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This list is a hodgepodge of works that have been recommended
but not read, read but not reviewed, or read and reviewed but not appropriate
(for one reason or another) for the fem-sf/f/u primary bibliography. (If it
was read and reviewed but not appropriate that review will be included, along
with a note as to why it isn't on the primary bibliography.) Didn't find an
author here? Be sure to check the primary bibliography of reviews.
The criteria in question are usually the work's feminism or relevance to feminism;
sometimes its genre relevance is under consideration as well (is the work fantastic,
magically real, utopia, sf/f, etc.).
- Galouye, Daniel F. Dark Universe (1961)
- Garby, Lee Hawkins. The Skylark of Space: The Tale of the
First Inter-Stellar Cruise (1946, with E. E. Doc Smith)
- Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn. (1800s)
- Gaskell, Jane. Atlantis Series: The Serpent (1963),
(1965), The City (1966), The Dragon (1975)
--. A Sweet, Sweet Summer (1972)
--. Some Summer Lands (1977) (intro by Tanith Lee)
--. Strange Evil (1957)
- Garcia, Cristina. Dreaming in Cuban (magical realism)
- Gardner, Thomas S. "The Last Woman." Originally published in
Wonder Stories April 1932; republished in Moskowitz' When Women Rule, pp. 131-148.
(Anti-feminist sf; men exterminated women; a woman is born accidentally; a
man gets together with her in defiance of society.)
- Garro, Elena. Remembrance of Things to Come (1962)
- Gee, Maggie. The Ice People. First person male
- Gentle Joseph (pseudonym). A Peaceful Revolution (1916)
(equality between sexes)
- George, Peter. Commander-1 (1965)
- Gerard, Louise. The Golden Centipeed (1910: Dutton, New
York) (lost queen)
- Gerrold, David.
--. The Man Who Folded Himself (man who can travel in time
has an affair with other versions of himself, including a female version
--. Moonstar Odyssey (1977) (children grow up
ungendered; choose gender after adolescence)
- Gibbons, Kay. Ellen Foster
- Gibson, William. Neuromancer (not a feminist sf novel,
but many have grown up reading & admiring Molly, the kick-ass cyberpunk
not-quite-heroine of Neuromancer)
--. "Johnny Mnemonic" in Burning Chrome (1986)
[mentions transsexual lesbian bar bouncers]
- Giles, Fayette Stratton. Shadows Before, or a Century Onward (1893)
- Gillon, Diana. The Unsleep (1961, with Meir Gillon)
- Ginsburg, Mirra. ** The Ultimate Threshhold
- Gilson, Barbara. pseud. for Charles Gilson. Queen of the
- Givner, Joan. Half Known Lives (New Star Books: 2001)
[impregnation of an anti-choice male politician]
- Glanville, Ernest. In Search of the Okapi: A Story of
Adventure in Central Africa (1905: McClurg, chicago) (lost race of
- Glenn, Dr. George Alan. When Loneliness Comes (1940:
Denver, Colorado) (amazons)
- Glenn, Nancy Tyler. Clicking Stones. Naiad Press: 1989. 0-941483-31-2
- Glyn, Coralie. (Alice Coralie Glyn). A Woman of
Tomorrow (1896) - published in 2 editions by the Women's Printing
Society of London - feminist
- Godwin, Gail. A Mother and Two Daughters (1983)
(listed as a "women-only world" but the descriptions I've seen make it look like
some kind of domestic novel, NOT sf)
- Godwin, Tom. "The Cold Equations" (Aug. 1954
- Goldstein, Lisa. "Rites of Spring" in Travellers in Magic and Asimov's.
--. Walking the Labyrinth.
--. ** The Red Magician
--. Dark Cities Underground - one of 5 finalists for the 2000 Mythopoeic
Fantasy Award (Adult Literature).
"Tourists" in Damon Broderick's Not the Only Planet: Science Fiction Travel
- Goodchild, George. Doctor Zil's Experiment (1953)
- Goode, Helen Harper. "By Act of Parliament. 6 and 7 Edward 15th, Anno Domini
- Goodkind, Terry. Wizard's First Rule (Trilogy)
- Goodman, Alison M. "One Last Zoom at the Buzz Bar" in The Patternmaker
- Goonan, Kathleen Ann. Queen City Jazz.
--. The Bones of Time.
- Gordon, Rex. Beyond the Eleventh Hour (1961)
- Gorman, Ed. Rituals (2002) [Described by allscifi.com
as a "paranormal thriller", in which witches are a subspecies of humans,
historically persecuted by "normals." Witch-hunting is passed down father-to-son.
- Gorriti, Juana Manuela. Journeys of a Sad Soul (1876)
--. Panorama of Life
travels in Latin America - Argentina, Buenos Aires, La Paz, Lima; magical
- Gotlieb, Phyllis. ** Sunburst (1964)
--. Violent Stars (1999, sequel to Flesh and Gold)
--. Flesh and Gold
- Gotthelf, Ezra Gerson. The Island of Not-Me
- Gould, F. Carruthers. Explorations in the Sit-tee
Desert (1899 chapbook)
- Gould, Lois. A Sea Change (1977). [a woman who was
raped changes into a man]
--. "X: A Fabulous Child's Story" in Ms. Magazine
- Grabien, Deborah. Plainsong (1990)
- Grace, Patricia. The Sky People (Women's Press)
- Graham, Anderson. The Collapse of Homo-Sapiens (1923)
- Graham, Elizabeth Susanna, writing as "Lemuel Gulliver,
Jr." Voyage to Locuta (1918: J. Hatchard, London) (dedicated to
- Graham, María. A History of My Residence in
Anglo-Chilean writer, only one book, magical realism
- Grahn, Judy. Mundane's World (The Crossing Press: 1988)
- Granville, Austyn W. The Fallen Race (1892: Tennyson
Neely, Chicago) (lost race ruled by a white queen)
- Gray, Anne. Cyril's quest, or, O'er Hill and Vale in the
Land of the Incas (1905)
- Gray & Penelope. Found Goddesses: Asphalta to Viscera
- Gray, Alasdair. A History Maker. Canongate Press 1994;
revised edition Harcourt Brace, 1996. Shortlisted for 1996 Tiptree.
- Gray, Curme. Murder in Millenium VI (1951)
- Greene, George W. The White Girl of Spirit Island
(1927: Christopher, Boston) (secret colony of runaway slaves)
- Greeno, Gayle. The Ghatti's Tale (Daw, 1993).
