Anarchism and science fiction: Possibles

This page is a list of titles I'm considering for inclusion, but which I haven't yet read (and may never have time to read); it also includes films I haven't so far managed to see. I can't vouch for the relevance of any of them. Quite a few may not even be sf.

 

Suggestions for future additions, can be made to: Ben Beck.

 

 

 

 

Author/Director

Title

Comments and/or web links

Shale Aaron Virtual Death www.librarything.com/work/749026/book/26911595; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author
Dafydd Ab Hugh   articles.latimes.com/1989-07-03/entertainment/ca-2383_1_science-fiction-fans
Edward Abbey Good News www.goodreads.com/book/show/3636146-good-news
Kathy Acker Empire of the Senseless relationship with anarchism discussed in Diana Fare's 2002 PhD thesis 'The Edges of the Unsaid: Transgressive Practices in the Fiction of Kathy Acker', downloadable from EThOS
Pussy, King of the Pirates
Russell Ackerman Broken www.facebook.com/pages/Anarchists-and-Science-Fiction/1454355641446975?fref=ts
John Joseph Adams Seeds of Change thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Paul Adam Lettres de Malaisie SFE: describes a totalitarian dystopia; author "espoused strongly argued anarchist views", but mostly through historical novels
Michael Albert & Robin Hannel Looking Forward mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Angela Ambroz 'Love and Anarchy and Science Fiction'

www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2011/06/lois-tilton-reviews-short-fiction-early-june

