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Scott, Hugh. Why Weeps the Brogan?. London: Walker Books, 1989.
Gilbert, W[illiam] S[chwenck](1836-1911). "The Wicked World: An Allegory" In Tom Hood's Comic Annual for 1871. London: Published at the Fun Office, 1871.
Van de Weyer, Robert. Wickwyn: A Vision of the Future. London: SPCK, 1986.
Cunningham, Beall. The Wide, White Page. London: Hutchinson, 1936.
Dila, Dilman (b. 1977). “A Wife and a Slave.” In A Killing in the Sun . Yeoville, Johannesburg, South Africa: Black Letter Media, 2014.
Darrow, Frank M.. Wife Styles and Life Styles. Trona, CA: Author, 1974.
Di Filippo, Paul [Gerard](b. 1954). "Wikiworld" In Fast Forward: Future Fiction from the Cutting Edge, Edited by Anders, Lou. Amherst, NY: Pyr, 2007.
Ing, Dean (b. 1931). Wild Country. New York: Tor, 1985.
Warner, Rex [Reginald Ernest](1905-86). The Wild Goose Chase. London: Boriswood, 1937.
Macpherson, Ian (1905-44). Wild Harbour. Edinburgh, Scot.: Paul Harris Publishing, 1936.
Thom, Robert (1929-79). Wild in the Streets. New York: Pyramid, 1968.
[Youd], [Sam](1922-2012). Wild Jack. London: Hamilton, 1974.
Robinson, Kim Stanley (b. 1952). Wild Shore. New York: Ace Science Fiction Books/Berkley Publishing Co., 1984.
Kelly, James Patrick (b. 1951). Wildlife. New York: Tor, 1994.
Geigley, Vance A[cton](1907-96). Will It End This Way?. New York: Vantage Press, 1968.
Wells, H[erbert] G[eorge](1866-1946). “Will There Be Servants in 2000 A.D.” In Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress Upon Human Life and Thought . London: Chapman and Hall, 1901.
Dail, C[harles] C[urtis](1851-1902). Willmoth, The Wanderer; or, The Man From Saturn. This Story gives the Life and Adventures of a Man who Lived for Millions of Years, and Explored three planets--Saturn, Venus and Earth. Although it is the Author's first effort, it will be found to Amuse, Instruct and Please the Reader from the first to the last Page in the Book. Very Respectfully Yours, The Author. [Atchison, KS[: [Haskill Printing Company], 1890.
Mamet, David [Alan](b. 1947). Wilson: A Consideration of the Sources: Containing the original Notes, Errata, Commentary, and the Preface to the Second Edition. London: Faber and Faber, 2000.
Taylor, Terence. “Wilson’s Singularity” In People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction! , Edited by Hopkinson, Nalo and Muslim, Kristine Ong. Vol. Special Issue of Lightspeed, no. 73 ., 2016.
Story, Jack Trevor (1917-91). “The Wind in the Snottygobble Tree” In New Worlds. Vol. Nos. 195 - 198 ., 1969.
Bulmer, Henry Kenneth (1921-2005). The Wind of Liberty. London: Digit Books, 1962.
Nicholson, William [Benedict](b. 1948). The Wind Singer. London: Mammoth, 2000.
Snyder, John. The Wind Trust: A Possible Prophecy With an Introduction by Edward Everett Hale. Boston, MA: James H. West Company, 1903.
Davidson, Rjurik. "The Winding Down of the World" In Edison's Frankenstein, Edited by Crowther, Peter (b. 1949) and Gevers, Nick. Vol. Postscripts 20/21. Hornsea, Eng.: PS Publishing, 2009.
Anderson, Poul [William](1926-2001). "Windmill" 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.

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