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Hegira Greg Bear (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-902-3, Nov 99, £5.99, 222pp, pb, cover by blacksheep) Reprint (Dell 1979) SF novel. The Revised Version of 1987.
Strength of Stones Greg Bear (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-903-1, Nov 99, £5.99, 221pp, pb, cover by blacksheep) Reprint (Ace 1981) SF novel formed from related novelettes.
Digital Leatherette Steve Beard (Codex 1-899598-12-X, Aug 99, £8.95, 282pp, tp) An ethno-techno London cyberpunk novel. A first novel. A collage of surreal SF events after the Millennium. Distributed by Turnaround, Unit 3, Olympia Trading Estate, Coburg Road, Wood Green, London N22 6TZ.
Soft as Steel: The Art of Julie Bell Julie Bell & Nigel Suckling (Paper Tiger 1-85585-677-8, Jun 99 [Apr 99], £14.99, 128pp, tp, cover by Julie Bell) Art book, with text by Suckling and an introduction by Brian Aldiss. Sections include comic books, warriors, a Private Gallery, and figure studies.
Cosm Gregory Benford (Orbit 1-85723-724-2, Feb 99 [Jan 99], £6.99, 372pp, pb) Reprint (Avon Eos 1998) SF novel of a physicist who creates a universe.
Dragon and Phoenix Joanne Bertin (Simon & Schuster/Earthlight 0-684-86051-1, Dec 99 [Nov 99], £9.99, 539pp, tp, cover by Bob Eggleton) [Last Dragonlord] Reprint (Tor 1999) fantasy novel. Book 2 in a series after The Last Dragonlord. [First U.K. edition]
The Last Dragonlord Joanne Bertin (Simon & Schuster/Earthlight 0-671-02192-3, Dec 99, £6.99, 397pp, pb, cover by Bob Eggleton) [Last Dragonlord] Reprint (Tor; Earthlight UK 1998) fantasy novel. Book 1 of a new series.
Chi Alexander Besher (Orbit 1-85723-682-3, Jan 99 [Dec 98], £10.99, 306pp, tp, cover by Bob Warner) [Gobi] SF novel. Third in the Gobi series after Rim and Mir. Frank and Trevor Gobi must stop drug-dealers who are siphoning chi energy from plantation slaves.
Chi Alexander Besher (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-859-1, Aug 99 [Jul 99], £6.99, 306pp, pb, cover by Bob Warner) [Gobi] Reprint (Orbit 1999) SF novel. Third in the Gobi series after Rim and Mir.
The Demolished Man Alfred Bester (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-822-1, Jul 99, £6.99, 250pp, tp, cover by Jim Burns) Reprint (Shasta 1953) classic SF novel, winner of the first Hugo Award. Volume 14 in the SF Masterworks series.
The Stars My Destination Alfred Bester (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-814-0, Mar 99 [Apr 99], £6.99, x+258pp, tp, cover by Chris Moore) Reprint (Sidgwick & Jackson 1956 as Tiger! Tiger!) classic SF novel, with a new Introduction, Of Time, and Gully Foyle by Neil Gaiman. This follows the complete US text.
Wild Wild West Bruce Bethke (Boxtree 0-7522-1777-1, Jul 99 [Jun 99], £5.99, 247pp, pb) Reprint (Warner Aspect 1999) novelisation of the alternate history/SF movie, based on the 1960s TV series. [First U.K. edition]
Shapestone James Bibby (Orion/Gollancz 0-57506-867-1, Dec 99, £9.99, 214pp, tp, cover by Paul Davis) [Ronan] Humorous fantasy novel set in the world of the Ronan books. Princess Macoby seeks the killer of her intended as the world heads towards destruction. A hardcover edition (1-85798-527-3, £16.99) was announced but not seen.
The Lepers Companions Julia Blackburn (Jonathan Cape 0-224-05127-X, Feb 99 [Mar 99], £14.99, 216pp, hc, cover by Paul Gauguin) Literary fantasy mosaic novel of mermaids and miracles, time travel and tragedy.
Dangerous Reality Malorie Blackman (Doubleday UK 0-385-40680-0, Feb 99 [Jan 99], £10.99, 192pp, hc, cover by Derek Brazell) Young-adult SF thriller of a robot seeker that finds more than was intended.
Plague of Angels Alan Blackwood (Transworld/Corgi 0-552-14646-3, Dec 99, £5.99, 542pp, pb, cover by blacksheep) Associational thriller of a threatened worldwide plague.