--. Mind Speaker's Call (Daw, 1994).
--. Exile's Return.
- Gregory, Jackson. orig used pseud. Quien Sabe. Daughter of
the Sun: A Tale of Adventure (1921: Scribners, New York; 1923: Hodder
& Stoughton, London) (Inca queen)
- Griffith, Ann Warren. "Captive Audience" (1953) capitalism
- Griffith, George. His Better Half (1905: White,
London) (lost race)
- Griffith, Mary. Three Hundred Years Hence (1836; 1950)
- Grimshaw, Beatrice. The Mystery of Tumbling Reef
(1932) (lost race)
- Grimwood, Jon Courtenay. Effendi
- Grinnell, David. [pseudonym for Donald Wollheim]. "The
Feminine Fraction," in Magazine of Horror, Nov. 1964 [reprinted in
Two Dozen Dragon Eggs, ed., Wollheim, 1969.
- Groell, Anne Lesley. Anvil of the Sun
- Gross, Anna Goldmark. The Gnomes of the Saline Mountains: A
Fantastic Narrative (1912: Shakespeare Press, New York) (lost race)
- Guesswell, Elsie. (pseudonym) When Yvonne Was Dictator
(1935) women's equality
- Gunn, Eileen. "Stable Strategies for Middle Management" in
The Norton Book of Science Fiction
- Gunn, James. "The Misogynist" (1952)
--. "The Girls Who Were Really Built"
- Gunter, Archibald C. and Fergus Redmond. A Florida
Enchantment (1891) [sex switch]
- Haedicke, Paul. The Equalities of Para-para: Written from
the Dictations of George Rambler, M.D. (1895: Schuldt-Gathmann,
- Haggard, Andrew. Leslie's Fate, and Hilda, or, the Ghost of
Erminstein (1892: Arrowsmith, Bristol)
- Haggard, H. Rider. The Yellow God: An Idol of Africa
(1908: Cupples & Leon, New York)
--. Allan's Wife (1887) [Allan Quartermain's wife
has a companion who is in love with her]
- Hainsselin, Montague T. The Isle of Maids (1908: John
Lane, London) (all-female society)
- Halberstrom, Karen. Woman Without a Shadow (1994)
- Haldane, Charlotte Franken. Man's World (1900s)
- Haldeman, Joe. The Forever War. [men and women are
drafted to fight aliens; with time-shifting these young people from the
early 21st century live hundreds and thousands of years, and see human
society become homosexual, then uniform. great book about war, and does a
pretty good job on gender especially for its time.]
- Hale, Edward Everett. "The Queen of California" in His
Level Best and Other Stories (1873: Osgood, Boston) (amazons)
- Hale, Sarah Josepha. [Sarah Josepha Buell?] "Liberia: or, Mr.
Peyton's Experiments" (1853) (reprinted Gregg: New Jersey, 1968)
- Halford, John. Hidden Saria (1934) (queen rules lost
- Hall, Sandi. The Godmothers (The Women's Press: London, 1982)
- Hall, Wesley E. Madam President: The War of the Sexes (2000)
- Hambly, Barbara. Stranger at the Wedding
--. A Free Man of Color.
--. Fever Season
--. The Ladies of Mandrigyn (1984)
- Hamilton, Edmond. "War of the Sexes" in Weird Tales, November
1933. Man travels to the future to discover men and women at war with each other.
Reprinted in Avon Science Fiction Reader No. 1, the War of the Sexes and Other
Stories (Avon 1951)
--. "World Without Sex" in Marvel Tales, May 1940
(as Richard Wentworth). Women and men can reproduce without sex; women try
to eliminate men; some men escape and set up a "natural" way of life that
--. The Tiger Girl (1945)
- Hamilton, Cicely, and Christopher St. John. How the Vote Was Won
(1910) (a general strike by women to gain the vote)
Cicely Hamilton. (born Cicely Mary Hamil). Theodore
Savage (1922; revised 1928 as Lest Ye Die)
- Hamilton, Laurell K. Anita Blake vampire hunter series.
--. A Kiss of Shadows (fairies & brownies)
- Hamilton, M. Lynn. The Hidden Kingdom (1932) (utopia)
- Hamilton, Virginia.
--. ** Justice and Her Brothers (1978) (part of a trilogy)
--. Dustland (1980)
--. The Gathering (1981)
--. The Time Ago Tales of Jahdu (1969)
--. The Dark Way: Stories from the Spirit World (1990)
--. Junius Over Far (ya)
--. M. C. Higgins The Great (ya)
--. The Magical Adventures of Pretty Pearl (ya)
- Hammond, Kay. The Dark City (1945)
- Handley, Max. Meanwhile (1977) (women only world)
- Hanrahan, Barbara. The Albatross Muff (1977)
- Hansen, L[ouise] Taylor.
--. "The Undersea Tube" (1929)
--. "What the Sodim Lines Revealed" (1929)
--. "The City on the Cloud" (1930)
--. "The Man from Space" (1930)
--. "The Prince of Liars" (1930)
- Hanson, Rita Mohler. A Desert Road to Shani Lun: A Romance
of Mongolia (1939: Binfords & Mort, Portland, Oregon)
- Harness, Charles. The Rose (1969)
- Harpman, Jacqueline. I Who Have Never Known Men (1995; eng. transl.
1997 by Ros Schwartz from the french)
- Harris, Clare Winger. --. "A Runaway World (1926)
--. "The Fate of the Poseidonia" (1927)
--. "The Fifth Dimension" (1928)
--. "The Diabological Drug" (1928)
--. "The Menace of Mars" (1928)
--. "The Miracle of the Lily" (1928)
--. "The Artificial Man" (1929)
--. "A Baby on Neptune" (1929)
--. "The Evolutionary Monstrosity" (1929)
--. ** Away from the Here and Now (1947)
--. "The Ape Cycle"
--. "A Certain Soldier"
- Harrison, Harry. "The Final Encounter" Galaxy, April
1964; reprinted in The Eighth Galaxy Reader, edited by Pohl,
--. Star Smashers of the Galaxy Rangers
(1973) (spoof with bisexual characters)
- Harrison, Helga. The Catacombs (1962)
