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Deighton, Len [Leonard Cyril](b. 1929). SS-GB: Nazi-occupied Britain 1941. London: Jonathan Cape, 1978.
deFord, Miriam Allen(1888-1975). "Throwback" In Startling Stories. Vol. 27.3 ., 1952.
deFord, Miriam Allen(1888-1975). "The Season of the Babies" In Fantastic Universe . Vol. 12.2 ., 1959.
deFord, Miriam Allen(1888-1975). "Beast in View" In Omega, Edited by Elwood, Roger [Paul](1943-2007). New York: Walker, 1973.
deFord, Miriam Allen(1888-1975). "Lone Warrior" In Two Views of Wonder, Edited by Scortia, Thomas N[icholas](1926-86) and Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn(b. 1942). New York: Ballantine Books, 1973.
deFord, Miriam Allen(1888-1975). "The CRIB Circuit" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction . Vol. 37.5 (222) ., 1969.
Deesen, H[erb]. The Entangled World. Brighton, Eng.: Book Services Partnership, 1988.
Deegan, T[homas] P[atrick]. The Rescue of Victoria The Beautiful Nihilist. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: H. Hearne & Co, 1909.
[Deefholts], [Susan Lynne](1942-2015). "Persephone's Library" In Tesseracts Eleven, Edited by Doctorow, Cory [Efram](b. 1971) and Phillips, Holly(b. 1969). Calgary, AL, Canada: Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2007.
Dedman, Stephen(b. 1959). "Lost Arts" In Dreaming Again, Edited by Dann, Jack [Mayo](b. 1945). Sydney, NSW, Australia: HarperCollins Australia, 2008.
Dedman, Stephen(b. 1959). "Transit" In Asimov's Science Fiction . Vol. 22.3 (267) ., 1998.
Dedman, Stephen(b. 1959). Foreign Bodies. New York: Tor, 1999.
Dedman, Stephen(b. 1959). "Founding Fathers" In Science Fiction Age. Vol. 6.3 ., 1998.
Dedman, Stephen(b. 1959). "Line of Defence" In Aurealis (Australia). Vol. no. 32 ., 2003.
Dedman, Stephen(b. 1959). "The Lady Macbeth Blues" In Interzone (Brighton, Eng.) . Vol. no. 148., 1999.
Deconnick, Kelly Sue(b. 1970), and De Landro, Valentine. Bitch Planet. Berkeley, CA: Image Comics, 2014.
DeBrandt, Don H.(b. 1963). The Quicksilver Screen. New York: Ballantine Books, 1992.
Debenham, L. "Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Five; or 'When There's a Will, There's a Way'" In Drama for the Drawing Room. London: London Literary Society, 1885.
Dearmer, Geoffrey(1893-1996). Saint on Holiday. London: William Heinemann, 1933.
Dearborn, G. D.. "Pigs" In The Dystopian States of America: A Charity Anthology Benefiting the ACLU Foundation, Edited by Bechtel, Matt. Haverill, MA: Haverill House, 2020.
Deakin, Alfred(1856-1919). A New Pilgrim's Progress Purported to be Given By John Bunyan, Through an Impressional Medium. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: W.H. Terry, 1877.
Deadwood, Hank(b. 1959). Dynamo. Oakland, CA: Regent Press, 2000.
de Vries, Jetse. “The World Coyote Made” In Looking Landwards: Stories Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Institute of Agricultural Engineers, Edited by Whates, Ian [George](b. 1959). [Weston, Eng]: NewCon Press in Association with The Institute of Agricultural Engineers, 2013.
de Vries, Jetse. “The Electrified Ants” In Altered States: A Cyberpunk Sci-Fi Anthology, Edited by Booth, Roy C. and Salgado-Reyes, Jorge. London: Indie Authors Press, 2014.
De Tyne,, William ed. [written by] [pseud?]. The Day After To-Morrow; or, Fata Morgana: Containing the Opinions of Mr. Serjeant Mallet, M.P. for Boldborough, on the Future State of the British Nation and of the Human Race. London: G. Routledge and Co, 1858.

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