The Exorcist William Peter Blatty (Transworld/Corgi 0-552-14775-3, Oct 99, £5.99, 320pp, pb) [Exorcist] Reprint (Harper & Row 1971) horror novel. Includes a new (June 1999) foreword by Blatty. This is a tie-in with the first-ever UK video/DVD (previously legally banned). 23rd printing.
Getaway Suzanne Blaylock (Virgin/Sapphire 0-352-33443-6, Oct 99 [Sep 99], £7.99, 241pp, tp) Erotic SF thriller. A womans theft of a secret microchip finally leads to her involvement with the Enclave, a lesbian movement secretly taking over the world.
Cities in Flight James Blish (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-811-6, Feb 99 [Apr 99], £6.99, 607pp, tp, cover by John Harris) [Cities in Flight] Reprint (Avon 1970) omnibus of four classic SF novels: They Shall Have Stars (1957), A Life for the Stars (1962), Earthman, Come Home (1955) and The Triumph of Time (A Clash of Cymbals) (1958). This has the 1970 afterword.
Doctor Who: Unnatural History Jonathan Blum & Kate Orman (BBC Books 0-563-55576-9, Jun 99 [May 99], £4.99, 279pp, pb) [Doctor Who: New Adventures] Novelization based on the TV series. Book 23 in the BBC New Adventures series.
Sion Philip Boast (Headline 0-7472-2152-9, Feb 99, £17.99, 469pp, hc, cover by Lee Gibbons) Christian fantasy novel of the marriage and son of Jesus Christ, in times ranging from the early centuries, to the next millennium, and back to 65,000,000 BC.
Sion Philip Boast (Headline 0-7472-5960-7, Aug 99, £6.99, 597pp, pb, cover by Lee Gibbons) Reprint (Headline 1999) Christian fantasy novel of the marriage and son of Jesus Christ.
The Silver Wolf Alice Borchardt (HarperCollins/Voyager 0-00-224715-1, Jun 99 [May 99], £9.99, 451pp, tp) [Silver Wolf] Reprint (Del Rey 1998) historical dark fantasy novel. A beautiful shapeshifter fights to control her own destiny in decadent Rome during the reign of Charlemagne. First in a series. [First U.K. edition]
Collected Fictions Jorge Luis Borges (Allen Lane/The Penguin Press 0-713-99269-7, Jan 99, £20.00, 565pp, hc, cover by Hieronymus Bosch) Reprint (Viking 1998) literary collection, newly translated by Andrew Hurley from the three-volume Spanish-language collection Obras Completas (Emecé Editores 1989). Stories are kept in the order they appeared in nine earlier (Spanish-language) collections, complete with 10 forewords and afterwords by Borges. A total of some 101 stories from the most acclaimed literary fantasist of this century. [First U.K. edition]
Doctor Who: Corpse Marker Chris Boucher (BBC Books 0-563-55575-0, Nov 99, £5.99, 282pp, pb) [Doctor Who: Missing Adventures] Novelization based on the TV series. Book 26 in the BBC Missing Adventures series.
Return to Mars Ben Bova (Hodder & Stoughton 0-340-70795-X, Jun 99 [May 99], £16.99, 548pp, hc, cover by Mark Harrison) [Mars] SF novel, sequel to Mars. Simultaneous with the US (Avon Eos) edition.
Return to Mars Ben Bova (Hodder/NEL 0-340-70796-8, Dec 99 [Nov 99], £6.99, 548pp, pb, cover by Mark Harrison) [Mars] Reprint (Avon Eos; Hodder & Stoughton 1999) SF novel, sequel to Mars. Jamie Waterman returns to Mars with a profit-motivated expedition.
The Golden Apples of the Sun Ray Bradbury (Earthlight 0-671-01788-8, Feb 99 [Mar 99], £5.99, 169pp, pb, cover by Trevor Scobie) Reprint (Doubleday 1953) collection of 22 stories.
Quicker than the Eye Ray Bradbury (Severn House 0-7278-2263-2, Jan 99, £17.99, 261pp, hc) Reprint (Avon 1996) collection of 21 recent stories (9 previously unpublished), and an afterword by Bradbury. First UK hardcover.
Lady Pain Rebecca Bradley (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-891-4, Aug 99, £6.99, 336pp, pb, cover by Steve Crisp) [Gil] Reprint (Gollancz 1998) fantasy novel. Third in the series after Lady in Gil and Scions Lady.