- Harrison, M. John. Signs of Life St. Martin's Press,
1997. Shortlisted for 1997 Tiptree.
--. In Virconium
--. The Committed Men (1971)
- Hartley, L. P. Facial Justice (1960)
- Hartwell, Shirley. "Itu's Sixth Winter Festival," in
Memories and Visions, edited by Sturgis (1989). Prepatriarchal all
woman lesbian-feminist fantasy. Part of a planned novel, Daughters of
- Hatch, Mary R. P. The Missing Man (1892)
- *** Hauptman, Gerhart. The Island of the Great Mother
orig. The Miracle of l'Ile des Dames: A Story from the Utopian
Archipelego, transl. by Willa & Edwin Muir. (1925: Huebsch & Viking,
New York). Orig German: Die Insel der Grossen Mutter: oder Das Wunder
Von Ile Des Dames. Eine Geschichte aus dem Utopischen Archipelagus
(1924: S. Fischer, Berlin). (shipwrecked women start an amazon society)
LI>Haushofer, Marlen. The Wall 1962-63. Cleis Press 1991;
1999. Transl. Shaun Whiteside. Reviewed in Kirkus Reviews 8/1/91.
Translation of Die Wand. Eco-feminist novel - the end of modern
life ... Translated by Shaun Whiteside; reissued 1999.
- Hawkes, Jacquette (Jacquetta?). Providence Island
--. Fables (1953) (later titled: A Woman As
Great As the World and Other Fables (1953))
- Haydon, Elizabeth. Rhapsody (1999)
- Hays, Wendy. "The Giant Person and Her Hell-Hound,"
Sisters (San Francisco), Feb. March 1974.
- Haywood, Eliza. Memoirs of a Certain Island Adjacent to the
Kingdom of Utopia, Written by a Celebrated Author of that Country
(1725; v. 2 1726; Booksellers of London & Westminster, London) (published
- Hazard, R. H. The House on Stilts (1910: Dillingham,
New York) (a tyrannical "yellow queen")
- Heald, Hazel. "The Man of Stone" (1932)
- Hearn, Lafcadio (1850-1904). Chita (1887) (a novel
about a young girl stranded on an island) (he wrote other fantastic tales)
- Heinlein, Robert I Will Fear No Evil (1970)
- Hemming, N. K. "Amazons of the Asteroids" in Thrills
Incorporated #17 (December 1952?). (Women warriors.)
- Henderson, Zenna.
--. "Something Bright" (1959) was reprinted in Judith Merril's Sixth Annual
of the Year's Best SF (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1961).
--. ** Pilgrimage: The Book of the People (1961) (The People #1)
--. ** The Anything Box (1965)
--. ** The People: No Different Flesh (1966/67) (The People #2).
--. ** Holding Wonder (1971) anthology.
--. "As Simple As That" in The Norton Book of Science Fiction
- Hendry, Frances Mary. Atlantis (1999)
--. Atlantis in Peril (1999)
- Henley, Carra Dupuy. A Man From Mars (1901)
- Henneberg, N. ** The Green Gods
- Henry, William O. Equitania, or, The Land of Equity
(1914: Omaha, Nebraska) (utopian)
- Heppe, Stephanie T. "The Assimilation of Leah Wennover" Evoe
Press, Ukiah, California. 0-9634514-2-1. 1993.
--. "The Eschatalogical Cat" (stories)
--. "The Windrider" (novel)
- Herbert, Frank. The White Plague (biological warfare attacks women)
--. Dune (well, the Bene Gesserit are interesting)
- Hermann, Liselotte. Communist who designed a book of antiwar fairy
tales, and was the first German woman sentenced to death for treason by Nazi
Germany. Executed on 6/21/38. ("Lilo" Hermann)
- Hernandez-Ramdwar, Camille. "Soma" in Whispers from the
Cotton Tree Root (2000: Invisible Cities Press)
- Hernandez, Lea. Short story in Aladdin: Masters of the Lamp
--. Short story in Alternate Warriors (1993).
--. Story in Dinosaurfantastic (1993).
--. Story in Christmas Ghosts (1993).
--. Story in Witchfantastic (1994).
--. CD-ROM: ON #1, released February 6, 1996 in Japan, mid-year 1996
- Herodotus. "The Amazons." Reprinted in Moskowitz' When Women Rule, pp. 28-30.
- Herring, Peggy J. The Comfort of Strangers [lesbian romantic
- Hess, Sonya Dorman. "When I Was Miss Dow" reprinted in Women of
Wonder: The Classic Years. Shortlisted for Retrospective Tiptree Award.
- Hesse, Karen. Phoenix Rising (1994) (ya - nuclear accident)
- Hile, William H. The Ostrich for Defense (1912; lost
race with queen) [aka "The Ostrich for the Defense
- Hill, Carol. The Eleven Million Mile High Dancer
- Hill, William Boyle. A New Earth and a New Heaven (1936)
(women and men have separate legislative bodies)
- Hine, Muriel. The Island Forbidden to Men
- Hodder, William Reginald. The Daughter of the Dawn: A
Realistic Story of Maori Magic (1903) (a queen rules a lost race)
- Hodgson, Pamela.
- "A Taste of Success" AMAZING STORIES, Winter 1994, Short Story
- "Bitter Business as the Day" AMAZING STORIES, Spring 1994, Science Fiction,
- "Do No Harm" 100 WICKED LITTLE WITCHES Summer 1995, Fantasy, Horror,
- "Crumbs Under Thy Table" 100 VICIOUS LITTLE VAMPIRES Sum95, Horror,
Religious Fiction, Short Story
- "The Canterbury Path" FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION August 1995, Feminist
Fiction, Religious Fiction, Science Fiction, Short Story
- "Lockdown" PULPHOUSE 1995, Contemporary Fiction, Science Fiction, Short
- "The Age of Maturity" BLOOD MUSE Dec. 1995, Horror, Short Story
- Hoffman, Alice. Fortune's Daughter
- Hoffman, Eva. The Secret
- Hoffman, Lee. (Pseudonym for Shirley Lee Hoffman) Always the Black
--. Change Song (1972)
- Holland, Cecelia. Homeground (1981)
--. ** Floating Worlds (1976)
- Holmes, B. L. Mega (Mother Courage Press, 1991) (scientists
try to save the earth)
- Holly, J. Hunter. ** Death Dolls of Lyra
--. Encounter (1959)
--. The Green Planet (1960)
--. The Dark Planet (1962)
--. The Gray Aliens (1963)
--. The Running Man (1963)
--. The Dark Enemy (1965)
--. The Mind Traders (1966)
--. The Assassination Affair (1967)
--. Keeper (1976)
--. Shepard (1977)
- Hope, Akua Lezli. "The Becoming" (2000) [in Dark Matter ed. by
Sheree R. Thomas (2000)]
- Hopkins, Pauline Elizabeth (1859-1930). Of One Blood, or,
The Hidden Self (published serially 1902-03). (fantasy novel; an
African-American medical student is determined to be the ruler of a hidden
- Hoppe, Stephanie. The Windrider (1985) (amazon?)