Chester Anderson The Butterfly Kid libcom.org/files/Rad%20America%20V3%20I4.pdf: "very amusing", the only "novel in a science fiction vein by a hippy about hippies"
Kevin J. Anderson Clockwork Angels sciencefictionworld.com/books/science-fiction-books/1112-clockwork-angels-a-review.html; AbeBooks; www.theatlasphere.com/columns/130911-christmas-clockwork-angels.php
Poul Anderson Harvest of Stars Conger
Operation Changeling libcom.org/files/Rad%20America%20V3%20I4.pdf
Polesotechnic League novels groups.yahoo.com/group/LeftLibertarian2/message/1010
Jean-Pierre Andrevon   interviewed in Le Monde Libertaire
Ilona Andrews The Questing Beast www.lunastationquarterly.com/on-freebies-and-cheapies
anon. In the Future Suvin says it includes Godwinian anarchists
Piers Anthony Viscous Circle features "a strange and beautiful species whose society is an anarchy of peace." [www.sfgateway.com/books/v/viscous-circle]
a strange and beautiful species whose society is an anarchy of peace - See more at: http://www.sfgateway.com/books/v/viscous-circle/#sthash.NnujXPis.dpuf
a strange and beautiful species whose society is an anarchy of peace. - See more at: http://www.sfgateway.com/books/v/viscous-circle/#sthash.NnujXPis.dpuf
Christopher Anvil 'Gadget versus Trend' groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/rec.arts.sf.written/%22Anarchist$20Advocacy$20in$20SF%22/rec.arts.sf.written/ECqb0cUMjAc/5DLGiNSmbEMJ
Juan Pedro Aparicio, Luis Mateo Díez, & José María Merino Words in the Snow [A Filandòn] www.christiebooks.com/ChristieBooksWP/
Eleanor Arnason Ring of Swords www.librarything.com/work/94136/book/26912107
A Woman of the Iron People www.librarything.com/work/722198/book/26911968; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Neal Asher The Departure included in David Agranoff's list of "anarchist-themed-sci-fi"
Ayerdahl Sexomorphoses tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Leo Babauta   describes himself as an anarchist (leobabauta.com/33); had guest post on SFWA website in 2011
Paolo Bacigalupi Pump Six and Other Stories www.librarything.com/work/4620574/book/41293969; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Ship Breaker www.rudyrucker.com/blog/mp3/rucker_bisson_shirley_anarchist_book_fair_san_francisco_march_31_2012.mp3
The Water Knife Teflon
Joe E. Bandel Anarchist Knight: Apprentice Blurb: Anarchist Knight: Apprentice is the first book in a trilogy about Tobal Kane and his friends. It is a fast paced futuristic action adventure set in the Cascade mountains of Washington State. Join Tobal and his friends as they seek to unlock the mystery of Heliopolis and the strange death of his parents.
Iain M. Banks Against a Dark Background mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Feersum Endjinn
Stephen Baxter Ring among books cited by Nick Mamatas in The BASTARD Chronicles 2015 as hard sf overwhelmed by religious allegory
Barrington J. Bayley The Star Virus mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
The Zen Gun
Elizabeth Bear Carnival ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
Jacob's Ladder series
Jenny Casey trilogy
Andrea L. Bell & Yolanda Molina-Gavan, eds Cosmos Latinos: An Anthology of Science Fiction from Latin America and Spain (Early Classics of Science Fiction) www.librarything.com/work/790914/book/41294156