Phenomenal Future Stories ed. Tony Bradman (Transworld/Corgi 0-552-54623-2, Dec 99, £4.99, 205pp, tp) Young-adult SF anthology of 10 original stories, by authors including Jan Mark, Lisa Tuttle, and Lesley Howarth. Illustrated by Peter Dennis.
Alternate Lives Paul Bradshaw (Enigmatic Press, Oct 99 [Nov 99], £4.00, 59pp, ph, cover by Gerald Gaubert) Chapbook original collection of two supernatural mystery stories, illustrated by Gerald Gaubert. Order from Pumpkin Books, MeG Publishing, PO Box 297, Nottingham NG2 4GW, England. Available in the US for $10.00 from Firebird Distributing, 2030 First Street, Unit 5, Eureka CA 95501; 800-353-3575.
- · The Lonely Ones · nv *
- · The Vanishers · nv *
Earth David Brin (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-223-2, Jun 99, £7.99, 751pp, pb, cover by Fred Gambino) Reissue (Bantam Spectra; Macdonald 1990) SF novel. Sixth printing.
Foundations Triumph David Brin (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-753-6, Jul 99, £16.99, 328pp, hc, cover by Fred Gambino) [Second Foundation] Reprint (HarperPrism 1999) SF novel based on Asimovs Foundation series. Last in the Second Foundation Trilogy after Foundations Fear by Gregory Benford, and Foundation and Chaos by Greg Bear. Includes a Timeline for the Robots and Foundation Universe by Attila Torkos. [First U.K. edition]
Heavens Reach David Brin (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-739-0, May 99, £6.99, 571pp, pb, cover by Fred Gambino) [Uplift] Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1998) SF novel, final book in the Second Uplift Trilogy. The starship Streaker races to save the planet Jijo from the Jophur.
The Hiding Game Jane Brindle (Hodder Headline 0-7472-5571-7, Oct 99 [Nov 99], £5.99, 312pp, pb) Reprint (Headline 1998) horror novel. This is a pseudonym of Josephine Cox.
Green Rider Kristen Britain (Earthlight 0-684-85828-2, Mar 99 [Feb 99], £9.99, 504pp, tp, cover by Keith Parkinson) [Green Rider] Reprint (DAW 1998) fantasy novel. [First U.K. edition]
Self-Made Man Poppy Z. Brite (Orion 0-75282-487-2, Jul 99, £16.99, 180pp, hc) Reprint (Gauntlet 1998 as Are You Loathsome Tonight?) collection of 12 horror stories, two original. Introduction by Peter Straub; afterword by Caitlin R. Kiernan. This edition lacks the illustrations by J.K. Potter. A trade paperback (-488-0, £9.99) was announced but not seen. [First U.K. edition]
Angel Fire East Terry Brooks (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-752-8, Oct 99, £16.99, 336pp, hc, cover by Gerald Brom) [John Ross, Knight] Fantasy novel. Third and final in the John Ross, Knight series begun in Running with the Demon.
The Black Unicorn Terry Brooks (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-108-2, Aug 99, £6.99, 286pp, pb) [Magic Kingdom] Reissue (Del Rey 1987) fantasy novel in the Landover series.
The Elfstones of Shannara Terry Brooks (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-110-4, Apr 99, £6.99, 635pp, pb, cover by Steve Stone) [Shannara] Reissue (Del Rey 1982) fantasy novel.
First King of Shannara Terry Brooks (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-655-6, Apr 99, £6.99, 489pp, pb, cover by Steve Stone) [Shannara] Reissue (Del Rey; Legend 1996) fantasy novel.
A Knight of the Word Terry Brooks (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-738-2, Aug 99 [Jul 99], £5.99, 421pp, pb, cover by Brom) [John Ross, Knight] Reprint (Del Rey; Orbit 1998) dark fantasy novel. Second in the John Ross, Knight series after Running with the Demon.
Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Empire Terry Brooks (Century 0-7126-8057-8, May 99, £15.99, 324pp, hc) [Star Wars] Novelization of the film. Simultaneous with the US (Ballantine Del Rey Lucasbooks) edition.
The Sword of Shannara Terry Brooks (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-151-1, Apr 99, £6.99, 726pp, pb, cover by Steve Stone) [Shannara] Reissue (Del Rey 1977) fantasy novel.
The Wishsong of Shannara Terry Brooks (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-132-5, Apr 99, £6.99, 498pp, pb, cover by Steve Stone) [Shannara] Reissue (Del Rey 1985) fantasy novel.
