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2019

Thornton, Pip. “Subprime Language and the Crash” In How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Edited by Graham, Mark, Kitchin, Rob, Mattern, Shannon and Shaw, Joe. Np: Meatspace Press, 2019.
Bower, A. E.. “Summanus” In Nourishment: A One-Shot Anthology of Science Fiction, Edited by Shultz, David F.. Np: TdotSpec, 2019.
Taylor, Linnet. “Swipe Right to Welcome Left to Reject” In How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Edited by Graham, Mark, Kitchin, Rob, Mattern, Shannon and Shaw, Joe. NP: Meatspace Press, 2019.
Thomas, Sheree Renée(b. 1972). “Thirteen Year Long Song” In Do Not Go Quietly: An Anthology of Victory in Defiance, Edited by Sizemore, Jason and Conner, Lesley. Lexington, KY: Apex Publications, 2019.
Richardson, Lizzie. “Too Much Fulfilment” In How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Edited by Graham, Mark, Kitchin, Rob, Mattern, Shannon and Shaw, Joe. NP: Meatspace Press, 2019.
Self, Will[iam Woodward](b. 1961). “Ungovernable Cities” In Gross Ideas: Tales of Tomorrow’s Architecture, Edited by Attlee, Edwina, Harper, Phineas and Smith, Maria. London: The Architecture Foundation and Oslo Architectural Triennale, 2019.
Self, Will[iam Woodward](b. 1961). “Ungovernable Cities” In Gross Ideas: Tales of Tomorrow’s Architecture, Edited by Attlee, Edwina, Harper, Phineas and Smith, Maria. London: The Architecture Foundation and Oslo Architectural Triennale, 2019.
Crampton, Jeremy W., and Hoover, Kara C.. "The Unseen" In How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Edited by Graham, Mark, Kitchin, Rob, Mattern, Shannon and Shaw, Joe. Np: Meatspace Press, 2019.
Shaw, Tina(b. 1961). Ursa. Newtown, NSW, Australia: Walker Books Australia, 2019.
Maalsen, Sophia, and Ivensen, Kurt. “Welcome to Jobstown” In How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Edited by Graham, Mark, Kitchin, Rob, Mattern, Shannon and Shaw, Joe. Np: Meatspace Press, 2019.
Schoenhals, Martin. Work, Love, and Learning in Utopia: Equality Reimagined. Abingdon, Eng./New York: Routledge, 2019.
Kitchin, Rob. You Are Entitled to What the Data Says You Deserve” In How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Edited by Graham, Mark, Kitchin, Rob, Mattern, Shannon and Shaw, Joe. Np: Meatspace Press, 2019.
Bratishenko, Lev. “You Wanted This” In Gross Ideas: Tales of Tomorrow’s Architecture, Edited by Attlee, Edwina, Harper, Phineas and Smith, Maria. London: The Architecture Foundation and Oslo Architectural Triennale, 2019.
Stephens, Monica. “Youthful Indiscretions” In How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Edited by Graham, Mark, Kitchin, Rob, Mattern, Shannon and Shaw, Joe. Np: Meatspace Press, 2019.
Stephens, Monica. “Youthful Indiscretions” In How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables, Edited by Graham, Mark, Kitchin, Rob, Mattern, Shannon and Shaw, Joe. Np: Meatspace Press, 2019.

2020

Satifka, Erica L.. Busted Synapses. Np: Broken Eye Books, 2020.
Soyinka, Wole [Akinwande Oluwole Babatunde](b. 1934). Chronicle from the Land of Happiest People on Earth. A Novel. Ibadan, Nigeria: Bookcraft, 2020.
Scotland, Laura. “The Chrysalis” In Shoreline of Infinity. Vol. no. 18., 2020.
Shahan, Sherry(b. 1949). “A Cracked Teapot” In Shoreline of Infinity. Vol. no. 19., 2020.
Inglis, Gavin. “Depth of Simulation” In Biopolis: Tales of Urban Biology, Edited by Pschetz, Larissa, McKie, Jane and Cachat, Elise. Edinburgh, Scot.: Shoreline of Infinity, 2020.
Szpara, K. M.. Docile [The dust jacket has the subtitle There Is No Consent Under Capitalism]. New York: Tor.com/Tom Doherty Associates, 2020.
Scully, Cat[herine]. “On a Dusty Trail” In The Dystopian States of America: A Charity Anthology Benefiting the ACLU Foundation, Edited by Bechtel, Matt. Haverill, MA: Haverill House, 2020.
Scully, Cat[herine]. “On a Dusty Trail” In The Dystopian States of America: A Charity Anthology Benefiting the ACLU Foundation, Edited by Bechtel, Matt. Haverill, MA: Haverill House, 2020.
Shawl, Nisi [Denise Angela](b. 1955). “Fourth and Most Important” In Us in Flux. Tempe, AZ: Center for Science and the Imagination, Arizona State University, 2020.
Saunders, George(b. 1958). "Ghoul" In The New Yorker. Vol. 96.35., 2020.

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