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Galton, Francis(1822-1911). "The Donoghues of Dunno Weir" In Utopian Studies. Vol. 12.2., 1901.
Maughan, Tim(b. 1973). "Don't Be Evil" In Big Echo: Critical SF. Vol. no. 7, Part 1., 2018.
Lee, Tanith(1947-2015). Don't Bite the Sun. New York: DAW Books, 1976.
van Vogt, A[lfred] E[lton](1912-2000). "Don't Hold Your Breath" In Saving Worlds: A Collection of Original Science Fiction Stories, Edited by Elwood, Roger [Paul](1943-2007) and Kidd, Virginia(1921-2003). Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1973.
Innes, Wayne(b. 1943). Don't Pay Taxes. Auckland, New Zealand: Social Analysis Ltd, 1978.
Wendt, Albert(b. 1939). "The Don'ts of Whistling" In Landfall 184 (New Zealand). Vol. 46.4., 1992.
Barr, Robert(1850-1912). “The Doom of London” In The Idler: An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. 2., 1892.
The Doom of the County Council of London. London: W.H. Allen and Co, 1892.
Hay, William Delisle(b. 1853). The Doom of the Great City; Being The Narrative of a Survivor, Written A.D. 1942. London: Newman & Co, 1880.
[Rosewater], [Frank](1856-1934). Doomed. A Startling Message to the People of Our Day, interwoven in an Antediluvian Romance of Two Old Worlds and Two Young Lovers, by Queen Metel and Prince Loab of Atlo, Re-incarnated in its Editors, Marian and Franklin Mayoe. By the Atlon Calendar, the Year 14,909; by Our Calendar the Year 1920. New York: Frank Rosewater, Publisher, 1920.
Benoist, Elizabeth S.(1901-99). Doomsday Clock. San Antonio, TX: Naylor Co, 1975.
Epstein, Micah. “Doomsday Derby” In Solarpunk Magazine. Vol. no. 1., 2022.
[Upchurch], [Boyd Bradfield](1919-2013). The Doomsday Gene. New York: Weybright & Talley, 1973.
Bulmer, [Henry] Kenneth(1921-2005). The Doomsday Men. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1968.
Moore, C[atherine] L[ucille](1911-87). Doomsday Morning. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1957.
Forman, James D[ouglas](b. 1932). Doomsday Plus Twelve. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1984.
Ramsay, Jack. The Doomsday Scenario: A story set in an imaginary Britain of the present in the very near future, whenever that may happen to be. London: Publishing Associates, 1995.
Macbeth, George, and Bingham, J. S.. "The Doomsday Show. A Cabaret" In New English Dramatists. Vol. 14. Harmondsworth, Eng.: Penguin, 1970.
Slonczewski, Joan [Lyn](b. 1956). A Door Into Ocean. New York: Arbor House, 1986.
Heinlein, Robert A[nson](1907-88). "The Door Into Summer" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (New York). Vol. 11.4 - 6 (65-67)., 1956.
Engdahl, Sylvia [Louise](b. 1933). The Doors of the Universe. New York: Atheneum, 1981.
Heard, H[enry] F[itzgerald](1889-1971). Doppelgangers: An Episode of the Fourth, The Psychological, Revolution 1997. New York: Vanguard Press, 1947.
Griggs, Sutton E[lbert](1872-1933). "Dorlan's Plan. (Sequel to 'Unfettered'.) A Dissertation on the Race Problem" In Unfettered. A Novel. Nashville, TN: Orion Publishing Co., 1902.
Trafton, Adeline(1842?-1920?). "Dorothy’s Experience" In Christian Union. Vol. 42.1 - 8 . Boston, MA: Lee and Shepard Publishers, 1890.
Goodman, Percival(1904-89). The Double E. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books, 1977.

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