- Household, Geoffrey. Arrows of Desire (1985)
- Housman, Laurence. John of Jingalo, the Story of a Monarch in
Difficulties (1912) concerned with equality of women.
--. The Royal Runaway, and Jingalo in Revolt (1914)
- Howard, Linda. Heart of Fire (1993) (love story in
former amazon city)
- Howard, Robert E. Sword Woman (Zebra, 1977)
Introduction by Leigh Brackett; includes "Sword Woman", "Blades
for France," "Mistress of Death," "The King's Service," and "The Shadow of
- Howland, Marie. Papa's Own Girl: A Novel (1874)
- Hudson, W. H. A Crystal Age (neuter)
- Huff, Tanya. What Ho, Magic!
- Hughes, Monica. Crisis on Conshelf Ten (1977) (ya)
--. Invitation to the Game (1996)
- Hughes, Rhys H. Rawhead and Bloody Bones and Elusive
Plato (UK, 1998) (a man trapped in a woman's body)
- Hughes, Riley. The Hills Were Liars (1963)
- Hulbert, Archer Butler. The Queen of Quelparte
(1904: Little Brown, Boston)
- E. (Edna) Mayne Hull (female sf writer in 1930s) Out of the
Unknown (1948, with A. E. Van Vogt)
--. Planets for Sale (1954)
--. The Winged Man (1966, with A. E. Van Vogt)
- Hulme, Keri. The Bone People (1985) (Maori myth, female
- Humphrey, Clark. "Surviving in the
- Hunger, Anna. The Man Who Lived Forever (1956) (later
titled Year 3097 (1958))
- Hungerford, Margaret W. The Professor's Experiment: A
- Hunt, Laura Shellabarger. Ultra: A Story of Pre-Natal
- Husain, Shahrukh, editor. Daughters of the Moon: Witch
Tales From Around the World. (illustrated by Liane Payne). Boston,
London: Faber & Faber, 1993.
- Huysmans, Joris-Karl. Against Nature (Penguin Classics,
--. Against the Grain (Dover, 1969)
- Hyslop, Theo B. (anonymously) Laputa Revisited by Gulliver
Redivivis in 1905 (1905: Hirschfield, london)
- Ingalls, Rachel. Mrs. Caliban Laurel Trade, 1983.
- Ingram, Kenneth. England at the Flood Tide (1924)
(women & men with separate legislative bodies)
- Irvine, Ian. The Last Albatross
- Irving, Minna (Minnie Odell). "The Moon Woman: A Tale of the
Future" in Amazing Stories Volume 4 (November 1929): pages 746-54.
and Songs of a Haunted Heart (1888)
- Isidore, Sarah. The Daughters of Bst: The Hidden Land
- Ives, Cora Semmes. The Princess of the Moon: A Confederate
Fairy Story (1869)
- Jacobson, Dan. Her Story (1987)
- Jacomb, C. E. (Charles Ernest) And A New Earth (1926)
(matriarchal children; women with no political rights)
- Jackson, James W. A Queen of Amazonia (1928: Henry
- Jackson, Shirley.
--. ** "The Lottery" (1948) (Reprinted in Cassill's The
Norton Anthology of Short Fiction (1978)
--. ** "One Ordinary Day, with Peanuts" (1955) (reprinted
in Merril's SF: The Best of the Best (1967)
- Jaeger, Muriel, 1893- ?. (UK). The Question Mark (1926)
--. The Man with Six Senses (1927)
--. Hermes Speaks (1933)
--. Retreat from Armageddon (1936)
- Jafek, Bev. The Man Who Took a Bite Out of His Wife and
--. "Schrodinger's Cat."
- Jaffery, Sheldon. Sensuous Science Fiction from the Weird
and Spicy Pulps
- Jaivin, Linda. Rock'n'Roll Babes from Outer Space
(Broadway Books, 1998) - reviewed in Bust Fall 1999. 3 alien-human
hybrids come to Australia, form a rock band, and partake wildly in sex,
drugs, and r'n'r, to the betterment of humanity. Some mild political
commentary, but generally read this just because it's fun. -- lq, 7/13/00
- James, P. D. The Children of Men (1992)
- James, Roby. Commencement (Del Rey)
- Jameson, Margaret. as William Lamb: The World Ends
--. The Moment of Truth (1949)
- Jane, Fred T. The Violent Flame: A Story of Armageddon and
- Janiver, Thomas A., 1849-1913. The Women's Conquest of New
York (1894), published anonymously "Tammany Hall misguidedly
enfranchises females, who run amok until threatened with physical violence
by their aroused spouses."
- Jardine, Julie Ann. As Howard L. Cory: The Mind
- Jeffers, Honorée Fanonne. "Sister Lilith" (2000) [in Dark
Matter ed. by Sheree R. Thomas (2000)]
- Jeffries, Richard. After London, or Wild England
- Jennings, Phillip C. "The Valley of the Humans" Asimov's
- Jensen, Liz. Egg Dancing - ???
--. Ark Baby (1988) ("comic dystopic satire" - all
women in Britain are sterile, Victorian grotesqueries, etc.; in this world a vet
gets into trouble & is on the run)
- Jeppson, J. O. The Second Experiment (1974)
- Jodorowsky, Alejandro. Metabarons series (Aghora, MTF, impregnates self
- Johnson, Owen M. The Coming of the Amazons (Longmans,
Green: 1931). Sex-role reversal. notes from the original edition
- Johnson, S. G., editor. Dangerous Women. 1994.
Chapbook. $5 + $1 shipping / handling, Obelesk Books, P.O. Box 1118,
Elkton, MD 21922-1118.
