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Wijeratne, Yudhanjaya(b. 1992). Numbercaste. Np: [Author], 2017.
Weinbaum, [Betty Susan](b. 1952). “Novel Excerpt: And the Women Take Over Jerusalem” In Sinister Wisdom. Vol. no. 72., 2008.
Weinbaum, [Betty Susan](b. 1952). “Novel Excerpt: And the Women Take Over Jerusalem” In Sinister Wisdom. Vol. no. 72., 2008.
Wilson, Aaron M.. “Nova’s Cycles” In Bikes in Space [Cover adds a feminist science fiction anthology], Edited by Blue, Elly. Vol. Vol. 10 of Taking the Lane. Portland. OR: Elly Blue Publishing, 2013.
Waltman, Kevin. “Notes from a Pleasant Land Where Broken Hearts are Like Broken Hands” In Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet. Vol. no. 28., 2013.
Waskow, Arthur [Israel](b. 1933). "Notes from 1999" In Working Papers for a New Society. Vol. 1.1 ., 1973.
West, Wallace [George](1900-80). "No War Tomorrow" In Science Fiction Quarterly. Vol. 1.1 ., 1951.
White, Ted [Theodore Edwin](b. 1938). No Time Like Tomorrow. New York: Crown, 1969.
Watson, Simon. No Man's Land. London: Victor Gollancz, 1975.
Sparks, Cat[riona](b. 1965). "No Fat Chicks", Edited by Wessely, Tehani. Mawson, ACT, Australia: FableCroft Publishing, 2016.
Westwood, Kim. "Nightship" In Dreaming Again, Edited by Dann, Jack [Mayo](b. 1945). Sydney, NSW, Australia: HarperCollins Australia, 2008.
Wagar, W[alter] Warren(1932-2004). "The Night of No Joy" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Vol. 42.6 (433)., 1987.
Wagar, W[alter] Warren(1932-2004). "The Night of No Joy" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Vol. 42.6 (433)., 1987.
Murphy, Warren(b. 1933), and Cochran, Molly. “A Nice Place to Visit” In Newer York: Stories of Science Fiction and Fantasy About the World’s Greatest City, Edited by Watt-Evans, Lawrence(b. 1954). New York: Roc, 1991.
Wagar, W[alter] Warren(1932-2004). The Next Three Futures: Paradigms of Things to Come. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991.
Wagar, W[alter] Warren(1932-2004). The Next Three Futures: Paradigms of Things to Come. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991.

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