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A Bibliography of Works Related to Time and Time Travel

in: Westfahl, Gary, Slusser, George, and Leiby, David, eds. Worlds Enough and Time: Explorations of Time in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002. p. 167- 184.

Anticipating the Past: The Time Riddle in Science Ficton

in: Slusser, George E. Storm Warnings: Science Fiction Confronts the Future. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1987. pp.34-42.

Arrows and Riddles of Time: Scientific Models of Time Travel

in: Westfahl, Gary, Slusser, George, and Leiby, David, eds. Worlds Enough and Time: Explorations of Time in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002. p. 11-24.

Backward, Turn Backward: Narratives of Reversed Time in Science Fiction

in: Westfahl, Gary, Slusser, George, and Leiby, David, eds. Worlds Enough and Time: Explorations of Time in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002. p. 49-62.

Beyond the Endtime Terminus: Allegories of Coalescence in Far-Future Science Fiction

in: Westfahl, Gary, Slusser, George, and Leiby, David, eds. Worlds Enough and Time: Explorations of Time in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002. p. 65-76.

Change in the City: The Time Traveller's London and the 'Baseless Fabric' of His Vision

in: Slusser, George/Parrinder, Patrick/Chatelain, Daniele, eds. H. G. Wells's Perennial Time Machine. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2001. p. 122-134.

Comments on Space and Time: Gregory Benford, Jack Dann and Janeen Webb, James Gunn, and Howard G. Hendrix

in: Westfahl, Gary, ed. Space and Beyond: The Frontier Theme in Science Fiction. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. pp.181-184.

Conventional Models of Time and their Extensions in Science Fiction

Master's Thesis, Jagiellonian University (Poland), 2006. 119 p.

Cosmological Implications of Time Travel

in: Myers, R. E., ed. The Intersection of Science Fiction and Philosophy. Westport: Greenwood, 1983. pp. 31-44.

Dans l'abìme du temps: le temps dans l'oeuvre d'H. P. Lovecraft

in: Vas-Deyres, Natacha and Guillaud, Lauric, eds. L'imaginaire du temps dans le fantastique et la science fiction. Bordeaux: University of Bordeaux, 2011. p. 279-290.

De H. G. Wells a Stephen Baxter: du bon usage du temps

in: Bozzetto, Roger/Menegaldo, Gilles, eds. Colloque de Cerisy 2003. Paris: Bragelonne, 2006. p. 125-136.

Do You Know What Time It Is?

Heinlein Journal No. 9: 4-5. July 2001.

Du Temps incertain au temps ralenti : variations temporelles françaises

in: Vas-Deyres, Natacha and Guillaud, Lauric, eds. L'imaginaire du temps dans le fantastique et la science fiction. Bordeaux: University of Bordeaux, 2011. p. 57-68.

From Rome to Richmond: Wells, Universal History, and Prophetic Time

in: Slusser, George/Parrinder, Patrick/Chatelain, Daniele, eds. H. G. Wells's Perennial Time Machine. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2001. p. 110-121.

Heinlein Society

Heinlein Journal No. 9: 5. July 2001.

Impossible Times: Some Temporal Labyrinths in Science Fiction

in: Westfahl, Gary, Slusser, George, and Leiby, David, eds. Worlds Enough and Time: Explorations of Time in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002. p. 25-36.

Introduction: Conferring, Convening, Conversing, Communing

Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 20 (2): 169-172. 2009.

Introduction: The Quarries of Time

in: Westfahl, Gary, Slusser, George, and Leiby, David, eds. Worlds Enough and Time: Explorations of Time in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002. p. 1-10.

It's About Time: Temporal Dimensions in Margaret Atwood's Life Before Man

in: Appleton, Sarah A., ed. Once Upon a Time: Myth, Fairy Tales and Legends in Margaret Atwood's Writings. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. p. 95-114.

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