- Johnson, David Lawson. The White Princess of the Hidden
City: Bein the Record of Leslie Rutherford's Strange Adventures in Central
America (1898: Chambers, London/Edinburgh; 1898: Lippincott,
Philadelphia) (white princess of a lost Incan race)
- Johnston, Mary Ann. Sweet Rocket (1920)
- Jonasson, Sharleen. It's My Body and I'll Cry If I Want To
- Jones, Alice Eleanor. "Created He Them" (1954) in The Best
from Fantasy and Science Fiction Fifth Series, ed. Anthony Boucher
(Doubleday, New York, 1956)
- Jones, Alice Ilgenfritz and Ella Merchant Unveiling a
Parallel: A Romance (1893; 1991) (Victorian times) (Syracuse
University Press: 1991; trade paperback ISBN 0815602596; hardback ISBN
--. Beatrice (1895)
- Jones, Charlotte and Rosalys. The Hypnotic Experiment of
Dr. Reeves and Other Stories (1894)
- Jones, C.P. and A. L. Sykes. Quick, My Rifle!
(1907: New York) (goddess sect lost race)
- Jones, Lillian B. Five Generations Hence (1916)
- Jones, Mary J. Avalon (Naiad Press, 1991)
- Joyce, Graham. Dark Sister (1999) [suburban housewife
becomes a witch]
- Karinthy, Frigyes. Voyage to Farfemido and Capillaria
(1916: Utazas Faremidoba and 1922: Capillaria (giant
undersea women) (1966: Corevina, Budapeste; 1966: Living Books, New York)
- Karr, Phyllis Ann. Thorn and Frostflower (1979)
- Kavan, Anna. ** Ice (1967)
--. House of Sleep (1967); also released as
Sleep Has His House)
- Keene, Day (pseud. for Gunard Hjerstedt, 1903-1969) and
Leonard Pruyn. World Without Women (1960) - "The scourge had spread
all over earth -- killing all but a few women, the price for whose favours
was death" [Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett, pbo, 1960]
- Keller, David H. "The Feminine Metamorphosis" Originally
published in Science Wonder Stories August 1929; republished in
Moskowitz' When Women
Rule, pp. 131-148. Anti-feminist sf; cabal of women give male
hormones to a group of women to try to take over the world.
--. "The Little Husbands" in Weird Tales, July
1928. 70 foot Amazon women keep normal men as slaves.
--. "The Revolt of the Pedestrians" in Amazing
Stories, Feb. 1928; reprinted in Beyond Time and Space, edited
by August Derleth, New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1950. (lesbian
character; cars have destroyed society; pedestrians revolt)
- Kelley, Thomas P. I Found Cleopatra (1946)
--. Tapestry Triangle (1946: Associated Weekly
Newspapers Book Division for Pembertons, Manchester) (amazons)
- Kellogg, Marjorie Bradley. Harmony (Roc, 1991)
- Kendall, May, with Andrew Lang. "That Very Mab" (1885)
- Kennicott, Ada M. Under Red Pillars (1902: Abbey Press,
New York) (fantasy short stories)
- Kerr, Artemus P. The Lost Tribes and the Land of Nod: An
Original Natural Gas Story (1897: Indiana Newspaper Union,
Indianapolis) (Israel's lost tribes)
- Kerr, Peg. The Wild Swans (1999) - AIDS story &
retelling of old fairy tale. one of 5 finalists for 2000 Mythopoeic
Fantasy Award (adult literature).
- Kettle, Pamela. The Day of the Women (1969).
- Kimberly, Gail. Flyer (1975)
- Kimbriel, Katharine Eliska. Night Calls
- King, John. (pseud. for Ernest L. McKeag). Shuna, White
Queen of the Jungle (1950)
--. Shuna and the Lost Tribe (1951) (amazons among
- Kingsolver, Barbara. The Bean Trees and other fiction.
(magic realism sometimes)
- Kinkaid, Mary. Walda (1903)
- Kirk, Mrs. Ellen Warner (Olney) (pseudonym: A Daughter of Eve)
A Woman's Utopia (1931) (women & men have separate legislative
- Kirstein, Rosemary. The Steerswoman
--. The Outskirter's Secret
- Klancy7. Tristaine (forthcoming: projected, 2000: Justice House Publishing) (about a
city of women, possibly descended from the Amazons. -- Inspired by the
online tale "Battle", by Judy (Wishes))
- Klause, Annette Curtis. The Silver Kiss
--. Alien Secrets
--. Blood and Chocolate
- Knight, Amarantha, editor. Demon Sex.
--. Flesh Fantastic.
--. Seductive Spectres.
--. Sex Macabre.
- Knight, Harry Adam [pseud. for John Brosnan and Leroy Kettle].
The Kettle (London: W. H. Allen, 1985) [man-hating feminists create
a plague to destroy the human species]
- Knox, Elizabeth. The Vintner's Luck (Farrar Straus
Giroux, 1998) (an angel meets a vintner every 40 years)
- Koja, Kathe. Extremeties (1998)
- Kreisheimer, H. C. The Whooping Crane (1955)
- Kress, Nancy. "Margin of Error" Omni
by Nancy Kress
- Kurahashi, Yumiko. The Woman with the Flying Head: And
Other Stories (1998: M. E. Sharpe) (transl. from Japanese). Japanese
collections: Cruel Fairy Tales for Adults (1984) and Creepy
Little Stories (1985). Surreal / fantasy / folkloric work.
- Kurtz, Katharine.
- Kuttner, Henry. Valley of the Flame (1964) (lost world)
- "The Last Man on Planet Earth" [all the men die out on earth]
- i have not been able to find this at all
- Laubenthal, Sanders Anne. Excalibur (New
York: Ballantine-Del Rey 2d ed. 1977)
- Lai, Larissa. When Fox Is a Thousand (1996; ISBN
0-88974-041-0) Chinese mythology, Chinese history, and the contemporary
Asian-American experience blend and blur.
- Laidlaw, Marc. The Orchid Eater
- Lake, Rosemary. Feminist Fair. Feminist Fair
- Lampen, Charles Dudly. The Queen of the Extinct Volcano: A
Story of Adventure (1898: Macmillan, New York; 1898: Society for
Promoting Christian Knowledge, London) (white queen of lost cannibal
- Lance, Kathryn. Pandora series (post-disaster)
- Langford, Diane. Shame About the Street
- Laski, Margharita. The Offshore Island (1959; drama)
- Lapidus, Jacqueline. "Design for the City of Women,"
Heresies, no. 3 (Fall 1977) [parthenogenetically reproducing
- LaPorte, Rita. "A Document," Ladder (San Francisco),
Feb.-March 1971; reprinted in The Lavendar Herring, edited by
Barbara Grier and Coletta Reid, Baltimore, Diana Press, 1976. [martian
anthropologist analyzes earth people, including lesbian-feminists]
- Laumer, Keith. "War Against the Yukks" in Galaxy April
1965. anti-feminist / comedic sf
- Lautenschlag, Marockh. Araquin (German) - matriarchy ?