Wizard at Large Terry Brooks (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-103-1, Aug 99, £6.99, 291pp, pb, cover by John Avon) [Magic Kingdom] Reissue (Del Rey 1988) fantasy novel in the Landover series.
Penumbra Eric Brown (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-592-3, Mar 99, £5.99, 346pp, pb, cover by Chris Moore) SF novel.
The Web: Walkabout Eric Brown (Orion/Dolphin 1-85881-643-2, Apr 99 [Mar 99], £3.50, 112pp, pb) [Web] Young-adult SF novella. Book #12 overall in the series written by a number of SF writers.
Three Early Modern Utopias ed. Susan Bruce (Oxford University Press 0-19-283885-7, Nov 99, £5.99, lxii+250pp, tp) Anthology including Utopia by Thomas More; New Atlantis by Francis Bacon, and The Isle of Pines by Henry Neville. Edited with an introduction and notes by Susan Bruce.
Stand on Zanzibar John Brunner (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-836-1, Aug 99, £6.99, 650pp, tp, cover by Jim Burns) Reprint (Doubleday 1968) classic SF novel of an overcrowded Earth. Hugo Award-winner, 1969. Volume 15 in the SF Masterworks series.
Doctor Who: The Taking of Planet 5 Simon Bucher-Jones & Mark Clapham (BBC Books 0-563-55585-8, Oct 99, £5.99, 277pp, pb) [Doctor Who: New Adventures] Novelization based on the TV series. Book 28 in the BBC New Adventures series.
Doctor Who: City at Worlds End Christopher Bulis (BBC Books 0-563-55579-3, Sep 99, £5.99, 279pp, pb) Novelization based on the TV series. Book 24 of the BBC Missing Adventures.
The Demon King Chris Bunch (Orbit 1-85723-761-7, Mar 99, £6.99, 551pp, pb, cover by Keith Scarfe) [Seer King] Reprint (Warner Aspect; Orbit 1998) fantasy novel. A seer and a soldier change a corrupt empires fate. Second in a trilogy after The Seer King.
The Warrior King Chris Bunch (Orbit 1-85723-757-9, Mar 99, £9.99, 366pp, tp, cover by Keith Scarfe) [Seer King] Reprint (Warner Aspect 1999) fantasy novel, last in a trilogy after The Seer King and The Demon King. against the dark army of the wizard Tenedos. [First U.K. edition]
Transluminal: The Paintings of Jim Burns Jim Burns (Paper Tiger 1-85585-678-6, Jul 99, £14.99, 112pp, tp, cover by Jim Burns) Art book. Each book-cover reproduction is accompanied by commentary on the book, author, or relevant aspect of the artistic/editorial process.
ThiGMOO Eugene Byrne (Simon & Schuster/Earthlight 0-671-02862-6, Jun 99, £5.99, 345pp, pb) Satirical SF/virtual reality novel of artificial personalities escaping into the Net and becoming self-aware, including a desire for self-preservation.
The Web: Avatar Pat Cadigan (Orion/Dolphin 1-85881-641-6, Apr 99 [Mar 99], £3.50, 99pp, pb) [Web] Young-adult SF novella. Book #11 overall in the series written by a number of SF writers.
Vampire Heart J. B. Calchman (Penguin/Puffin UK 0-14-038627-0, Oct 99, £4.99, 275pp, pb) Omnibus of three young-adult vampire novellas in a series: Kiss of the Vampire (Puffin, 1996), Dance with the Vampire (Puffin, 1996), and an original, Touched by the Vampire.
- 1 · Kiss of the Vampire · na London: Puffin, 1996
- 93 · Dance with the Vampire · na London: Puffin, 1996
- 183 · Touched by the Vampire · na, 1999
The Twist Richard Calder (Simon & Schuster/Earthlight 0-671-03719-6, Nov 99 [Oct 99], £5.99, 282pp, pb, cover by Jim Burns) SF/fantasy novel in which Venusians manifest as young women who isolate the old American West from the rest of the world and its history.
Forever Azathoth and Other Horrors Peter Cannon (Tartarus Press 1-872621-42-2, Jul 99, £25.00, viii+234pp, hc, cover by Jason Eckhardt) Dark fantasy collection of homages, parodies and pastiches. Eight seem to be original. This is a Limited edition of 250 copies signed by the author.
