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Castellano, IE. Tricentennial. [Scotts Valley, CA]: CreateSpace, 2012.
Haldeman, Joe [Joseph William](b. 1943). "Tricentennial" In Analog Science Fiction--Science Fact. Vol. 96.7 ., 1976.
Shirley, John [Patrick](b. 1954). "Tricentennial" In The Exploded Heart. Asheville, NC: Eyeball Books, 1976.
Mendelson, Melissa R.. “Tricks Are Not For Kids” In Trump: Utopia or Dystopia, Edited by Garrard, JF and Frankel, Jen. [Toronto, ON, Canada]: Dark Helix Press, 2017.
Mountfort, Paul. "Trigger" In Scorchers: A Climate Fiction Anthology, Edited by Mountfort, Paul and Prosser, Rosslyn. Auckland, New Zealand: Steam Press/Eunoia Publishing, 2020.
Hawksmoor, C[aerwyn] A[llegra]. “Trigger Point” In The Future Fire: Social Political & Speculative Cyber-Fiction. Vol. no. 32., 2015.
Fitzgerald, H. M.. A Trip to Hades. Being the substance of a Lecture delivered. Wellington, New Zealand: Ptd. and Pub. for the Editor of "Commonweal" by the New Zealand Times, 1908.
T[orrens], J[ohn] M.. "A Trip to Mars: An 'Awful Venture,' A Curious Message. Being a copy of a circular addressed to the inhabitants of this world, by Mr. H.V. Mundo, the late visitor to the planet Mars. Reprinted from the Wellington A1 and New Zealand Tit-Bits" In A Trip to Mars: An "Awful Venture," A Curious Message. Being a copy of a circular addressed to the inhabitants of this world, by Mr. H.V. Mundo, the late visitor to the planet Mars. Vol. Cover says 2nd ed. Auckland, New Zealand: Wilson and Horton, 1901.
A Trip to Melasge; or, Concise Instructions to a Young Gentleman Entering into Life: With Observations on the Genius, Manners, Ton, Opinions, Philosophy, and Morals of the Melasgians. Vol. 2 vols. London: Ptd. for B. Law, 1778.
Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "A Trip to Paradoxia" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.
A Trip to the Island of Equality, or, An Extract from Russian Voyages. [London]: Np, 1792.
Spencer, Jan. "A Trip to the Mall" In Talking Leaves. Vol. 8.3 ., 1999.
Tumble, Timothy [pseud.], Quixote, Richard [pseud.], and Telltruth, John [pseud.]. A Trip to the Man in the Moon, from Terra Firma; in an Air Balloon. A Romance. London: S. Carvalho, 1815.
[Gentleman], [Francis](1728-84). A Trip to the Moon. Containing an Account of the Island of Noibla. Its Inhabitants, Religious and Political Customs, &c.. Vol. 2 vols. York, Eng.: Ptd. by A. Ward for S. Crowder, et al.,, 1764.
McDermot, Murtagh [pseud.]. A Trip to the Moon. Containing Some Observations and Reflections, made by him during his Stay in that Planet, upon the Manners of the Inhabitants. Dublin, Ireland: Christopher Dickson, 1728.
Lewis, Dewitt F.. A Trip to the North Pole and Beyond to Civilization, Edited by Ernst, E. Z.. Linwood, KS: Industrial Exchange, 1912.
Munro, John(1849-1930). A Trip to Venus. London: Jarrold and Sons, 1897.
Lange, Sue. Tritcheon Hash. New York: Metropolis Ink, 2003.
Delany, Samuel R[ay](b. 1942). Triton. New York: Bantam Books, 1976.
Andrews, J[ohn] A[rthur](1865-1903). "The Triumph of Freedom: A prospective History of the Social Revolution in Victoria". Ms., 1890.
Mayne, John D[awson](1828-1917). The Triumph of Socialism and How It Succeeded. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1908.
Rowcroft, Charles(1798-1856). The Triumph of Woman: A Christmas Story. London: Parry & Company, 1848.
Bracken, Tom [Thomas](1843-98). The Triumph of Woman's Rights. A Prophetic Vision. [Auckland, New Zealand]: [W. McCullough], 1892.
Rafael, Rivqa. “Trivalent” In Ecopunk! Speculative Tales of Radical Futures, Edited by Grzyb, Liz and Sparks, Cat[riona](b. 1965). Greenwood, WA, Australia: Ticonderoga Publications, 2017.
Brown, James Cooke(1921-87). The Troika Incident. A Tetralogue in Two Parts. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1970.

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