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Gullen, David. “After Henderson” In Albedo One (Dublin, Ireland). Vol. no. 14., 1997.
Olukotun, Deji Bryce. After the Flare. Los Angeles, CA: The Unnamed Press, 2017.
Beukes, Lauren [Ann](b. 1976). Afterland. New York: Mulholland Books, 2020.
Flemming, Leonard(1880-1946).. "And So It Came To Pass" In A Crop of Chaff. Pietermaritsburg, South Africa: The Natal Witness, 1924.
Low, Marcus. Asylum. Johannesburg, South Africa: Picador Africa, 2017.
Wood, Nick(b. 1961). Azanian Bridges. Weston, Eng.: New Con Press, 2016.

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Freer, Dave [David](b. ca. 1958). "Boys" In The Future We Wish We Had, Edited by Greenberg, Martin H[arry](1941-2011) and Lickiss, Rebecca. New York: DAW Books, 2007.
Arderne, Mia. “Brandy City” In AfroSF: Science Fiction by African Writers, Edited by Hartmann, Ivor W.. [Zimbabwe]: StoryTime Press, 2012.
Gordimer, Nadine(1923-2014). Burger's Daughter. London: Jonathan Cape, 1979.

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Greenberg, Louis. Dark Windows. Cape Town, South Africa: Umuzi, 2014.
Hope, Christopher [David Tully](b. 1944). Darkest England. London: Macmillan, 1996.
Delius, Anthony [Ronald St. Martin](1916-89). The Day Natal Took Off. A Satire. Cape Town, South Africa: Insight Publications, 1963.
Hope, Christopher [David Tully](b. 1944). "The Day Out" In The Garden of Bad Dreams. London: Atlantic Books, 2008.
Hardy, Stacy. “The Day the White People Walked into the Sea” In The Johannesburg Review of Books . Vol. 2.2., 2018.
Kaye, Blaize [M.]. “Diaspora Electronica” In Migrations: New Short Fiction from Africa, Edited by Moffett, Helen, Chela, Efemia and Kona, Bongani. Oxford, Eng.: New Internationalist Publications, 2017.
Miller, Andrew. Dub Steps. Auckland Park, South Africa: Jacana Media, 2015.

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Goldstuck, Arthur. "The Fabulous Yesterdays" In Playboy (South Africa) ., 1994.
Vladislavić, Ivan(b. 1957). The Folly. Cape Town, South Africa: David Philip Publishers,, 1993.
Jayes, Karen. For the Mercy of Water. Johannesburg, South Africa: Penguin Books (South Africa), 2012.

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