- v · Introduction · Steven J. Mariconda · in
- · Forever Azathoth
- 1 · Azathoth in Arkham [Azathoth] · ss The Azathoth Cycle, ed. Robert M. Price, Chaosium, 1995
- 13 · The Revenge of Azathoth [Azathoth] · ss The Azathoth Cycle, ed. Robert M. Price, Chaosium, 1995
- 26 · The House of Azathoth [Azathoth] · ss Cthulhu Codex #8 96
- 42 · Azathoth in Analysis [Azathoth] · ss Tales of Lovecraftian Horror #9 98
- 54 · Bride of Azathoth [Azathoth] · ss Parts #15 99
- 70 · Son of Azathoth [Azathoth] · ss *
- · The Partridgeville Papers
- 91 · The Letters of Halpin Chalmers · ss 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories, ed. Robert Weinberg, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz & Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1994
- 97 · Last Fight · vi Horrors! 365 Scary Stories, ed. Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg & Martin H. Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1998
- 100 · It Was the Day of the Deep One · ss Midnight Shambler #5 97
- 118 · Gat-Time · ss *
- 121 · The Hound of the Patridgevilles · ss *
- · Parodies or Pastiches?
- 139 · The Undercliffe Sentences [Severn Valley] · ss Made In Goatswood, ed. Scott David Anioloswski, Chaosium, 1995
- 156 · The Arkham Collector · ss Return to Lovecraft Country, ed. Scott David Aniolowski, Triad Entertainments, 1997
- 170 · Tender is the Night-Gaunt · ss The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy, ed. Mike Ashley, Robinson, 1998
- · Scream for Jeeves
- 185 · Cats, Rats, and Bertie Wooster [Scream for Jeeves, as by H. P. G. Wodehouse] · ss Dagon #27 90
- 199 · Something Foetid · ss Crypt of Cthulhu #77 91
- 216 · The Rummy Affair of Young Charlie · ss Scream for Jeeves, Wodecraft Press, 1994
Children of the Mind Orson Scott Card (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-954-7, Dec 99 [Nov 99], £6.99, x+387pp, pb, cover by Mark Salwowski) [Ender Wiggin] Reprint (Tor 1996) SF novel. Fourth novel in the Ender series. [First U.K. edition]
Enders Game Orson Scott Card (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-720-X, Jun 99, £5.99, 324pp, pb, cover by Mark Salwowski) [Ender Wiggin] Reprint (Tor 1985) SF novel. This contains the introduction and revised text of the 1991 (Tor) edition. Volume one in the Ender series.
Enders Shadow Orson Scott Card (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-955-5, Dec 99 [Nov 99], £16.99, 380pp, hc, cover by Mark Salwowski) [Ender: Shadow] Reprint (Tor 1999) SF novel, fifth in the Ender series, a parallel novel to Enders Game, following Enders classmate Bean. Includes a foreword by Card. [First U.K. edition]
Speaker for the Dead Orson Scott Card (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-857-5, Jun 99, £5.99, 382pp, pb, cover by Mark Salwowski) [Ender Wiggin] Reprint (Tor 1986) SF novel. This contains the introduction and revised text of the 1991 (Tor) edition. Volume two in the Ender series.
Xenocide Orson Scott Card (Little, Brown/Orbit 1-85723-858-3, Jun 99, £6.99, 562pp, pb, cover by Mark Salwowski) [Ender Wiggin] Reprint (Tor 1991) SF novel. Volume three in the Ender series.
The Faber Book of Utopias ed. John Carey (Faber and Faber 0-571-19785-X, Oct 99, £20.00, xxvi+531pp, hc) Anthology/critical survey of over 100 poems, articles, proposals, and novel extracts on utopian beliefs, societies, and states, from ancient times until today; Carey contributes extensive commentary on every piece by authors including Plato, More, Wells, Gilman, Hitler, Vonnegut, and Huxley.
- xi · Introduction · Peter Carey · in *
- 1 · Holy Snakes
- 1 · The Tale of the Shipwrecked Sailor [from The Tale of Sinuhe and Other Ancient Egyptian Poems] · Anon.; trans. by R. B. Parkinson · pm, 1997
- 9 · Golden Ages and Elysiums
- 9 · In the Beginning [from Works and Days] · Hesiod; trans. by Richard Lattimore · pm, 1959
- 10 · The first age was golden [from Metamorphoses] · Ovid · ex
- 11 · The Odyssey of Homer · Homer; trans. by Richard Lattimore · ex New York: Harper & Row, 1967
- 12 · Philosophers Rule [from The Republic of Plato] · Plato; trans. by Francis MacDonald Cornford · ex New York: The Oxford University Press, 1941
- 16 · Pure Germans [from The Agricola and the Germania] · Tacitus; trans. by H. Mattingly · ex; The revised translation by S. A. Handford (Penguin, 1970).