Edward Bellamy Apparitions of things to come: tales of mystery and imagination tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Gregory Benford Against Infinity  
Across the Sea of Suns  
Foundation's Fear concord.wikia.com/wiki/Political_Ideas_in_Science_Fiction
Great Sky River  
Milena Benini   Croatian anarchist and writer of speculative fiction (inter alia); http://readreactreview.com/2010/03/07/interview-with-a-croatian-feminist-anarchist-speculative-fiction-writer-and-avid-genre-fiction-reader/
J.D. Beresford What Dreams May Come . . . "Dream vision of a non-mechanical, religious utopia." (Dan Clore)
Steve Berman 'Tearjerker' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Jasper Bernes We Are Nothing and So Can You www.akpress.org/we-are-nothing-and-so-can-you.html
Alfred Bester 'Time is the Traitor' mises.org/daily/5167/Friedrich-Hayek-and-American-Science-Fiction
Scott Bieser & Zeke Bieser Quantum Vibe dailyanarchist.com/2013/08/16/science-fiction-and-the-stateless-society/
Terry Bisson Any Day Now www.rudyrucker.com/blog/mp3/rucker_bisson_shirley_anarchist_book_fair_san_francisco_march_31_2012.mp3; not sf, though possibly alternate history
The Left Left Behind Plus www.pmpress.org/content/index.php?topic=news_other; www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/35-fiction
Bernard Blanc C'est la lune finale! anthologie tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Liliana V. Blum 'Pink Lemonade' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Jacques Boireau Les années de sable tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Luigi Bontempi I temponauti: viaggio radicale alla ricerca del tempo perduto tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Michael Borden The Space library.nothingness.org/articles/SA/en/display/266; mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Ben Bova The Winds of Altair zinelibrary.info/files/scifirad.pdf
Keyan Bowes 'Spoiling Veena' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Karin Boye Kallocain www.andersmonsen.com/50-works-of-fiction-libertarians-should-read
Leigh Brackett The Long Tomorrow included in Evan Lampe's blog
Marion Zimmer Bradley The Mists of Avalon thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
David Bramwell The No. 9 Bus to Utopia AbeBooks
David Brin Brightness Reef ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
The Uplift War
Tor Åge Bringsværd   This Norwegian science fiction writer "has characterized himself a leftwing anarchist" [SFE], and this is said to be clearly reflected in some of his works.
Damien Broderick & Rory Barnes Valencies AbeBooks
Michelle Browne The Stolen: Two Short Stories www.goodreads.com/book/show/15982975-the-stolen
John Brunner The Stone that Never Came Down mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Steven Brust & Emma Bull Freedom and Necessity mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Dorothy Bryant The Kin of Ata are Waiting for You efanzines.com/Phlogiston/Phlogiston11.pdf
Tobias S. Buckell Ragamuffin www.librarything.com/work/2660910/book/55557508; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Sly Mongoose mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Tobias S. Buckell, Ken MacLeod, Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu, K.D. Wentworth, Jeremiah Tolbert, Jay Lake, Ted Kosmatka, Blake Charlton, Mark Budz, & John Joseph Adams, eds Seeds of Change