- Lawrence, James. The Empire of the Nairs; or, The Rights of
Women. An Utopian Romance (1811)
- Lawrence, Josephine. Not a Cloud in the Sky (1964)
- Lawrence, Louise. The Power of the Stars (1972)
- Laws, Jay. The Unfinished (Alyson: 1993)
- Lee, Samantha. Childe Roland (some kind of post-disaster scotland)
- L'Engle, Madeleine. the L'Engle
--. A Wrinkle In Time (1962)
--. A Wind in the Door (1973)
--. A Swiftly Tilting Planet (1978)
- LeQueux, William. The Great White Queen: A Tale of Treasure
and Treason (1897: George Bell, London; 1898: White, London; 1975:
Arno, New York) (lost race)
- Lerman, Rhoda. The Book of the Night
- Lethbridge, Olive. As a Lioness That Sleeps
(1931: Mills & Boon, London)
- Lethem, Jonathan. "Five Fucks" in his collection The Wall
of the Sky, The Wall of the Eye (Harcourt Brace, 1996). Shortlisted
for 1996 Tiptree.
- Levin, Ira. Rosemary's Baby (1979)
--. Son of Rosemary
--. The Stepford Wives
--. The Boys from Brazil
- Levine, Gail Carson. Ella Enchanted (1997) (a
Cinderella revision for young adults)
- Levitin, Sonia. The Cure (1999) (ya)
- Lieber, Fritz. Conjure Wife (1943). Women are all
witches, secretly controlling the world (for the advantage of their men,
naturally). -- lq, 4/3/96
- Lief, Evelyn. The Clone Rebellion
- Lightner, A. M. The Day of the Drones (1969)
- Lin Yutang. Looking Beyond (1955; also published as
The Unexpected Island)
- Linden, Annie. Gold: A Dutch-Indian Story for English
People (1912: Laird & Lee, Chicago) (lost race/occultism)
- Lindgren, Astrid. Pippi Longstocking - fabulous
children's fantasy, with the best little girl heroine ever
- Link, Alex. "Pathenogenesis in Apt. 707" The Canadian
Magazine of Speculative Writing Winter (94/95)
- Linklater, Eric. The Impregnable Women (1938) Women
stop a war by a Lysistratan strategy.
- Lisle, Holly. Sympathy for the Devil (1995) (a woman
challenges God to let those in hell have a second chance to repent)
- Llewellyn, Alun. The Strange Invaders
- Lockhart-Ross, H.S. Hamptura: A Tale of an Unknown Land
(1892: Digby long, London) (utopian race)
- Long, John. When Woman Rules! (London: 1923). In the
future women have more political authority than men; the female prime
minister falls in love on the job.
- Lorraine, Lilith. (Mary Maude Dunne Wright)
--. The Brain of the Planet (1929)
--. "Into the 28th Century" (1930)
--. "The Jovian Jest" (1930)
--. Banners of Victory (1937)
- Loudon, Jane Webb. The Mummy: A Tale of the Twentieth
- Louise, Karen. Foster Child (Nightriver, 1994) -
(lesbians in other planets?)
- Louise, Vivienne. "Ayemu's Children" in Sinister Wisdom
(Berkeley, Calif.), no. 34 (1988) (colony of spider/women)
- Lord, Gabrielle. Salt (1990)
- Lowe, Mary P., with Alcanoan O. Grigsby, under the pseud. Jack
Adams. Nequa, or, the Problem of the Ages (1900: Equity, Topeka,
Kansas) (hollow earth)
- Lowry, Lois. The Giver (1994) (Newberry Medal winner -
utopian community ... )
- Lucas, Frances. Cathy IV. A naive young lesbian is
shipwrecked on another planet, and becomes embroiled in their slave
economy. (1992). 0-934678-41-3. New Victoria Publishers, Norwich,
- Ludlow, Phill. Three Men and a Maid (1903: Drane,
London) (lost city)
- Ludwick, Kathleen. "Dr. Imortelle" (1930)
- Lundie, Catherine A, editor. Restless Spirits: Ghost
Stories by American Women, 1872-1926. U. Mass Press, 328 pp., $17.95
- Lupoff, Richard A. Lupoff's Sword of the Demon
(1977) [A Sword of the Deamon ?]
- Lurie, Alison, editor. The Oxford Book of Modern Fairy Tales.
- Lurie, Alison. Imaginary Friends.
- Lyris, Sonia Orin. "When Strangers Meet"
- Maalouf, Amin, 1949- . The First Century After Beatrice
(1995, George Braziller, Inc., New York); © 1993.
transpiring after a drug guaranteeing birth of sons ... translated by
Dorothy S. Blair
--. The Rock of Tanios (Braziller, 1994)
--. Leo the African
- Macaulay, Rose. Orphan Island (1924; 1925: Boni &
Liveright, New York) (castaways)
- MacDonald, George. "The Light Princess"
- MacKenzie, W. A. The Black Butterfly (1907: Ward Lock,
London) (detective story with fantastic elements)
- Mackey, Mary. The Last Warrior Queen (1983)
- Mackie, J. A Bush Mystery, or, the Lost Explorer
(1912: Nisbet, London) (utopian)
- MacLean, Katharine. "And Be Merry," (1950) reprinted in Groff
Conklin's Omnibus of Science Fiction (1952).
--. The Trouble With You Earth People (Starblaze,
1980) (collection of her short stories)
--. "The Missing Man" (Nebula Award winner, collected in
The Trouble With You Earth People
--. ** Missing Man (1975)
--. ** The Diploids and Other Flights of Fancy
(Avon, 1962; Gregg Press, 1981)
--. "Unclean Sacrifice" (1958) (alien religion)
--. "Second Game" with Charles DeVet (1970) (differently
- MacLennan, Phyllis.
- MacLeod, Ian. "Grownups" Isaac Asimov's SF Magazine
- MacLeod, Ken. Dark Light (Tor Books: 2001; Orbit
- Maddux, Rachel. The Green Kingdom (1957)
- Madsden [Madson?], Catherine. "Commodore Bork and the Compost"
in The Witch and the Chameleon no. 4-6 (1976); also in Women
(Baltimore), v. 5, no. 1 (1976). [a matriarchal spaceship encounters a
- Madreyhijo, L. The Lost Quipus: A History (1891: Eden,
london) (lost city)
- Maguire, Gregory. Wicked.