- 24 · Spartan Conditions [from Life of Lycurgus in Ideal Commonwealths] · Plutarch · ex Routledge, 1885; modified
- 30 · Arrangements in the Beyond
- 30 · The elders who saw John [from The Ante-Nicene Fathers] · St. Irenaeus · ex, 1989
- 31 · And the foundations [from Revelations] · Anon. · ex
- 31 · The town in question [from Satirical Sketches] · Lucian; trans. by Paul Turner · ex London: Penguin, 1961
- 34 · Watching the Damned Fry [from De Spectaculis] · Tertullian; trans. by Peter Carey · vi *
- 36 · In a Chinese Mountain [from An Anthology of Chinese Literature: Beginnings to 1911] · Tao Qian; trans. by Stephen Owen · ex Weird Tales, 1996
- 38 · Mores Conundrum [from Utopia] · Thomas More; trans. by Paul Turner · ex London: Penguin, 1965
- 47 · Moon Landing [from The Man in the Moon, or a Discourse of a Voyage Thither (1638)] · Domingo Gonzalez · vi *
- 50 · Utopian Cannibals [from Essays] · Michel de Montaigne; trans. by J. M. Cohen · ex London: Penguin, 1958
- 57 · My America [To His Mistress Going To Bed] · John Donne · pm
- 60 · Sun City [from The City of the Sun] · Tommaso Campanella; trans. by Daniel J. Donno · ex University of California Press: Berkeley CA, 1981
- 63 · The Island of Scientists [from New Atlantis] · Francis Bacon · ex, 1626
- 65 · Honours for Schoolteachers [from Nova Solyma. The Ideal City; or Jerusalem Regained] · Samuel Gott; trans. by Walter Begley · ex London: John Murray, 1902
- 67 · The Earth Shall Be Made a Common Treasury [from Gerrard Winstanley. Selections from his Works] · Gerrard Winstanley · ex, 1949
- 70 · On Not Being a Round Quadrangle [from The Leviathan] · Thomas Hobbes · ex, 1651; modernised
- 74 · Holy and Cheerful [from Bermudas] · Andrew Marvell · pm, 1681; modernised
- 76 · Paradise Regained [from Centuries of Meditation] · Thomas Traherne · ex; modernised
- 78 · The Empresss New Clothes [from The Description of a New World Called the Blazing World] · Margaret Cavendish · ex, 1666
- 81 · Perfect Humans? [from Paradise Lost] · John Milton · ex, 1667; modernised
- 84 · Increase and Multiply [from The Isle of Pines, or, A Late Discovery of a Fourth Island near Terra Australis Incognita, by Henry C. van Sloetten] · Henry Neville · ex, 1668
- 91 · Reasonable Behaviour [from The History of the Senarites or Sevarambi, 1675, and History of the Sevarambians, 1738] · Denis Vairasse · ex
- 98 · Unisex Australians [from A New Discovery of Terra Incognita Australis, by Jacques Sadeur] · Gabriel de Foigny · ex, 1693
- 101 · Alchemists Rule [from Annus Sophiae Jubilaeus or The Sophick Constitution] · Anon. · ex, 1700
- 103 · Paradise Found [from The Adventures and Surprising Deliverances of James Dubourdieu] · Ambrose Evans · ex, 1719
- 105 · Desert Island Discontent [from The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner, Written by Himself] · Daniel Defoe · ex, 1719; modernised
- 120 · How to Discourage Adultery [from The Fortunate Shipwreck, by Maurice Williams] · Ambrose Philips · ex, 1720
- 121 · Horse Sense [from Gullivers Travels; Gulliver] · Jonathan Swift · ex, 1726
- 125 · Wise Trees [from Journey to the World Under Ground; Being the Subterranean Travels of Niels Klim] · Ludwig Holberg · ex, 1828
- 127 · Difficulties with a Flying Suit [from The Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins, A Cornish Man] · Robert Paltock · ex, 1751
- 129 · The Happy Savage [from The Social Contract: Discourses] · Jean-Jacques Rousseau · ex, 1913
- 139 · Utopian Fishing [from A Voyage to the World in the Centre of the Earth] · Anon. · ex, 1755
- 141 · Eldorado [from Candide, or Optimism] · Voltaire; trans. by John Butt · ex London: Penguin, 1947
- 150 · A Pastoral Idyll [from The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia] · Samuel Johnson · ex, 1739
