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Callow, Milton. “Dancers in the Dark” In My Utopia: A Collection of Creative Writing, Edited by Babaee, Ruzbeh. Newcastle upon Tyne, Eng: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.
Petrie, Simon, and Harvey, Edwina. “Dancing East to West” In Te Korero Ahi Kā: To Speak of the Home Fires Burning, Edited by Bridges, Grace, Murray, Lee and Compton, Aaron. Np: SpecFicNZ: Speculative Fiction New Zealand, 2018.
Nazarian, Vera(b. 1966). "Danila's Song" In Renunciates Of Darkover, Edited by Bradley, Marion Zimmer(1930-99). New York: DAW Books, 1991.
Burgis, Ben. "Dark Coffee, Bright Light and the Paradoxes of Omnipotence" In People of the Book ([In Hebrew]): A Decade of Jewish Science Fiction and Fantasy, Edited by Swirsky, Rachel(b. 1962) and Wallace, Sean. [Holicong, PA]: Prime Books, 2009.
Beckett, Chris(b. 1955). Dark Eden. London: Corvus, 2012.
Best, J. T.(d. 2009). The Dark Entity. Christchurch, New Zealand: Certes Press, 1999.
Reynolds, Mack [Dallas McCord](1917-83), and Brown, Fredric [William](1906-72). "Dark Interlude" In Galaxy Science Fiction (New York). Vol. 1.4 ., 1951.
Brophy, Catherine. Dark Paradise. Dublin, Ireland: Wolfhound Press, 1991.
Bracken, Alexandra(b. 1987). Darkest Minds. New York: Hyperion, 2012.
Byron, George Gordon [Lord Byron](1788-1824). "Darkness" In Lord Byron: The Complete Political Works, Edited by McGann, Jerome J.. Vol. 7. vols. Oxford, Eng.: Clarendon Press, 1816.
McCaffrey, Anne [Inez](1926-2011). "Daughter" In The Many Worlds of Science Fiction, Edited by Bova, Ben[jamin William](b. 1932). New York: E.P. Dutton, 1971.
Benson, Robert Hugh(1871-1914). The Dawn of All. London: Hutchinson, 1911.
Bark, Jaspre(b. 1969). Dawn Over Doomsday. Oxford, Eng.: Abaddon Books, 2008.
Butler, Octavia [Estelle](1947-2006). Dawn: Xenogenesis. New York: Warner Books, 1987.
Bingham, Hiram Anthony. The Dawnwatchers. New York: Triune Books, 1984.
Siegler, Dylan. “Day 3658” In Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction in Extreme Futures, Edited by Blue, Elly. Portland, OR: Microcosm Publishing, 2017.
Bellinger, Gwen. “The Day No One Died” In Islamicates Volume 1: Anthology of Science Fiction short stories inspired from Muslim Cultures, Edited by Ahmad, Muhammad Aurangzeb. Vol. 1. Np: Mirza Book Agency, 2016.
Johnson, Vera. "The Day They Cut Off the Power" In New Writings in SF, Edited by Bulmer, [Henry] Kenneth(1921-2005). Vol. (27). London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1975.
Johnson, Vera. "The Day They Cut Off the Power" In New Writings in SF, Edited by Bulmer, [Henry] Kenneth(1921-2005). Vol. (27). London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1975.
Matson, Erin(b. 1980). “The Day Without Body Shame” In The Feminist Utopia Project: Fifty-Seven Visions of a Wildly Better Future, Edited by Brodsky, Alexandra and Nalebuff, Rachel Kauder. New York: The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2015.
Barnes, John [Allen](b. 1957). Daybreak Zero. New York: Ace Books, 2011.
Flynn, Alexandrea. “Deadmonton” In Pedal Zombies: Thirteen Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories, Edited by Blue, Elly. Portland, OR: Elly Blue Publishing, 2015.
Bisson, Terry [Ballantine](b. 1942). Dear Abbey. Harrogate, Eng.: PS Publishing, 2003.
Bradley, James(b. 1967). The Deep Field. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Hodder Headline, 1999.
Burke, [John Frederick](1922-2011). Deep Freeze. London: Hamilton, 1955.

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