--. a new revision of Cinderella ...
- Mahy, Margaret. Changeover.
- Maine, Charles Eric. Pseudonym for David McIlwain, 1921- .
--. World Without Men (New York: Ace Books:
--. Alph (1972)
These two poorly-written books use some of the same
material. In World Without Men, all the men are dead and the women
perverted lesbians. The story explains that this was caused by feminism
and sexual liberation. One man is created from frozen sperm and saves the
society. In Alph, there is more detail about the chaos caused
after the man saves everything. Very anti-feminist, and pretty boring. --
LQ, 04-17-96; rev. 6/30/2002.
- Manchester, Guy. Acts of the Apostles: A Novel
- Manley, R. M. The Queen of Ecuador (1894: Hagemann, New
- Mann, Jack. Her Ways Are Death (1939: Wright & Brown,
London; 1981: Bookfinger, New York) (immortal femme fatale)
- Mann, William J. Grave Passions: Tales of the Gay
Supernatural (BadBoy Press, 1997) 1-56333-405-4
by William J. Mann, "My Possession" by Simon Sheppard; "Entertaining Mr.
Orton" by Poppy Z. Brite; "The Black Dog" by Perry Brass; "Hunter" by
Felice Picano; "Have I Sinned Against You?" by Thomas S. Roche; "Echoes"
by M. Christian; "Hungry Ghost" by Gary Bowen; "Why I Killed Him" by Noel
Ambery II; "The Spark" by Geoff Huntington; "Digging Up Graves" by Geoff
Huntington; "The Disappearance of Hugo" by William J. Mann; "Curse of the
Queerwolf" by Jim Merrett; "Spirits" by Scott O'Hara; "The Farrier and the
Elves" by Lawrence Schimel; "Refrain" by Bryce J. Tache; "A Night in the
Life" by Kenneth Harrison; "Trio by Moonlight" by Jon-Carl Lewis; and
"Matches" by M. Christian.
- Mannes, Marya. They. synopsis & review
- Manning, Reed. Earthly Pleasures: The Erotic Science Fiction
- Markham, Beryl. West With the Night (1942)
- Marks, W. Dennis. An Equal Opportunity: A Plea for
Individualism (1905) (utopian)
- Markson, David. Wittgenstein's Mistress (1990)
- Marriott, Crittenden. The Isle of Dead Ships
(1909: Lippincott, Philadelphia) (siren-like ruler of castaways)
- Marriott watson, H.B. Marahuna: A Romance
(1888: Longmans, London) (female with special powers)
- Marsh, Caeia. Between the Worlds (lesbian sf? or
- Marshall, Archibald. Upsidonia (1915: Paul,
- Martin, Nettie Parrish. A Pilgrim's Progress in Other
Worlds: Recounting the Wonderful Adventures of Ulysum Storries and His
Discovery of the Lost Star `Eden' (1908)
- Martin, Valerie. Mary Reilly.
- *** Marwick, Edward. City of Gold: A Tale of Sport, Travel,
and Adventure in the Heart of the Dark Continent (1896: Tower, London;
1898: Thacker, Calcutta) (matriarchal lost race)
- Mason, Caroline. A Woman of Yesterday (1900)
- Mason, Eveleen Laura Knaggs. Hiero-Salem: The Vision of
--. An Episode in the Doings of the Dualized (1898)
- Mason, Lisa. Summer of Love
- Mathews, Susan. An Exchange of Hostages
--. Prisoner of Conscience
--. Colony Fleet
- Mathur, Ashok. Once Upon an Elephant (Arsenal Pulp
Press, 1-55152-058-3). (male writer)
- May, Julian. ** "Dune Roller" (1951; reprinted in Silverberg's
Alpha 7, 1977)
- Mayhar, Ardath. The World Ends in Hickory Hollow (1985)
- McAllister, Bruce. "Ecce Femina!" in Fantasy and Science
Fiction February 1972. anti-feminist sf.
- McCaffrey, Anne. Pern stories. Others. Incorporating lots of
strong female characters, although often traditionally cast. Many stories
showing young girls going off on adventures and surviving admirably, often
on the run from sexist societies. Stories showing grown women are more
"romance-like," with feisty women meeting their match in strong-willed
heroes. -- lq
--. Dragonflight (1968)
--. Dragonquest (1971)
--. The Ship Who Sang (1969)
- McClary, Thomas Calvert. Rebirth: When Everyone Forgot
--. Three Thousand Years (1954)
- McCloud, Sheila. Xanthe and the Robots (human/robot
- McDevitt, Jack. Eternity Road (1997: HarperPrism)
- McDonald, Ian. "Legitimate Targets" New Worlds 4.
--. "Some Strange Desire" in The Best of Omni
--. Out On Blue Six
- McElhiney, G.C. Into the Dawn (1945: DeVorss, Los
Angeles) (woman pilot discovers utopian lost world)
- McKay, Claudia. Promise of the Rose Stone
- McKesson, Charles L. Under Pike's Peak, or, Mahalma, Child
of the Fire Father (1898: Neely, New York) (queen of the dwarves)
- McKillip, Patricia A. The Book of Atrix Wolfe; The
Forgotten Beasts of Eld (winner of the World Fantasy Award); and
The Sorceress and the Cygnet
- McLandburgh, Florence. "The Automaton Ear" (1873)
- McMahan, Jeffrey. Somewhere in the Night: Eight Gay Tales
of the Supernatural. 1989 1st edition; 1997 2d edition, with
introduction by Jewelle Gomez. 1-55583-432-9. Alyson.
- Mead, Harold. The Phoenix (1955)
- Mead, Shepherd. The Carefully Considered Rape of the
World (1966) (aliens artificially inseminate human women)
- Mears, Amelia. Mercia, the Astronomer Royal (1895)
- Meek, Col. S. P. (Sterner St. Paul). Arctic Bride
(1944: Utopian Publications, London) (short stories)
- Mendum, Bedlow. "The Barbarian" in The Barbarian and Other
Stories (1899: Neely, New York) (dystopia)
- Mentor, Lillian Francis. The Day of Resis (1897:
Dillingham, New York) (woman explorer finds lost tribes)
- Mercer, Harold. The Amazon Island (1933: Book Stall,
- Merle, Robert. The Virility Factor (another sex war
--. Malevil (1974)
- Merwin, Sam, Jr.
