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T[orrens], J[ohn] M.. "A Trip to Mars: An 'Awful Venture,' A Curious Message. Being a copy of a circular addressed to the inhabitants of this world, by Mr. H.V. Mundo, the late visitor to the planet Mars. Reprinted from the Wellington A1 and New Zealand Tit-Bits" In A Trip to Mars: An "Awful Venture," A Curious Message. Being a copy of a circular addressed to the inhabitants of this world, by Mr. H.V. Mundo, the late visitor to the planet Mars. Vol. Cover says 2nd ed. Auckland, New Zealand: Wilson and Horton, 1901.
T[orrens], J[ohn M.]. "Imaginary Interview With the New Year" In A Song of Auckland and Other Verses . Auckland, New Zealand: Author, 1900.
Twing, [Carolinn] Carrie E[dna] S[kinner](b. 1844). Contrasts in Spirit Life; and Recent Experiences of Samuel Bowles, Late Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican in the First Five Spheres. Also a Thrilling Account of the Late President Garfield's Reception in The Spirit World. Written Through the Hand of Carrie E.S. Twing. Springfield, MA: Star Publishing Co, 1881.
Twing, [Carolinn] Carrie E[dna] S[kinner](b. 1844). Experiences of Samuel Bowles, Late Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican in Spirit Life; or, Life As He Now Sees It From a Spiritual Standpoint. Written Through the Mediumship of ----------. Westfield, N.Y.. Springfield, MA: Star Pub. Co, 1880.
Twigg, Malcolm. "Kismet" In Writers of the Future. First Edition. devised by Pipers' Ash Limited. Chippenham, Wiltshire, Eng.: Pipers' Ash, 2002.
Twiford, William Richard. Sown in the Darkness A.D. 2,000. New York: Orlin Tremaine, 1941.
Twelve Hawks, John [pseud.]. The Dark River. Book Two of The Fourth Realm Trilogy. London: Bantam Press, 2007.
Twelve Hawks, John [pseud.]. The Golden City: Book Three of the Fourth Realm Trilogy. New York: Doubleday, 2009.
Twelve Hawks, John [pseud.]. The Traveler. London: Bantam Press, 2005.
Twelve Hawks, John [pseud.]. Spark. A Novel. New York: Doubleday, 2014.
Tweed, Thomas [Frederick](1890-1940). Blind Mouths. London: Arthur Barker, Ltd, 1934.
Tuttle, Lisa (b. 1952). "A Cold Dish" In SciFiction., 2000.
Tuttle, Lisa (b. 1952). "Ragged Claws" In Edison's Frankenstein, Edited by Crowther, Peter (b. 1949) and Gevers, Nick. Vol. Postscripts 20/21. Hornsea, Eng.: PS Publishing, 2009.
Tuttle, Hudson (1836-1910). Scenes in the Spirit World; or, Life in the Spheres. New York: Partridge and Brittan, 1855.
Tuttle, Albert H[enry](b. 1844). The University of Utopia. An Address Delivered at the Commencement of the Ohio State University June 25, 1890 by Albert H. Tuttle of the University of Virginia. Columbus, OH: Hahn & Adair, 1890.
Turzillo, Mary A.. "Crimes Against Nature" In Interzone. Vol. no. 80., 1994.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). Joe Steele. New York: DAW Books, 2015.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). The Disunited States of America. New York: Tor, 2006.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). The Gladiator. Crosstime Traffic--Book Four. New York: Tor, 2007.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). In the Presence of Mine Enemies. New York: New American Library, 2003.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). The Guns of the South: A Novel of the Civil War. New York: Ballantine Books, 1992.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). “The Terrific Leader” In Welcome to Dystopia: Forty-five Visions of What Lies Ahead, Edited by Van Gelder, Gordon (b. 1966). New York: O/R Books, 2018.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). How Few Remain [Cover adds A Novel of The Second War Between the States]. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1997.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). American Empire: Blood and Iron. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine Books, 2001.
Turtledove, Harry [Norman](b. 1949). "Vermin" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction . Vol. 54.3 ., 1993.

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