www.librarything.com/work/10854620/book/55557473

Lois McMaster Bujold 'The Mountains of Mourning' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Mikhail Bulgakov Heart of a Dog libcom.org/library/working-class-literature-reading-guide
Ben Burgis Three Perspectives on the Role of the Anarchists in the Zombie Apocalypse online at www.talesofworldwarz.com/stories/2008/03/07/three-perspectives-on-the-role-of-the-anarchists-in-the-zombie-apocalypse-by-ben-burgis/
Edgar Rice Burroughs The Gods of Mars www.andersmonsen.com/50-works-of-fiction-libertarians-should-read
The Moon Maid Conger
William S. Burroughs The Ticket that Exploded  
Octavia E. Butler Patternmaster invisibleuniversedoc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/IU_BSF_lit_2015_3000.jpg; Red Planets
Survivor mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Beatrice May Butt aka W.H. Alhusen (pub. as "by the author of Miss Molly") The Laws of Leflo Included in Killjoy's list of stories that explore anarchist societies.
Monica Byrne The Girl in the Road thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
CABU, François Cavanna, & Bernard Clavel Il y a 40 ans: Hiroshima tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Augustín Cadena 'Murillo Park' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Ernest Callenbach Ecotopia Emerging tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Italo Calvino If on a Winter Night a Traveller nothing obvious, but his father had been an anarchist in his youth
Bill Campbell & Edwin Austin Hall, eds Mothership: Tales from Afrofuturism and Beyond thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Holley Cantine 'Double, Double, Toil and Trouble' Cantine was editor of the American anarchist magazine Retort in the 1940s. After Retort ceased publication, among other activities he wrote radical science fiction stories. He name doesn't appear in SFE, but this solitary short story is recorded in ISFDB as first published in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1960, and subsequently anthologised a few times in the early 60s. [Cornell]
Orson Scott Card Heartfire mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus

www.goodreads.com/book/show/40293.Pastwatch

Seventh Son

mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf

Tales of Alvin Maker

mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Jacqueline Carey Santa Olivia www.brownstargirl.org/blog/the-transformative-justice-science-fiction-strategic-reader; briarpatchmagazine.com/articles/view/visions-of-the-future
André Carneiro
Amórquia
Amórquia
Amórquia

Amórquia

SFE: title translates as 'Love-Anarchy'; a sexual utopia that questions technological progress
Angela Carter The Infernal Desire Machines of Dr Hoffman recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Kristin Cashore Graceling thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Hellena Cavendi Un air de liberté tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Hayden Chance The Particle recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Tim Chapman Spaceboy Amazon
Suzy McKee Charnas The Slave and the Free www.librarything.com/work/504381/book/26910699; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
C.J. Cherryh Foreigner universe series ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
Forty Thousand in Gehenna thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
G.K. Chesterton 'The Conversion of an Anarchist' www.locusmag.com/index/s137.htm
Ted Chiang Stories of Your Life and Others thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
René Clair À nous la liberté Red Planets; Porton; laborfilms.org/a-nous-la-liberte/; libcom.org/forums/united-kingdom/any-good-anarchist-films-17042009; www.acratie.eu/FTPCINE/CINEUTOP.DOC
Jacob Clifton 'This is Why We Jump' www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2013/06/lois-tilton-reviews-short-fiction-early-june-3/
Daniel A. Coleman The Anarchist email suggestion to me
Robert Collino Essais fantastiques du Dr Rob French sf author and anarchist who wrote under the pseudonym Ixigrec, included in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary; eng.anarchopedia.org/Robert_Collino
Panurge au pays des machines
Alex Comfort The Philosophers Goodway: 259
Michael Coney Hello Summer, Goodbye (aka RAX) www.librarything.com/work/271046/book/26911732; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Andy T. Coombs 'Wall Street Undead' flag.blackened.net/aca/anarchy-sci-fi/wallstreetundead.htm
Julio Cortázar 'House Taken Over' mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Ronald Creagh Les zanars tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Cary Cronenwett Maggots and Men www.revolvy.com/topic/Cary%20Cronenwett&uid=1575; olympiafilmsociety.org/maggots-and-men/; www.chicagoreader.com/Bleader/archives/2010/05/05/chicago-anarchist-film-festival; libcom.org/forums/history-culture/kronstadt-texts-09052010; libcom.org/forums/history-culture/kronstadt-texts-09052010
Cryptoworld 2050 New World Order Amazon
The Curious George Brigade Anarchy in the Age of Dinosaurs zinelibrary.info/files/anarchy-in-the-age-of-dinosaurs.pdf but is a manifesto, and of no sf interest
Philippe Curval   This French SF writer is said to have described his views as anarchistic. (Thomas 1985)
Rick Dakan Geek Mafia: Black Hat Blues Killjoy; according to Killjoy, the third book in the series, Geek Mafia: Black Hat Blues, "introduces anarchist politics more directly"
Sean Dalton Showdown: Time Trap AbeBooks
Andrew Darlington 'Angels of Anarchy / Learning to Live with Fragmentation' www.locusmag.com/index/t328.htm
'Watching the Nine O'Clock News / Judge Dredd Meets Mr Anarchy'