- 152 · An American in London [from Private Letters from an American in England to his Friends in America] · Anon. · ex, 1769
- 153 · In the South Seas [from A Voyage Round the World] · Lewis de Bougainville; trans. by John Reinhold Forster · ex, 1772
- 158 · Happy Taxpayers [from Memoirs of the Year Two Thousand Five Hundred] · Louis-Sebastien Mercier; trans. by W. Hooper · ex, 1802
- 161 · Mathematical Perfectability [from Sketch for a Historical Picture of the Progress of the Human Mind, 1794] · Antoine Nicolas de Condorcet; trans. by June Barraclough · ex Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1955
- 167 · Sanctuaries for Sadists [from Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom, Eugénie de Franval and Other Writings] · Marquis de Sade · ex London: Arrow Books, 1991
- 174 · Equality [from The Defense of Gracchus Babeuf] · Francois-Noel Babeuf; trans. by John Anthony Scott · ex, 1964
- 179 · The Punishment Fits the Crime [from Libellus: or a Brief Sketch of the Kingdom of Gotham] · Anon. · ex, 1798
- 181 · The Paradise of Single Mothers [from The Empire of the Nairs; or, The Rights of Women. An Utopian Romance in Twelve Books] · James Lawrence · ex London: Hookham, 1811
- 184 · The Gospel of Industrialism [from Selected Writings on Science, Industry and Social Organisation] · Henri Saint-Simon; trans. by Keith Taylor · ex, 1975
- 193 · How to Run a Cotton-Mill [from A New View of Society and Other Writings] · Robert Owen · ex London: Penguin, 1991
- 208 · Passions Set Free [from The Utopian Vision of Charles Fourier] · Charles Fourier; trans. by Jonathan Beecher & Richard Bienvenu · ex London: Cape, 1972
- 220 · Head-Bumps and Destiny [from Travels in Phrenologasto] · John Trotter · ex, 1829
- 222 · Lotos-Eaters · Lord Alfred Tennyson · pm
- 228 · Plastic-Wood Paradise [from Paradise within the Reach of All Men] · John Adolphus Etzler · ex, 1842
- 231 · The Joys of Sameness [from Voyage to Icaria] · Etienne Cabet · ex, 1839
- 238 · The Water Cure [from A Dream of Reform] · Henry J. Forrest · ex, 1848
- 239 · The Noble Savage · Charles Dickens · ar Household Words Jun 11, 1853
- 246 · The Really Precious Things [from Modern Painters, Volume 3] · John Ruskin · ex, 1856
- 249 · A New Nation [The Gettysburg Address] · Abraham Lincoln · sp Nov 19, 1863
- 251 · To a Nunnery [Heaven-Haven] · Gerard Manley Hopkins · pm, 1864
- 253 · Almost Human [The Jumblies] · Edward Lear · pm, 1870
- 258 · Vril, Father of Bovril [from The Coming Race] · Edward Bulwer Lytton · ex London: Blackwood, 1871
- 262 · Sick Criminals [from Erewhon] · Samuel Butler · ex, 1872
- 264 · The Withering State [from Critique of the Gotha Programme] · Karl Marx · ex, 1875
- 269 · Good Deaths [from The Fixed Period] · Anthony Trollope · ex, 1882
- 272 · Women in Power [from The Revolt of Man] · Walter Besant · ex London: Blackwood, 1882
- 276 · Green England [from After London, or Wild England] · Richard Jefferies · ex London: Cassell, 1885
- 280 · The Frustration of Smith [from A Crystal Age] · W. H. Hudson · ex London: Fisher Unwin, 1887
- 284 · Bring Back National Service [from Looking Backward, 2000-1887] · Edward Bellamy · ex Ticknor, 1888
- 294 · A Cure for Wrinkles [from New Amazonia: A Foretaste of the Future] · Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett · ex London: Tower, 1889
- 299 · An Ideal Ireland [from Morgante the Lesser. His Notorious Life and Wonderful Deeds] · Edward Joseph Martyn · ex, 1890
- 302 · Socialism for Aesthetes [The Soul of Man under Socialism] · Oscar Wilde · ar The Fortnightly Review, 1891
- 315 · Going Nowhere [from News from Nowhere] · William Morris · ex, 1891
