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Tuttle, Lisa (b. 1952). "A Cold Dish" In SciFiction., 2000.
Tweed, Thomas [Frederick](1890-1940). Blind Mouths. London: Arthur Barker, Ltd, 1934.
Twelve Hawks, John [pseud.]. The Traveler. London: Bantam Press, 2005.
Twelve Hawks, John [pseud.]. Spark. A Novel. New York: Doubleday, 2014.
Twiford, William Richard. Sown in the Darkness A.D. 2,000. New York: Orlin Tremaine, 1941.
Twigg, Malcolm. "Kismet" In Writers of the Future. First Edition. devised by Pipers' Ash Limited. Chippenham, Wiltshire, Eng.: Pipers' Ash, 2002.
Twing, [Carolinn] Carrie E[dna] S[kinner](b. 1844). Contrasts in Spirit Life; and Recent Experiences of Samuel Bowles, Late Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican in the First Five Spheres. Also a Thrilling Account of the Late President Garfield's Reception in The Spirit World. Written Through the Hand of Carrie E.S. Twing. Springfield, MA: Star Publishing Co, 1881.
Twing, [Carolinn] Carrie E[dna] S[kinner](b. 1844). Experiences of Samuel Bowles, Late Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican in Spirit Life; or, Life As He Now Sees It From a Spiritual Standpoint. Written Through the Mediumship of ----------. Westfield, N.Y.. Springfield, MA: Star Pub. Co, 1880.
T[orrens], J[ohn M.]. "Imaginary Interview With the New Year" In A Song of Auckland and Other Verses . Auckland, New Zealand: Author, 1900.
T[orrens], J[ohn] M.. "A Trip to Mars: An 'Awful Venture,' A Curious Message. Being a copy of a circular addressed to the inhabitants of this world, by Mr. H.V. Mundo, the late visitor to the planet Mars. Reprinted from the Wellington A1 and New Zealand Tit-Bits" In A Trip to Mars: An "Awful Venture," A Curious Message. Being a copy of a circular addressed to the inhabitants of this world, by Mr. H.V. Mundo, the late visitor to the planet Mars. Vol. Cover says 2nd ed. Auckland, New Zealand: Wilson and Horton, 1901.

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