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[Lundin], [Steve Rune](b. 1959). Rejoice: A Knife to the Heart. A Novel of First Contact. New York: Promontory Press, 2018.
[Lupton], [Thomas](fl. 1572-84). Siuqila. Too Good, to be true: Omen. Though so at a vewe, Yet all that I tolde you, Is true, I upholde you: Now cease to aske why For I can not lye. Herein is shewed by waye of Dialogue, the wonderfull maners of the people of Mauqsun, with other talke not frivolous. London: Henrie Bynneman, 1580.
[Lyttelton Lyttelton],, [Thomas] [Baron](1744-79). "The State of England In the Year 2199" In Poems By a Young Nobleman, of Distinguished Abilities, lately deceased: Particularly The State of England, and the once flourishing City of London. In a Letter from an American Traveller, Dated from the Ruinous Portico of St. Paul,s, in the Year 2199. London: Ptd. for G. Kearsley, 1780.
[Macaulay], [Catherine](1731-91). "Short Sketch of a Democratical Form of Government." In Loose Remarks on Certain Positions to be Found in Mr. Hobbes's Philosophical Rudiments of Government and Society. With a Short Sketch of a Democratical Form of Government, In a Letter to Signior Paoli. London: Ptd. for T. Davies; Robinson and Roberts; and T. Cadell, 1767.
[MacDiarmid], [Hugh](1892-1978). "Fifty Years Hence" In The Scots Independent., 1929.
[Macgregor?], [Gregor]. Plan of a Constitution For the Inhabitants of the Indian Coast, In Central America, Commonly Called the Mosquito Shore. Edinburgh, Scot.: Ptd. by Balfour and Jack, 1836.
[MacGregor], [James Murdoch](1925-2008). "The Million Cities" In Satellite Science Fiction . Vol. 2.6 ., 1958.
[MacGregor], [James Murdoch](1925-2008). "Immortality for Some" In Astounding/Analog Science Fact & Fiction . Vol. 65.1., 1960.
[MacGregor], [James Murdoch](1925-2008). Six Gates from Limbo. London: Michael Joseph, 1968.
[MacGregor], [James Murdoch](1925-2008). A Planet Called Utopia. New York: Zebra Books, 1979.
[MacGregor], [James Murdoch](1925-2008). World Out of Mind. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1953.
[Macgregor], [John]. Popery in AD 1900. London: Seeley, 1851.
[MacGregor], [James Murdoch](1925-2008). "Bluebird World" In New Worlds Science Fiction (London). Vol. 12.36., 1955.
[MacGregor], [James Murdoch](1925-2008). The Noman Way. London: Brown, Watson Ltd. Digit Books, 1964.
[MacKay], [Mary "Minnie"](1855-1924). A Romance of Two Worlds. Vol. 2 vols. London: Richard Bentley, 1886.
[MacKay], [Mary "Minnie"](1855-1924). A Secret Power. London: Methuen, 1921.
[Mackay], [Charles]. Baron Grimbosh, Doctor of Philosophy and sometime Governor of Barataria. A Record of his Experience, Written by Himself in Exile, and Published by Authority. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1872.
[Macnie], [John](1836-1909). The Diothas; or, A Far Look Ahead. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1883.
[Madden], [Samuel Molyneux](1686-1765). Memoirs of the Twentieth Century, Being Original Letters of State, under George the Sixth, Relating to the most Important Events in Great-Britain and Europe, as to Church and State, Arts and Sciences, Trade, Taxes, and Treaties, Peace and War, and Characters of the Greatest Persons of those times. From the Middle of the Eighteenth, to the End of the Twentieth Century, and the World. Received and Revealed in the Year 1728; And now Published, for the Instruction of all Eminent Statesmen, Churchmen, Patriots, Politicians, Projectors, Papists and Protestants. In Six Volumes. Vol. Volume I [all published]. London: Ptd. for Osborn, Longman, Davis, and Batley et. al, 1733.
[Maginn], [William](1793-1842). Whitehall; or, the Days of George IV. London: William Marsh, 1827.
[Mangin], [Edward](1772-1852). Utopia Found: Being an Apology for Irish Absentees. Addressed to a Friend in Connaught. Bath, Eng.: Ptd. by Gye and Son, 1813.
[Manley], [Delarivière](1660s?-1724). Secret Memoirs and Manners of several Persons of Quality, of both Sexes. From the New Atalantis, an Island in the Mediterranean. Written originally in the Italian and translated from the third Edition of the French. Vol. 2 vols. London: Ptd. for John Morphew and J. Woodward, 1709.
[Marshall], [James Scott]. The Planet Mars and Its Inhabitants. A Psychic Revelation. Being a Comprehensive Outline of the Planet's Physical Features, Which Includes Its Geographic, Topographic and Meterologic Aspects; a History of Its People and the Plan of Their Utopian, Industrial and Economic System; of their Knowledge concerning our Theories of Relativity, Constitution of Matter, Interatomic and Cosmic Energy, Electricity, Hyperspace, Neutralization of Gravity; including a History of the Spiritual Progress of the People of Mars and Christ's Visit to their Planet Ten Thousand Years Ago, Edited by Kennon, J. L.. N.p.: N.p, 1922.
[Marshall], [Arthur Hammond](1866-1934). Upsidonia. London: Stanley Paul, 1915.
[Martyn], [Edward](1859-1923). Morgante the Lesser: His Notorious Life and Wonderful Deeds. Arranged and Narrated for the First Time. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1890.

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