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[Meaney], [John](b. 1957). Point. Nottingham, Eng.: Angry Robot, 2011.
[Meeker], [Nathaniel Cook] [supposed author](1817-79). Life and Adventures of Capt. Jacob D. Armstrong. New York: DeWitt & Davenport, 1852.
[Merril], [Judith(Josephine Juliet Grossman)](1923-97). “World of the Future 2. A Woman of the World” In Venture Science Fiction. Vol. 1.1., 1957.
[Meynard], [Yves](b. 1964), and [Trudel], [Jean-Louis](b. 1967). "Kapuzine and the Wolf: A Hortatory Tale" In Witpunk, Edited by Lalumière, Claude(b. 1966) and Halpern, Marty. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows, 2003.
[Michels], [Nicholas]. The Godhood of Man. His Religious, Political and Economic Development and the Sources of Social Inequality. Chicago, IL: Author, 1899.
[Milkomane], [George Alexis Milkomanovich](1903-96). Peace in Nobody's Time. London: Hutchinson, 1944.
[Milkomane], [George Alexis Milkomanovich](1903-96). Spurious Sun. London: T. Werner Laurie, 1948.
[Miller], [Cincinnatus Hiner](1837-1913). The Building of the City Beautiful. Cambridge, MA: Stone and Kimball, 1893.
[Miller], [George Noyes](1845-1904). After the Strike of a Sex; or, Zugassent's Discovery with the Oneida Community, and the Perfectionists of Oneida and Wallingford. London: William Reeves, 1891.
[Miller], [George Noyes](1845-1904). The Strike of a Sex. A Novel. New York: G.W. Dillingham, 1890.
[Mills], [Elliott E.](1881-1956). The Further Surprising Adventures of Lemuel Gulliver (First a Surgeon and then Captain of several Ships) in Topsy-Turvy Isle. Oxford, Eng.: Alden & Co, 1906.
[Mills], [Elliott E.](1881-1956). The Decline and Fall of the British Empire. A brief account of those cases which resulted in the destruction of our late Ally, together with a comparison between the British and Roman Empires. Appointed for use in the National Schools of Japan--Tokio, 2005--. Oxford, Eng./London: Alden & Co., Ltd., Bocardo Press/Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co, Ltd., 1905.
[Mittelhölzer], [Edgar Austin](1909-65). The Mad MacMullochs. London: Peter Owen, 1959.
[Mohler], [William W.]. "Plenitude" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Vol. 17.5 (102) ., 1958.
[Moore], [Francis Thomas(Frank)](1867-1940). God's . . . . . Suggestions. God's Appeal to Humanity. God's Appeal to Theologians. God's World Suggestions. God Authorises the Millennium. Wellington, New Zealand: Ptd. by the New Zealand Times, 1900.
[Moore], [Francis(Frank) Frankfort](1855-1931). Ireland a Nation! The Viceroy Muldoon: His Court and Courtship. Including the True Record of His Excellency’s Encounter With the Right Honourable Timothy Moriarty, Prime Minister, in the Lower Castle Yard, Dublin, A.D. 1895. By Bernard O’Hea, Late Yeoman Usher of the Green Rod and Registrar of the Most Emeral Order of the Shamrock and Sunburst (Now Extinct). Belfast: Olley & Co., 1893.
[Moore], [M. Louise]. Al-Modad; or, Life Scenes Beyond the Polar Circumflex. A Religio-Scientific Solution of the Problems of Present and Future Life. Shell Bank, Cameron Parish, LA: M.L. Moore and M. Beauchamp, 1892.
[Moore], [G. H.]. Opening and Proceedings of the Irish Parliament: Two Visions. London: Reeves & Turner, 1886.
[Moore], [Francis(Frank) Frankfort](1855-1931). Ireland a Nation! The Diary of an Irish Cabinet Minister: Being the History of the First (and Only) Irish National Administration, 1894. Printed from the Ms. Of the Right Hon. Phineas O'Flannagan, Late Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Belfast, Ireland: Olley & Co, 1893.
[Moore], [Daniel](1764-1882). An Account of Count D'Artois and his Friend's Passage to the Moon, in a Flying Machine, called, an Air Balloon; Which was constructed in France, and from which place they ascended. Giving an Account of the Things, or Objects, they had a View of in the Passage; and likewise the Circumstances of their landing in that Planet, and conversing with the Inhabitants;--their Language, Manners, Religion, & c.--With many other Things very entertaining, and well worth the Attention of those who need it. Litchfield, CT: Ptd. by Collier and Copp, 1785.
[Morgan], [Cynthia A.]. “And Keep Us From Our Castles” In Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact . Vol. 93.6., 1974.
[Morgan], [Joseph](1671-ca. 1749). The History of the Kingdom of Basaruah, Containing A Relation of the most Memorable Transactions, Revolutions and Heroick Exploits in that Kingdom, from the first Foundation thereof unto this present time. Collected from the most Antient Records of that Country, and Translated into our Language, not only for Delight, but for the abundant Instruction that may be learned there-from, in these Remote Parts. Written in Discharge of the Trust reposed in the Author by his Majesty, for the Discovery of Foreign things. Boston, MA [Actually New York]: Np [Actually Bradford], 1715.
[Morgan], [John Minter](1782-1854). Hampden in the Nineteenth Century; or, Colloquies on the Errors and Improvement of Society. Vol. 2 vols. London: Edward Moxon, 1834.
[Morgan], [Joseph](1671-ca. 1749). Brief History of the Country of Humanity: Giving an Account of the First Settlement of that Country under My Lord Love God, the First Governour under the King. Its being taken by an Army of Intruders, thro' the Treachery of Mr. Love Self, who usurped the Government. The Devastations made in the Country by the Intruders. The Opposition made against them by Capt. Prudence. The re-taking of the Country by Gen. Gospel. And the Wars in the Country during those Times. Boston, N[ew] E[ngland]: Ptd. by Samuel Gerrish, 1728.
[Morrissey], [Joseph Laurence](1905-81). The Stars Came Down. London: World Distributors, 1964.

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