lucifer Cell. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1968.
Kornbluth, C[yril] M[ichael](1923-58). "The Luckiest Man in Denv" In Galaxy Science Fiction (New York). Vol. 4.3., 1952.
Ogden, Aimee. “The Lucky Ones: Patience is a Virtue” In Nature., 2022.
Hartley, Olga, and Leyel, Mrs. C. F. [Hilda](1880-1957). Lucullus The Food of the Future. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1926.
Folio, Fred. Lucy Boston; or, Woman's Rights and Spiritualism: Illustrating the Follies and Delusions of the Nineteenth Century. Auburn, NY/New York: Alden and Beardsley/J.C. Derby, 1855.
Courthope, William John(1842-1919). Ludibria Lunae; or, The Wars of Women and the Gods. An Allegorical Burlesque. London: Smith, Elder and Co, 1869.
George, Susan(b. 1934). Lugano Report: On Preserving Capitalism in the Twenty-first Century. London: Pluto, 1999.
Allen, Stephanie Andrea. "Luna 6000" In Black From the Future: A Collection of Black Speculative Fiction, Edited by Allen, Stephanie Andrea and Cherelle, Lauren. Clayton, NC: BLF Press, 2019.
McDonald, Ian [Neil](b. 1960). Luna: A New Moon. New York: Tor, 2015.
Sánchez, Rosaura, and Pita, Beatrice. Lunar Braceros 2125-2148. National City, CA: Calaca Press, 2009.
Harness, Charles L[eonard](1915-2005). Lunar Justice. New York: Avon, 1991.
C[orfield], F[rederick]. "The Lunarian, A Tale, In Five Cantos" In The Mélange, Containing The Lunarian, A Tale, In Five Cantos. Wonders, In Two Parts. The Picture Gallery, In Nine Cantos. And Various Other Pieces, In Verse. Taunton, Eng.: Ptd. by J. Poole, 1819.
Alexander, James B[radun](1831-1914). The Lunarian Professor and His Remarkable Revelations Concerning the Earth, the Moon and Mars. Together with an Account of the Cruise of the Sally Ann. Minneapolis, MN: Np, 1909.
The Lunarian [Seleno-Graphia--crossed out and re-entered in pencil] Or News from the World in the Moon to the Lunaticks of this World. Wherein are accurately described their Citties, Towns, Countries, & Provinces, with ye Seas, Sinuyes, Lakes, Rivers, Ports, Forts & Castles thereunto belonging: with the manner & means of Travelling [sayling--crossed out] thither through the vast Ocean of Air[e--crossed out], & ye ready Roade to the Citty of Cynthea-polis, the Metropolis of that World: as also the shape, conditions & qualities of ye Inhabitants, with the Manners, Lawes, Religion, Liberties, Properties, Priviledges, [Plottes--crossed out], & Policy of the People now in possession thereof. First discovered by Cornelius van Drebble of Alcmar in Holland, but since more perfectly described [pierced into--crossed out] by ye famous Tudeskin Vertuoso, Lucas Lunarismus of Lunenberge [pseud.], & originally written by the same hand in the Lunick Language: and now transposed out of the Bobelonick meeter into plain English [Coffee Dialect & exposed to ye luminaried of all illuminated Lunaticks by a lover of Light & so forth By the way of Romance--crossed out] Adapted to the humours of our Times qua ad Fabulas Convertuntus.., 1600.
Mackenzie, [Edward Montague] Compton(1883-1972). The Lunatic Republic. London: Chatto and Windus, 1959.
Robinson, Kim Stanley(b. 1952). "The Lunatics" In Terry's Universe, Edited by Meacham, Beth. New York: Tor, 1988.

Pages