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Cole, E[dward] W[illiam](1832-1918). "Federation of the World Inevitable Before the Year 2000. And the progress of the world during the next hundred years from now enormous, astounding, and greater than that of all the previous centuries put together. The human race, after many ages of fitful, painful, and weary struggling, is now fast ripening to a united, beautiful, and majestic flower, the crowning blossom of earth" In Cole’s Fun Doctor: The Funniest Book in the World. London/Melbourne, VIC, Australia: George Routledge & Sons/E.W. Cole Book Arcade, 1886.
Cole, E[dward] W[illiam](1832-1918). "Federation of the World Inevitable Before the Year 2000. And the progress of the world during the next hundred years from now enormous, astounding, and greater than that of all the previous centuries put together. The human race, after many ages of fitful, painful, and weary struggling, is now fast ripening to a united, beautiful, and majestic flower, the crowning blossom of earth" In Cole’s Fun Doctor: The Funniest Book in the World. London/Melbourne, VIC, Australia: George Routledge & Sons/E.W. Cole Book Arcade, 1886.
Carlson, Isaac. The Felicians. Np: np, 1914.
Cross, Katherine. “Feminist Constitution” In The Feminist Utopia Project: Fifty-Seven Visions of a Wildly Better Future, Edited by Brodsky, Alexandra and Nalebuff, Rachel Kauder. New York: The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2015.
Carr, Steve. “The Festival of the Cull” In Dystopia Utopia Short Stories: An Anthology of New & Classic Tales. London: Flame Tree Press, 2017.
Collins, [Edward John] Mortimer (1827-76). "Fifth Voyage of Captain Lemuel Gulliver, Sometime of Nottinghamshire" In Squire Silchester's Whim. Vol. 3 vols. London: Henry S. King and Co., 1873.
Collins, [Edward John] Mortimer (1827-76). "Fifth Voyage of Captain Lemuel Gulliver, Sometime of Nottinghamshire" In Squire Silchester's Whim. Vol. 3 vols. London: Henry S. King and Co., 1873.
Cogman, Genevieve. “The Final Path” In Now We Are Ten: Celebrating the First Ten Years of NewCon Press, Edited by Whates, Ian [George](b. 1959). [Weston, Eng]: NewCon Press, 2016.
[Robbins], [Harold Northway]](1874-1973). The Finding of Mercia. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1909.
Chan, Shirley. "Fire Star" In Infinite Dimensions: Crossroads . New York: JennJett Media, 2017.
Cowen,, J[ohn] N.I.M.. The First and Last Days of Alcohol the Great, in the Empire of Nationolia; or, Manxman's Records of the Temperance Revolution. Providence, RI: B.T. Albro, 1848.
Gorfain, Josh[ua]. “First Steps Outside” In All We Ever Wanted: Stories of a Better World, Edited by Miner, Matt, Palicki, Eric and Chin-Tanner, Tyler. Np: A Wave Blue World, 2018.
Clift, Arthur A.. The Five Bakers of Dubhampool: A Peep into the Future With Full Freedom Given to the Imagination. Shirley, Southampton, Eng.: A. A. Clift, 1910.
Cooper, Edmund (1926-82). Five to Twelve. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1968.
Conn, Brian. The Fixed Stars: Thirty-Seven Emblems for the Perilous Season. Tuscaloosa, AL: FC2, 2010.
Cowling, Ruby. "Flamingo Land" In Flamingo Land and Other Stories, Edited by Allfrey, Ellah Wakatama. London: Freight Press, 2015.
Creed, Frank (b. 1966). Flashpoint: Book One of the Underground. Lafayette, IN: The Writers' Café Press, 2007.
[Head], [Richard](1637-86). The Floating Island: or, A New Discovery, Relating The strange Adventure on a late Voyage From Lambethana to Villa Franca, alias Ramallia, To the Eastward of Terra del Templo, By three Ships, Viz. The Pay-naught, The Excuse, The Least-in-Sight, Under the conduct of Captain Robert Owe-much: Describing the Nature of the Inhabitants, their Religion, Laws and Customs. Published by Franck Careless [pseud.] one of the Discoverers. [London]: np, 1673.
Chesterton, G[ilbert] K[eith](1874-1936). The Flying Inn. London: Methuen, 1914.
Chesterton, G[ilbert] K[eith](1874-1936). The Flying Inn. London: Methuen, 1914.
Card, Orson Scott (b. 1951). Folk of the Fringe. West Bloomfield, MI: Phantasia, 1989.
Courtney, Robert L.. Folkhaven. Victoria, BC, Canada: Trafford, 2004.
Cassutt, Michael [Joseph](b. 1954). "The Folks" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Vol. 85.1 ., 1993.
Canfield, Thomas. "Food for Thought" In Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine. Vol. no. 6., 2005.
Cadigan, Pat[ricia Oren Kearney](b. 1953). Fools. New York: Bantam Books, 1992.

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