www.locusmag.com/index/t901.htm

Gérard de Lacaze-Duthiers Le Roman de Mauer, homme fossile: Récit de l'âge d'or Cohn: 235
Samuel R. Delany Hogg BASTARD; www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/03/05/sci-fi-hero-samuel-delany-s-outsider-art.html,
Charles de Lint Greenmantle mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Someplace to be Flying
Lester del Rey, ed. The Day the Sun Stood Still mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Adrián del Valle Cuentos Inverosímiles collection of stories published in Cuba by a Catalan anarchist, including 'Vitalis', 'Cerebralis' and 'Un Rayo de Sol' (Cohn: 166)
Pierre-Emmanuel Dessevres Le Vol des faucons reference in Le Monde Libertaire
François Dibot Les Sources de Sheeba tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Philip K. Dick Clans of the Alphane Moon Fifth Estate 48.2 #390, Fall 2013; included in Evan Lampe's blog
Radio Free Albemuth The BASTARD Chronicles 2015
The Unteleported Man / Lies, Inc. included in Evan Lampe's blog
We Can Rebuild You The BASTARD Chronicles 2015
Gordon R. Dickson

The R-Master

mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Thomas M. Disch The Priest mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Cory Doctorow Makers m.reddit.com/r/Agorism/comments/qcmgo/agorist_fiction/
Walkaway www.jacobinmag.com/2016/02/cory-doctorow-boing-boing-homeland-little-brother-snowden-poitras/; www.digitaltrends.com/features/cory-doctorow-walkway/
Anna Bowman Dodd The Republic of the Future Pfaelzer
Jacques Doillon, Alain Resnais, & Jean Rouch The Year 01 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_dealing_with_anarchism; translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=da&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fsortefane.wordpress.com%2Fr%2Fanarkisme-og-film%2F
Harold Donirz 'Visitor from the 20th ?Century' Winston's example of an sf story in which the subject of government isn't ever brought up
N. Harold Donley Outworld suggested on the Facebook Anarchism and Science Fiction forum
Ignatius Donnelly Caesar's Column AbeBooks
Sébastien Doubinsky Absinth AbeBooks; email from author author describes himself explicitly as an anarchist (author's blog)
The Babylonian trilogy recommended by the author (email from author); has introduction by Michael Moorcock
Le Feu au Royaume recommended by the author (email from author)
Goodbye Babylon
Quién es?
The Song of Synth AbeBooks; www.mybookishways.com/2015/07/august-2015-must-reads-in-science-fiction-fantasy-and-horror.html
David Drake Patriots www.goodreads.com/genres/libertarian-science-fiction
Richard Dreyfuss & Harry Turtledove The Two Georges www.librarything.com/work/21350/book/26910958
Renée Denan   anarchist &c. who wrote sf and erotica; entry in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary
Kevin Eady Uncontrollable self-published e-book; According to the author, this e-book is the autobiography of a fictional 101-year-old Spanish anarchist named Buenaventura García. Though not strictly science fiction, there is an episode in the latter half of the book where drug-induced hallucination conjures up an alternate reality where anarchism has been far more successful.
J.G. Eccarius The Last Days of Christ the Vampire recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Gordon Eklund All Times Possible mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Suzette Haden Elgin Native Tongue www.librarything.com/work/37925/book/26910620; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Carol Emshwiller Carmen Dog www.librarything.com/work/170707/book/55557483; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
The Mount www.librarything.com/work/369392/book/26912060; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Kenneth C. Eng Reincarnation Blurb: This work is intended for children aged 12 and up. In a future period known as Reincarnation Times, existence technology has been developed that allows humans to reincarnate after death—and retain full waking awareness of their past lives. With this life everlasting, people begin to feel immortal and no longer consider death to be part of their existence. Cosine Chan, a law-enforcement agent—who has spent her life fighting hyperviolent vandals, thieves, and perjurers—finds herself thrust into investigating a mysterious anarchist known only as Limacon Lambert who is plotting to pollute the consciousness pools of mankind. She soon learns that he is affiliated with a rebel cult that intends to end reincarnation and restore the natural order of the universe. Bravely facing many adversaries and strange alterations of consciousness, Cosine learns that immortality is not the blessing it seems to be, that death is not always a curse, and that it's preferable to live a heroic life than an eternal one.
Max Ernst Une Semaine de bonté mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
FABS 'Tellus, Anarchy vs Ochlarchy, Cosmos, Magic and Love' www.anarchy.no/emma1.html
Mick Farren The DNA Cowboys trilogy Rich Dana in Anarcho SF V. 1
The Song of Phaid the Gambler
Claude Farrère Useless Hands books.google.co.uk/books?id=KEZxhkG5eikC&printsec=frontcover&dq=bleiler+science-fiction&hl=en&sa=X&ei=QKXdUOuGIueY1AXbnIGwBA&ved=0CDYQ6AEwAA; mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Howard Fast 'I Zapped an Angel' Neville
Sébastien Faure Mon communisme: le bonheur universel 'uchronian novel' set "fifteen years after the liberation movement" (Cohn: 222)
Mauricio Montiel Figueiras 'Photophobia' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Nigel Findley Neo-Anarchist's The Guide to North America Amazon
Andrew Jonathan Fine Alouette's Song self-promoted on www.facebook.com/groups/anarchismandsciencefiction/?fref=ts#
Ed Finn & Kathryn Cramer, eds Hieroglyph Zimmerman on www.facebook.com/groups/anarchismandsciencefiction/?fref=ts: "looks promising"
Todd H.C. Fischer 'Anarchy Bunny's Bleeding Bookcase' www.locusmag.com/index/yr1999/s26.htm
Leslie Fish The Weight Fan-published anarchist-feminist Star Trek novel. Fish is described as an "IWW member and anarchist activist" in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary.
James Percy FitzPatrick

