Biblio

Search
Export 7694 results:
Author [ Title(Desc)] Year
Filters: Keyword is Male author  [Clear All Filters]
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 

W

[Janvier], [Thomas Allibone](1849-1913). The Women's Conquest of New-York. Being an account of The Rise and Progress of the Women's Rights Movement; of the Grant of Female Suffrage; of the Formation of the Area League; of the Capture by the Women Voters of the Government of New York by the Election as Mayoress of Bridget O'Dowd; and the Season of Female Despotism which thereafter ensued, and which was ended by an appeal to Primitive Natural Law. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1894.
[Clark], [Charles Heber](1847-1915). "The Women's Millennium" In Daily Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia, PA) . Vol. 21.15 ., 1867.
Cooke, David C[oxe]. "Women's World" In Science Fiction (Holyoke, MA). Vol. 1.5 ., 1939.
Taine, Ted. "Women's World" In Fantastic Adventures. Vol. 15.3., 1953.
Malzberg, Barry N[athaniel](b. 1939). “The Wonderful All-Purpose Transmogrifier” In Final Stage: The Ultimate Science Fiction Anthology, Edited by Ferman, Edward L(b. 1937) and Malzberg, Barry N[athaniel](b. 1939). New York: Charterhouse, 1974.
Gaustad, Rev. Christopher(1838-1927). The Wonderful Dream of What May Happen in the Twentieth Century. Halcombe, New Zealand: Author, 1889.
Flürscheim, Michael(1844-1912). "Wonderful Story of a Shipwreck and Its Consequences" In The Commercial Exchange Gazette. The Official Organ of the New Zealand Exchange Co., Ltd. (New Zealand) . Vol. 1.7., 1899.
Baum, L[yman](1856-1919). The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Chicago, IL: G.M. Hill, 1900.
Armstrong, Herbert W.(1892-1986), and Armstrong, Garner Ted(1940-2003). The Wonderful World of Tomorrow: What It Will Be Like. Pasadena, CA: Ambassador College Press, 1966.
Sellar, Gord. "Wonjjang and the Madman of Pyongyang" In Tesseracts Twelve, Edited by Lalumière, Claude(b. 1966). Calgary, AL, Canada: Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2008.
Drennan, Paul [Raymond](1949-2003). Wooden Centauri: A Science Fiction Novel. Morley, Eng.: Elmfield, 1975.
Howey, Hugh [Crocker](b. 1975). Wool Omnibus. Np: CreateSpace, 2012.
Gunn, James E[dwin](1923-2020). "A Word for Freedom" In If: Worlds of Science Fiction . Vol. 2.6 ., 1954.
Watts, Peter [Francis](b. 1958). “A Word for Heathens” In ReVision, Edited by Czerneda, Julie and Szpindel, Isaac. New York: DAW Books, 2004.
Hughes, Rolf. “Word of Mouth and an Imaginary Flánerie: On Reading Word of Mouth. A Novel and a Critical Commentary on the Creative Process”. Norwich, England: Dissertation. University of East Angla, 1994.
Taber, Albert Ernest. Work for All. A Co-operative Commonwealth based on Ruskin's Teaching. Leeds, Eng.: Arthur Wigley, 1914.
Schoenhals, Martin. Work, Love, and Learning in Utopia: Equality Reimagined. Abingdon, Eng./New York: Routledge, 2019.
Berry, Wendell(b. 1934). "Work Song 2. A Vision" In Clearing. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977.
Portner, Joyce, and Etkin, Larry. "The Work/Family Connection in the Year 2020" In Marriage and the Family in the Year 2020, Edited by Kirkendall, Lester A. and Gravatt, Arthur E.. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1984.
Jasper, Michael. "Working the Game" In Future Orbits . Vol. 4. Canton, OH: Prime Books, 2002.
[Lane], [William](1861-1917). The Workingman's Paradise: An Australian Labour Novel. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Edwards, Dunlop & Co, 1892.
Banks, R[aymond] E[ugene](1918-96). "The Work-Out Planet" In If: Worlds of Science Fiction . Vol. 4.1 ., 1954.
Peck, Bradford(1853-1935). The World a Department Store. A Story of Life Under a Coöperative System. Lewiston, ME: Bradford Peck, 1900.
Beard, Charles A[ustin](1874-1948). "The World As I Want It" In The Forum (New York). Vol. 91 ., 1934.
Kellogg, Paul U[nderwood](1879-1958). "The World As I Want It" In The Forum and Century (New York). Vol. 92.2., 1934.

Pages