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Wilhelm, Kate [Katie Gertrude Meredith](1928-2018). "Where Have You Been, Billy Boy, Billy Boy?" In Quark. Vol. 3., 1971.
Wilhelm, Kate [Katie Gertrude Meredith](1928-2018). Juniper Time. New York: Harper & Row, 1979.
Wilhelm, Kate [Katie Gertrude Meredith](1928-2018). "The Village" In Bad Noon Rising, Edited by Disch, Thomas M[ichael](1940-2008). New York: Harper & Row, 1973.
Wilhelm, Peter (b. 1943). The Mask of Freedom. Parklands, South Africa: Ad Donker Press, 1994.
Wilgus, Alison. "King Tide" In Terraform., 2014.
Wiley, Ray H.(b. 1909). On the Trail of 1960; A Utopian Novel. New York: Exposition Press, 1950.
Wilding, Michael (b. 1942). "Outlines for Urban Fantasies" In Urban Fantasies, Edited by King, David and Blackford, Russell [Kenneth]. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Ebony Books, 1985.
Wilde, Oscar [Fingal O'Flahertie Wills](1854-1900). "The Soul of Man Under Socialism" In The Fortnightly Review. Vol. 55 (ns 49) ., 1891.
Wilde, Fran (b. 1972). “Please, Stop Printing Unicorns” In The New York Times., 2019.
Wilcoxson, Kent H.. The Metamorphosis of Samuel Freeman: A Prophetic Look at the Prospects for the Human Race in the Year 2000 in a World of Ten Billion. [Victoria, BC, Canada]: Trafford, 2009.
Wilcox, Henry S.(1855-1924). The Great Boo-Boo: A Tale of Fun and Fancy, Replete with Love, Wit, Sentiment and Satire. A Novel. Des Moines, IA: J. B. Swinburne, 1892.
Greentopia: Towards a Sustainable Toronto, Edited by Wilcox, Alana, Palassio, Christina and Dovercourt, Jonny. Toronto, ON, Canada: Coach House Books, 2007.
Wilcox, Ella Wheeler (1858-1919). "The Forecast" In The Englishman and Other Poems. London: Gay and Hancock, 1912.
Wiggins, Marianne (b. 1947). John Dollar. New York: Harper & Row, 1989.
Wiggins, Todd. Zeitgeist. London: Victor Gollancz, 1996.
Wieser, Joseph. The Gospel of Reason, Bible of Truth, Justice and Correctness, and the Monarch of Literature. The Key to Solve All the Perplexed Social Problems. The only Infallible Guide to True Humanity, Genuine Enlightenment and the Highest Civilization. Containing: A True Definition of Social Science and Irrefutable Principles and Doctrines of all Rights, Duties and Universal Reform. Designed to Effect an Absolute Remedy of Our Great Wrongs and Evils, secure a Durable Peace Among all Nations, Restore Harmony and Contentment Among all Classes, bring Lasting Love and Joy to Every Family, and Lead every Man to the Acme of Happiness. San Francisco: Author, 1887.
Widener, Lee. “He Was So Old” In Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine. Vol. no. 28., 2017.
Wideman, John Edgar (b. 1941). The Lynchers. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973.
Wicks, Mark. To Mars via the Moon: An Astronomical Story. London: Seeley & Company, 1911.
Wicklow, A[nnemarie]. World Without Money--An Alternative. Ilfracombe, Devon, Eng.: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1980.
Wibbert, Marie. “This is an Optimistic Story about the Future” In Little Blue Marble: Stories of Our Changing Climate, Edited by Archer, Katrina. Np: Ganache Media epub, 2018.
Whyte, J. H.. New Orleans in 1950, Being a Story of the Carnival City, From the Pen of a Descendant of Herodotus, Possessing the Gift of Prescience. New Orleans, LA: A.W. Hyatt & Co, 1899.
Whitwell, [Thomas] Stedman (1784-1840). Description of an Architectural Model from a Design by Stedman Whitwell, Esq. for a Community Upon a Principle of United Interests as Advocated by Robert Owen, Esq.. London: Hurst Chance & Co. and Effingham Wilson, 1830.
Whittlesey, Charles (b. 1955). The Islander: A Romance of the Future. Np: np, 2007.
Whitney, Isabella (b. 1545?-78? fl. 1566–73). “The maner of her Wyll, and what she left to London, and all those in it: at her departing” In A sweet Nosegay, or Pleasant Posye: contayning a hundred and ten Phylosophicall Flowers . London: R. Jones, 1573.

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