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[Neville], [Henry](1620-94). The Isle of Pines, or, a late Discovery of a fourth Island near Terra Australis, Incognita Being A True Relation of certain English persons, who in the dayes of Queen Elizabeth, making a Voyage to the East Indies, were cast away, and wracked Upon the Island near to the Coast of Terra Australis, Incognita, and all drowned, except one Man and four Women whereof one was a Negro. And now lately Anno Dom. 1667. a Dutch Ship driven by foul weather there, by chance have found their Posterity, (speaking good English) to amount to ten or twelve thousand persons, as they suppose. The whole Relation follows, written, and left by the Man himself a little before his death, and delivered to the Dutch by his Grandchild. Licensed June 27, 1668. London: Ptd. by S.G. for Allen Banks and Charles Harper, 1668.
Singh, Nidhi. "Islets of the Blessed" In Flash Fiction Press., 2016.
D’Ammassa, Don[ald Eugene](b. 1946). “Isn’t Life Great?” In Welcome to Dystopia: Forty-five Visions of What Lies Ahead, Edited by Van Gelder, Gordon(b. 1966). New York: O/R Books, 2018.
Dixie, Lady Florence [Caroline](1855-1905). "Isola or The Disinherited. A Drama" In Young Oxford. Vol. 3.36 - 4.41., 1902.
Evans, Anna D.. It Beats the Shakers or A New Tune. London: Anglo-American Corp., 1905.
Lewis, [Harry] Sinclair(1885-1951). It Can't Happen Here. A Novel. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co, 1935.
Roberts, Frank. "It Could Be You" In The Bulletin (Sydney, NSW, Australia) . Vol. 33.4281 ., 1962.
O'Sheel, Shaemas(1886-1954). It Could Never Happen or the Second American Revolution. New York: Coventry House, 1932.
Bloch, Robert [Albert](1917-94). "It Happened Tomorrow” In Astounding Stories. Vol. 4.3., 1943.
Frölich, Maria. “It Looked Like Our Dreams” In All We Ever Wanted: Stories of a Better World, Edited by Miner, Matt, Palicki, Eric and Chin-Tanner, Tyler. Np: A Wave New World, 2018.
Swan, H[erbert] E.. It Might Be: A Story of the Future Progress of the Sciences, The Wonderful Advancement in the Methods of Government and the Happy State of the People. Stafford, KS: H.E. Swan, 1896.
Harrow, Alix E.(b. 1989). “It’s 2039, and Your Beloved Books Are Dead” In The New York Times., 2019.
Ferriss, Lucy(b. 1954). “It’s 2040. We Need to Keep Abortion Legal in New York” In The New York Times., 2019.
Zhang, Baobao. “It’s 2043. We Need a New American Dream for the A.I. Revolution” In The New York Times., 2019.
Chiang, Ted(b. 1967). “It’s 2059, and the Rich Kids Are Still Winning: DNA tweaks won’t fix our problems” In The New York Times., 2019.
VanderMeer, Jeff[rey Scott](b. 1968). “It’s 2071, and We Bioengineered Our Own Extinction” In The New York Times., 2019.
Leslee, Jo. It Shall Be Conquered. Boston, MA: Christopher Pub. House, 1962.
Jesse, Kevin C[hristopher]. "It Takes a Village" In Futurescapes Volume One: Cities of Empowerment , Edited by Peterson, Luke. Vol. 1. [Orem, UT]: Utah Valley Office of New Urban Mechanics & Utah Valley University, 2017.
Davis, [Horace] Chan[dler](b. 1926). "It Walks in Beauty" In Star Science Fiction 1.1. Vol. 1.1 ., 1958.
Miller, Sam J[oshua](b. 1979). "It Was Saturday Night, I Guess That Makes It All Right” In A People’s Future of the United States: Speculative Fiction from 25 Extraordinary Writers, Edited by LaValle, Victor(b. 1972) and Adams, John Joseph(b. 1976). New York: One World, 2019.
Long, Frank Belknap [Jr.](1901-94). It Was the Day of the Robot. New York: Belmont, 1963.
Russen of Hythe, David. Iter Lunare: or, A Voyage to the Moon. Containing Some Consideration on the Nature of that Planet. The Possibility of getting thither. With other Pleasant Conceits about the Inhabitants, their Manners and Customs. London: Ptd. for J. Nutt, 1703.
Robinson, Spider(b. 1948). "It's a Sunny Day" In Galaxy Science Fiction. Vol. 37.1 ., 1976.
Wilson, Richard(1920-87). "It's Cold Outside" In If Worlds of Science Fiction. Vol. 7.1., 1956.
Van Pelt, James(b. 1954). "Its Hour Cometh" In Talebones. Vol. no. 24., 2002.

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