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Farren, Mick [Michael Anthony](1943-2013). The Feelies. London: Big O Publishing, 1978.
Ford, Mary(b.1856). "A Feminine Iconoclast" In The Nationalist. Vol. 1.7 ., 1889.
Fink, Deborah. "A Feminist Utopia" In The Voice of the Prophet. Vol. 6.2 ., 1983.
Ferber, Edna(1887-1968). "A Few Things Altered or Abolished" In The Nation (New York). Vol. 126.3282 ., 1928.
Murphy, Pat[rice Anne](b. 1955). "Fix-It Shop" In Catalysts, Explorers & Secret Keepers: Women of Science Fiction, Edited by Louzon, Monica, Weisfeld, Jake, McHale, Heather, Jasny, Barbara and Frederick, Rachel. Washington, DC: Museum of Science Fiction, 2017.
Boal, Nina. "Flight" In The Red Sun of Darkover, Edited by Bradley, Marion Zimmer(1930-99) and Friends of Darkover, The [pseud.]. New York: DAW Books, 1987.
Fowler, Geo[rge]. A Flight to the Moon; or, The Vision of Randalthus. Baltimore, MD: A. Miltenberger, 1813.
[Coxe], [Edward D.]. The Fool Killer. Chicago, IL: American Publishers' Association, 1885.
Fox, Andrew(b. 1964). "For Our Sins . . ." In Hazardous Imaginings: The Mondo Book of Politically Incorrect Science Fiction. Manassas, VA: MonstraCity Press, 2020.
Liu, Xiaodan [pseud.]. “For Whom the Bell Curve Tolls” In Again, Hazardous Imaginings: More Politically Incorrect Science Fiction. An International Anthology, Edited by Fox, Andrew(b. 1964). Manassas, VA: MonstraCity Press, 2020.
Frase, Peter. Four Futures: Vision of the World After Capitalism. London: Verso, 2016.
Freeman, G[eorge] H[arris]. The Free Prince and The New World's Laws and A Vision of the Outer World. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: J. Ingleson Print, 1909.
Freeman, G[eorge] H[arris]. The Free Prince and The New World's Laws and A Vision of the Outer World. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: J. Ingleson Print, 1909.
[Azania], [Malcolm](b. 1969). From the Notebooks of Doctor Brain. New York: Ballantine Books, 2007.
Osborne, Heather. “From the Shoals of Broken Cities” In Shades Within Us: Tales of Migration and Fractured Borders, Edited by Forest, Susan and Law, Lucas K.. Calgary, AB, Canada: Laksa Media Groups, 2018.
Hueffer, [Joseph Leopold] Ford [Hermann] Madox(1873-1939). “The Future in London” In In W.W. Hutchings. London Town Past and Present With a Chapter on the Future in London by Ford Madox Hueffer. Profusely Illustrated from Old Prints and from Photographs and Drawings. Vol. 2 vols. London: Cassell and Co., 1909.
Fuller, Ralph. The Future Revealed in the Wisdom of Chiska Ru. An Unbiased Stranger Guides the Discussion . . .. Vancouver, BC, Canada: Atlas Printers, 1943.
Farmer, Richard N.(d. 1987). "Futurology: The Real World of 2084" In The Real World of 1984: A Look at the Forseeable Future. New York: David McKay Co., 1973.

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Forbes, Alexander. “The Gardener” In Social Alternatives (Brisbane, Qld, Australia). Vol. 39.2., 2020.
Forrest, Bella. The Gender Game. Np: Nightlight Press, 2016.
Ferguson, Will [William Stener](b. 1964). Generica. Toronto, ON, Canada: Penguin Books Canada, 2001.
Heartfield, Kate. “Gilbert Tong’s Life List” In Shades Within Us: Tales of Migration and Fractured Borders, Edited by Forest, Susan and Law, Lucas K.. Calgary, AB, Canada: Laksa Media Groups, 2018.
Farris, Jonathan. “Gillan Is Not All” In Janus. Vol. no. 8 (3.2)., 1977.
Shaw-Mathews, Patricia. "Girls Will Be Girls" In Free Amazons of Darkover: An Anthology, Edited by Bradley, Marion Zimmer(1930-99) and Friends of Darkover, The [pseud.]. New York: DAW Books, 1985.
Frederic, Harold(1856-1898). “Gloria Mundi” In The Cosmopolitan: A Monthly Illustrated Magazine . Vol. 24.3 - 26.1 ., 1898.

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