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Schulman, J[oseph] Neil(1953-2019). The Rainbow Cadenza; A Novel in Logosata Form. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1983.
Schulman, J[oseph] Neil(1953-2019). Alongside Night. New York: Crown, 1979.
Schur, Michael(b. 1975). The Good Place., 2016.
Schuyler, George S[amuel](1895-1977). Black No More: Being An Account of the Strange and Wonderful Workings of Science in the Land of the Free, A.D. 1933-1940. New York: The Macauley Co., 1931.
Schvan, Johan August. Towards a New Social Order. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1922.
Schwader, Ann K.. "Balancing" In Green Echo: Ecological SF& F, Edited by Bowen, Gary. Elkton, MD: Obelesk Books, 1995.
Schwahn, John George. The Tableau; or, Heaven as a Republic. Los Angeles, CA: Press of Franklin Printing Co, 1892.
Schwartz, Jenny. "The Working Dead of Heehaw's Australia" In The Workers' Paradise, Edited by Farr, Russell B. and Evans, Nick. Greenwood, WA, Australia: Ticonderoga Publishers, 2007.
Schwartz, Helen Ruth. The Meadowlark Sings. Binghamton, NY: Alice Street Editions, Harrington Park Press, 2006.
Schwartz, Bruce. The Twenty-First Century. A Novel. New York: Park Avenue Press, 2003.
Schwartz, Susan. "Growing Pains" In Free Amazons of Darkover: An Anthology, Edited by Bradley, Marion Zimmer(1930-1999) and Friends of Darkover, The [pseud.]. New York: DAW Books, 1985.
Schwehn, Kaethe. The Rending and the Nest. A Novel. New York: Bloomsbury, 2018.
Schwitzgebel, Eric, and Bakker, R. Scott(b. 1967). “Reinstalling Eden: Happiness on a hard drive” In Nature. Vol. 503.7477 ., 2013.
Scortia, Thomas N[icholas](1926-1986). "Alien Night" In Science Fiction Adventures. Vol. 1.5., 1957.
Scortia, Thomas N[icholas](1926-1986). "The Weariest River" In Future City, Edited by Elwood, Roger [Paul](1943-2007). New York: Trident Books, 1973.
Scotland, Laura. “The Chrysalis” In Shoreline of Infinity. Vol. no. 18., 2020.
Scott, Elizabeth(b. 1972). Grace. New York: Dutton Books, 2010.
Scott, Raphael [pseud.]. The Voyages, Adventures, and Miraculous Escapes of Raphael Scott, Being a Full and Authentic Account of His Villainous Betrayal and Abduction (By His Uncle, Who had been Appointed His Guardian) on Board the Merchant Ship Gazelle, of Philadelphia, Which Vessel, After Being at Sea Twenty Days, Was Plundered by a Piratical Craft Commanded by a Widely Known and Much Dreaded Buccaneer Chief, Miles! Together With a Complete History of a Romantic Nation of Pirates!! Now Residing on a Beautiful Island, Called The Isle of Happiness, Situated South of Cuba. Also, a Correct Statement of the Long Imprisonment and Deplorable Sufferings of Miss Edda Cramer, a Young Lady of Extraordinary Personal Beauty, Who Was for Seven Months Missing From New York City, and of Whose Fate Nothing Could Be Learned, Until She Was Nobly Rescued By the Hero of this Truly Interesting Work. To Which Is Added, Some Startling Passages in the Life of Charles Scattergood, a Young Man Likewise Found Among the Pirates, By Whom He Was Picked Up in the Middle of the Ocean, Where He Had Drifted in an Open Boat, In Which He Had Been Placed by a Cold-Hearted, Unfeeling Brother. Philadelphia, PA: E.E. Barclay, 1850.
Scott, Melissa [Elaine](b. 1960). Trouble and Her Friends. New York: Tor, 1994.
Scott, Spencer R.. “Where Giants Will Stand” In XR WORDSMITHS’ Solarpunk Storytelling Contest., 2021.
Scott, Hugh. Why Weeps the Brogan?. London: Walker Books, 1989.
Scott, David [Henry Tudor](b. 1948). Dynamo Island: The Cultural History and Geography of a Utopia. Winchester, Eng.: Zero Books, 2016.
Scott, Melissa [Elaine](b. 1960). Shadow Man. New York: Tor, 1995.
Scott, F[rancis] R[eginald](1889-1985). "Mural" In Overture. Toronto, ON, Canada: Ryerson Press, 1945.
Scott, Jain. "Last Resort" In Aurealis (Melbourne, VIC, Australia). Vol. no. 13., 1994.

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