- 321 · Suicide on Tap [from Caesars Column: A Story of the Twentieth Century] · Ignatius Donnelly · ex London: Sampson Low, 1891
- 323 · Utopian Menopause [from Woman Free] · Elizabeth Wolstenholme · pm, 1893
- 327 · The Law of the Jungle [Mowglis Brothers; Mowgli] · Rudyard Kipling · ss, 1894
- 345 · Garden Cities [from Garden Cities of Tomorrow] · Ebenezer Howard · ex, 1902
- 349 · Young Man Goes East [Youth, a Narrative] · Joseph Conrad · nv Blackwoods Sep, 1898
- 367 · Eliminating the Unfit [from Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human Life and Thought] · H. G. Wells · ex London: Chapman & Hall, 1901
- 373 · Progressing to the Higher Life [from Limanora: The Island of Progress] · Geoffrey Sweven · ex New York: Putnam, 1903
- 377 · Deep-Frozen Genius [from Underground Man] · Gabriel Tarde · ex London: Duckworth, 1905
- 380 · Fish Heaven [Heaven] · Rupert Brooke · pm
- 382 · Virgin Births [from Herland] · Charlotte Perkins Gilman · ex Pantheon, 1979
- 387 · A Surgical Cure for Imagination [from We] · Yevgeny Zamyatin; trans. by Bernard Guilbert Guerney · ex London: Penguin, 1970
- 390 · Sailing to Byzantium
- 390 · The Lake Isle of Innisfree · W. B. Yeats · pm
- 391 · Untitled [from A Vision] · W. B. Yeats · ex, 1925
- 383 · Samoan Fibs [A Day in Samoa from Coming of Age in Samoa] · Margaret Mead · ex London: Cape, 1929
- 399 · Imaginary Etruscans [from Etruscan Places] · D. H. Lawrence · ex, 1932
- 407 · Shangri-La [from Lost Horizon] · James Hilton · ex London: Macmillan, 1933
- 412 · Women in Cages [from Swastika Night, by Katharine Burdekin] · Murray Constantine · ex London: Gollancz, 1937
- 419 · Christ Takes Over [from The Man Who Did Not Sin] · Newman Watt · ex, 1939
- 423 · Hitlers Russian Garden
- 423 · untitled [from Mein Kampf] · Adolf Hitler; trans. by James Murphy · ex London: Hurst and Blackett, 1939
- 424 · untitled [from Hitlers Table Talk 1941-1944] · Adolf Hitler; trans. by Norman Cameron & R. H. Stevens · ex Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1953
- 426 · On Not Licking Your Lollipop [from Walden Two] · B. F. Skinner · ex, 1948
- 432 · The Worst Thing [from Nineteen Eighty-Four] · George Orwell · ex London: Secker Warburg, 1949
- 441 · Men or Machines? [from Player Piano] · Kurt Vonnegut · ex New York & London: Macmillan, 1953
- 447 · Huxleys Hell and Heaven
- 448 · untitled [from Brave New World] · Aldous Huxley · ex London: Chatto & Windus, 1932
- 450 · untitled [from The Doors of Perception] · Aldous Huxley · ex London: Chatto & Windus, 1954
- 451 · untitled [from Island] · Aldous Huxley · ex London: Chatto & Windus, 1962
- 455 · Disneyland at Christmas [from The Book of Daniel] · E. L. Doctorow · ex, 1971
- 460 · Describing Venice [from Invisible Cities] · Italo Calvino; trans. by William Weaver · ex London: Secker Warburg, 1972
- 463 · Space Potatoes [The World, the Flesh and the Devil. The Third J. D. Bernal Lecture] · Freeman J. Dyson · sp, 1972
- 472 · Infertile Solution [from Solution Three] · Naomi Mitchison · ex Dobson, 1973
- 475 · Mixed Motherhood [from Woman on the Edge of Time] · Marge Piercy · ex New York: Knopf, 1979
- 483 · Having What You Want [The Dream in A History of the World in 10 Chapters] · Julian Barnes · ex London: Cape, 1989
- 488 · The Lottery State [from Justice by Lottery] · Barbara Goodwin · ex, 1992
- 500 · What Women Want (selected from the anthology by Bernadette Vallely) · Misc. · ex Virago, 1996
- 505 · Utopian Coursework [from Visions of Desirable Societies edited by Eleanora Masini] · Jim Dator · ex Pergamon, 1996
- 508 · The Intelligent Planet [from Visions] · Michio Kaku · ex New York: The Oxford University Press, 1998
- 513 · Designer Children [from Remaking Eden] · Lee M. Silver · ex Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1998