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O’Brien, M. E., and Abdelhadi, Eman. Everything for Everybody: An Oral History of the New York Commune, 2052-2072. Brooklyn, NY/Philadelphia, PA: Common Notions, 2022.
Linden, Tee. “Exhausted Wells” In from the Waste Land: Stories Inspired by TS Eliot’s The Waste Land, Edited by Rhoden, Clare. Hornsea, Eng.: Drugstore Indian Press/PS Publishing, 2022.
Kwaymullina, Ambelin(b. 1975). “Fifteen Days on Mars” In Unlimited Futures: Speculative, Visionary Blak and Black Fiction, Edited by Ismail, Rafeif and van Neerven, Ellen(b. 1990). North Fremantle, WA, Australia: Fremantle Press in association with Djed Press, 2022.
Dugan, Grace(b. 1981). “Floating Island” In Phase Change: Imagining Energy Futures, Edited by Chrulew, Matthew. [Yokine, WA, Australia]: Twelfth Planet Press, 2022.
Gunter, Elnora. "Food for the Soul" In Fiyah Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction. Vol. no. 23., 2022.
Delaney, E. J.. “Forbidden Voices” In Cast of Wonders. Vol. no. 510., 2022.
Croal, Lyndsey. “The Forest Awaits” In No More Fairy Tales: Stories to Save Our Planet, Edited by Baden, D[enise] A.. Np: Habitat Press, 2022.
Due, Tananarive [Priscilla](b. 1966). "Ghost Ship" In Africa Risen: A New Era of Speculative Fiction, Edited by Thomas, Sheree Renée(b. 1972), Ekpeki, Oghenechovwe Donald and Knight, Zelda [pseud.]. [Olivia E. Raymond]. New York: Tordotcom/Tom Doherty Associates, 2022.
Saunders, Mykaela. "The Girls Home" In Unlimited Futures: Speculative, Visionary Blak and Black Fiction, Edited by Ismail, Rafeif and van Neerven, Ellen(b. 1990). North Fremantle, WA, Australia: Fremantle Press in association with Djed Press, 2022.
Jiang, Ai(b. 1997). “Give Me English” In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Vol. 142.5/6., 2022.
Fuller, Lisa. “History Repeating” In Unlimited Futures: Speculative, Visionary Blak and Black Fiction, Edited by Ismail, Rafeif and van Neerven, Ellen(b. 1990). North Fremantle, WA, Australia: Fremantle Press in association with Djed Press, 2022.
Kellner, G[ayle] G.. Hope. A History of the Future. A Novel. Phoenix, AZ: SparkPress/BookParts/SparkPoint Studio, 2022.
Robson, Justina [Louise Alice](b. 1968). “I Give You the Moon” In Tomorrow’s Parties: Life in the Anthropocene, Edited by Strahan, Jonathan(b. 1964). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2022.
Baker, S.G.. “I Hope This Email Does Not Find You”., 2022.
Greenblatt, A[liza] T.. “If We Make It Through This Alive” In Slate Future Tense ., 2022.
Vara, Vauhini. The Immortal King Rao. A Novel. New York: W. W. Norton, 2022.
Swirsky, Rachel(b. 1962). January Fifteenth. New York: Tordotcom/Tom Doherty Associates, 2022.
Upton, Judy(b. 1967). “Jetta” In C.A.T.S. in Space: Cycling Across Time and Space: 11 Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy, Edited by Blue, Elly. Portland, OR: Elly Blue Publishing, 2022.
Brown, Ashaya. "Kingston Gourmet" In Fiyah Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction. Vol. no. 23., 2022.
Olofinlua [Amogunla], Temitayo. “The Last Brown Roof” In Omenana Speculative Fiction Magazine. Vol. no. 23., 2022.
Lewis, L. D.. “Last Stand of the E. 12th St. Pirates” In Lightspeed. Vol. no. 151., 2022.
Muslim, Kristine Ong(b. 1980). “Letter to J at the Eve of the Hunt” In Solarpunk Magazine. Vol. no. 2., 2022.
King, E[lizabeth] E[ve], and Lau, Richard. “A Letter to My Daughter, Emily” In Solarpunk Magazine. Vol. no. 3., 2022.
Richardson, Endria Isa. "Life in the City" In Solarpunk Magazine. Vol. no. 2., 2022.
Ulibarri, Sarena. “Light into the Abyss” In Solarpunk Magazine. Vol. no. 2., 2022.

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