--. Chauvinisto (Canoga Park, Calif.: Major, 1976)
[in a future world women run the world]
--. The Sex War (1953, 1960: The Guinn Company,
NY). [originally published as The White Widows, Garden City, NY:
Doubleday, 1953; reprinted as The Sex War, New York, Beacon, 1960]
- Michaels, Melisa C. Skyrider series.
- Mieder, Wolfgang, edited. Disenchantments: An Anthology of
Fairy Tale Poetry
- Miesel, Sandra. Dreamrider (1982) (new agey, women-only
- Mighel, Ella Sterling. Fairy Tale of the White Man, Told
from the Gates of Sunset (1915: Pacific Publication Co., san
Francisco) (lost race)
- Miles, Sage B. The Diamond Cargo (Dec. 1901-Aug. 1902,
- Miller, George Noyes. The Strike of a Sex (1890: G. W.
Dillingham, New York).
According to Pam McAllister, writing in the preface of
A Sex Revolution by Lois Waisbrooker, George Noyes Miller was a
cousin of John Humphrey Noyes, founder of the Oneida Community. Miller
wrote this comedic work suggesting that women strike to gain "perfect
ownership of her own person" -- control of their own bodies. Waisbrooker
in response wrote a more radical work -- A Sex Revolution.
- Miller, Miranda. (b. 1950). Smiles and the Millennium (1987). (dystopic
- Mills, Lady Dorothy R. The Arms of the Sun
(1924: Duckworth, London) (sf)
- Milne, Louise Jordan. The Green Goddess (1922: Stokes,
New York; 1924: Duckworth, London) (plot to take over the world; based on
- Minghelli, Marina. translated by Beverly Allen. Medusa: The
(City Lights - "Italian Voices" series) reimagines the myth of Medusa
- Minkov, Svetoslav, 1902-1966. The Lady with the X-Ray Eyes (1965
- Minnett, Cora. The Day After To-Morrow (1911) equality of women
- Minns, Karen Marie Christa. Bloodsong. Bluestocking Books, Irvine, CA;
1-887237-08-9, April 1997. (lesbian vampire)
--. Virago. (Naiad, 1990)
--. various erotic fiction in On Our Backs
- Mirrlees, Hope, 1887-1978. Lud-in-the-Mist (1926)
- Mitchel, Lorna. The Revolution of Saint Jone
- Mitchell, John A. The Last American (1889)
- Moffett, Judith. Penterra (1988).
--. Time, Like an Ever Rolling Stream (St. Martin's Press, 1992).
Short-listed for the 1992 Tiptree Award.
- Montalvo, Garcia Ordonez de. "The Queen of California." Originally part of
Sergas of Esplandian (1510); translated and published in part with Notes as The
Queen of California by Edward Everett Hale in The Atlantic Monthly; included in
Edward Everett Hale's collection His Level Best (Robert Brothers: Boston, 1873);
reprinted in Moskowitz' When Women Rule,
- Montgomery, Richard R. (house author; written by Francis
Worcester Doughty). "I": A Story of Strange Adventure (1887, in
The Boys of New York, 7/23-9/3/1887; republished Pluck &
Luck #217, 7/30/1902, New York). (amazons, a lost city, a queen)
- Moore, Joseth. Lunar Legends [available at 1stbooks.com]
- Moore, M. Louise. Al Modad, or, Life Scenes Beyond the
Polar Circumflex: A Religio-Scientific Solution of the Problems of
Present and Future Life (1892)
- Moore, Raylan.
--. "Fair Eleanor is Dead"
--. "A Different Drummer" (1971; reprinted in Edward L. Ferman's The Best
from Fantasy and Science Fiction: 20, 1973)
--. What Happened to Emily Goode After the Great Exhibition (A Victorian
lady in the 20th century. Satire.) - Starblaze Editions.
- Moore, T. J. Dark Tide (Atalanta Press, 1979)
- Moore, Ward. Lot and Lot's Daughter (1996) [Joseph Ward
- Moore-Bentley, Mary Ann (pseud. for Mrs. H. H. Ling). "A Woman of Earth from 'A
Woman of Mars'" (1901) in Australian Science Fiction, ed. Van Ikin, Univ. of
Queensland Press, 1982
- Mordecai, Pamela. "Once on the Shores of the Stream
Senegambia" in Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root, Invisible Cities
- More, Sir Thomas. Utopia
- Moresby, L. (pseud. for Lily Adams Beck). Captain Java
--. The Glory of Egypt (1926)
- Morgan, John Minter. Revolt of the Bees (1826)
- Morgan, T. J. Dark Tide
- Morgan. Descent of Woman
- Moroz, Anne. No Safe Place to Hide (Queststar, 1986)
- Morris, William. News from Nowhere: or, An Epoch of Rest(1890)
- Morrison, D. A. C. "Another Antigone" in A.D. 2500,/I>, ed. Anon., Heinemann
- Morrison, Jim, 1943-1971. "Menstruation Taboos: A Women's Studies Perspective"
(with Craig Kee Strete) in Dreams That Burn in the Night (Doubleday, 1982)
- Morrison, Patricia Kenneally. The Keltiad books. Includes: The Hawk's
Grey Feather, The Oak Above the Kings, The Hedge of Mist; The Copper
Crown, The Throne of Scone, and The Silver Branch. Strong female
characters & a goddess-centered religion (altho' there is some lip service paid to goddess &
god being equal the goddess is clearly more central) based on Celtic society. Society is
distinctly hierarchical although ostensibly non-patriarchal. The focus is really on the upper
classes so it's hard to say what real life is all about in these novels; but in the upper
classes at least women are poets, priests & warriors as much as the men.
- Morse, David E. The Iron Bridge (1998)
- Moseley, Maboth. War Upon Women (1934)
- Moskowitz, Sam. Strange Horizons (1976).
--. When Women Rule (1972
- anthology of stories about, well, women ruling, most from an anti-feminist perspective.)
- Mottier, Francis. "Phillip Jose Farmer Conquers the Universe" (the protagonist is
raped by aliens)
- Moxley, F. Wright. Red Snow (1930)
- Mueller, Ruth. The Eye of the Child (1985: New Society Publishers,
Philadelphia, PA) (described by the publisher as "ecological speculative fiction ... a
brilliant healing myth for a world gone mad")
- Mukherjee, Bharati. The Holder of the World
- Murray, Sinclair. The Broken Marriage. NY: Dutton, 1929.
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