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Pythagorolunister [pseud.]. A Journey to the World in the Moon. A Dream Containing An Historical RELATION, (as receiv'd from a Lunar Philosopher) from above an Hundred Years last past, to the present Time, of the most Material Occurrences, as to the Religion, Politics, & c. of the INHABITANTS of that GLOBE. And particularly, Their Manner of ELECTIONS. London: Charles Corbett, 1740.
Puxley, Marianne. "Cronus" In Interzone. Vol. no. 29 ., 1989.
Putney, Susan K.. Against Arcturus. New York: Ace Books, 1972.
Putnam, Dave. Britain Uber Alles. Woodside, CA: Bulldog Press, 2006.
Putnam, Dave. The World War. Woodside, CA: Bulldog Press, 2004.
Putnam, J[ohn] P[ickering (1847-1917). "Architecture Under Nationalism" In The American Architect and Builders News . Vol. 29.759, 760, 764, 766, 768, 770; 30.772 ., 1890.
Putnam, Dave. The Gamekeeper's Night Dog. Woodside, CA: Bulldog Press, 2001.
Putnam, Dave. 10 Downing Street. Woodside, CA: Bulldog Press, 2004.
Puterbaugh, C[lement] E[verett]. When the Soviets Come to America. New York: Fortuny's, 1940.
Purkey, Ruth Angell. The Eden Echo. Boston, MA: Baker's Plays, 1976.
Purdy, Dennis C[arroll](b. 1952). The American Praetorians. A Novel. Victoria, BC, Canada: Trafford, 2002.
Purdom, Tom [Thomas Edward](b. 1936). The Barons of Behavior. New York: Ace Books, 1972.
Purdom, Tom [Thomas Edward](b. 1936). "Canary Land" In Asimov's Science Fiction . Vol. 21.1 (253) ., 1997.
Purdom, Tom [Thomas Edward](b. 1936). Five Against Arlane. New York: Ace Books, 1967.
Purchase, Graham. My Journey With Aristotle to the Anarchist Utopia. Gualala, CA: III Press, 1994.
Pullar, A. L.. Celestalia. A Fantasy A.D. 1975. Sydney, NSW: The Canberra Press, 1933.
Puffem, Peter [pseud.]. Heaven on Earth, or the New Lights of Harmony. An Extravaganza, in Two Acts. Philadelphia, PA: Np, 1825.
Psalmanaazaar, George [pseud.]. An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa, an Island Subject to the Emperor of Japan. Giving an Account of the Religion, Customs, Manners, & c. of the Inhabitants. Together with a Relation of what happen'd to the Author in his Travels; particularly his Conferences with the Jesuits, and others, in several Parts of Europe. Also the History and Reasons of his Conversion to Christianity, with his Objections against it (in defence of Paganism) and their Answers. To which is prefix'd, A Preface in Vindication of himself from the Reflections of a Jesuit lately come from China, with an Account of what passed between them. London: Ptd. for Dan. Brown, G. Strahan, and W. Davis, and Fran. Coggan, 1704.
Prugovecki, Eduard (1937-2003). Memoirs of the Future. Notre Dame, IN: Cross Cultural Publications, 2001.
Prugovecki, Eduard (1937-2003). Dawn of the New Man: A Futuristic Novel of Social Change. [Bloomington, IN]: Xlibris, 2002.
Provonost, Yvonne. "All the Tea in China" In Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine. Vol. no. 6 ., 2005.
Prospero, Peter L.L.D. [pseud.?]. "The Atlantis: A Southern World,--Or a Wonderful Continent,--Discovered in the Great Southern Ocean, and Supposed to be The Atlantis of Plato, or The Terra Australis Incognita of Dr. Swift, During a Voyage Conducted by Alonzo Pinzon Commander of The American Metal Ship Astrea" In The American Museum of Science, Literature and the Arts (Baltimore, MD). Vol. 1.1-4 - 2.1, 5-6 ., 1838.
The Prophet [pseud.]. "Yea Fifteen Years Hence. A Vision" In Yea Chronicle (Yea, VIC, Australia). Vol. no. 246 ., 1890.
Proctor, Richard. If I Were Dictator of Australia. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: The Ruskin Press, 1932.
Proctor, Thomas H.(b. 1842). The Banker Hypnotized: A Fiction. Sequel to “The Banker’s Dream. A Fiction. Sequel to “The Banker’s Dream.” An Argument for the Free Coinage of Silver. Vineland, NJ: Progressive Book Publishing, 1896.