Jock of the Bushveld

mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Daniel S. Fletcher Jackboot Britain www.goodreads.com/book/show/22093713-jackboot-britain
Eric Flint 1632 www.goodreads.com/book/show/16967.1632
Michael Flynn On the Razor's Edge Teflon
Diamandis Florakis Return to the Future: A Transcendental Novel SFE
The Ponotrons and the Anarchists of the Absolute Amazon; SFE
Douglas Morey Ford A Time of Terror SFE
Charles Fourier   "Usually considered the founder of the libertarian wing of socialism, Fourier deserves mention here because his writings often contain fantastic elements. Once Fourier's socialism is established, men will grow to seven feet tall and live 144 years. The moon will be replaced by five new satellites, each a different color, and some Saturn-like rings, which will allow it to once again copulate with the other planets, which will all move closer to the earth in order to engage in this planetary orgy. The oceans will turn to lemonade. One idea frequently attributed to Fourier, however—that men will grow prehensile tails with an eye and a finger on the end—is apparently really the invention of a satirist. Fourier often uses a semi-fictional form to describe his ideal society." (Dan Clore)
Theory of the Four Movements theanarchistlibrary.org/library/don-lacoss-charles-fourier-prefigures-our-total-refusal
The Utopian Vision of Charles Fourier Black 2015
Karen Joy Fowler What I Didn't See thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Peter Frase Four Futures Facebook Anarchism and Science Fiction Forum
Valerie J. Freireich Becoming Human www.librarything.com/work/337004/book/26911580; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Yves Frémion   former editor of the French sf magazine Univers; described as an anarchist in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary; but Wikipedia says he's a member of the French Green Party and a former member of the European Parliament
La Planète Larzac tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Yves Frémion, ed. Les Amazonardes: une anthojolie [sic] tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Roslyn Fuller Isak www.urban75.net/forums/threads/good-anarchist-and-left-wing-fiction-writers.268983/#post-9984151
Pierre Gabus and Romual Reutimann District 14: Season 1 #1: Are You an Anarchist? Amazon
Stephen Gaillard The Pirates of the Sky SFE: "Young Adult tale in which an intrepid pilot and a resourceful newspaper reporter track down and are instrumental in defeating an anarchist conspiracy"
Neil Gaiman Coraline horror/fantasy; unimportant mention in Lacoss
Giuseppe Galzerano I ricchi e gli oppressori non moriranno più! Romanzo di fantascienza contro il trapianto del cuore tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Agustín Garcia Calvo Comunicado URGENTE contra el Despilfarro tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Jane Gaskell Strange Evil mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Émile Gautier (with Marie-François Goron) Fleur de Bagne sequence SFE: author an anarchist, imprisoned 1883/1885; features a naive anarchist scientist
Sally Miller Gearhart The Wanderground books.google.co.uk/books?id=ikKrQOrEAnoC&pg=PA60&lpg=PA60&dq=%22lyman+tower+sargent%22+utopia+anarchism&source=bl&ots=g4Ows0Qr_8&sig=j1i-jDHU59FdF-324itRGZ4Dmnk&hl=en&sa=X&ei=zKBVU63TLaOv7QbkvICgAQ&ved=0CFoQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=%22lyman%20tower%20sargent%22%20utopia%20anarchism&f=false; Red Planets; https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/nov/29/woman-on-the-edge-of-time-40-years-on-hope-imagining-utopia-marge-piercy
Mary Gentle Rats and Gargoyles mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Lewis Grassic Gibbon Gay Hunter mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Spartacus
William Gibson Distrust that Particular Flavor review in Fifth Estate, Winter 2013
Virtual Light urbanhonking.com/spacecanon/page/3/
Carolyn Ives Gilman Halfway Human thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Charlotte Perkins Gilman Moving the Mountain mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
'The Yellow Wallpaper'
Greer Gilman Cloud and Ashes thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Victor Gischler Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse www.goodreads.com/book/show/1655668.Go_Go_Girls_of_the_Apocalypse
Paul Glover Los Angeles: A History of the Future Cohn: 322
Christopher Golden Tin Men www.buzzfeed.com/andrewliptak/27-speculative-fiction-and-related-books-to-read-t-hclt#.fvKGPGXe1G
Rex Gordon The Yellow Fraction recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Angélica Gorodischer Kalpa Imperial www.librarything.com/work/50002/book/26911745; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Hiromi Goto Half World thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
The Kappa Child www.librarything.com/work/128267/book/26911980; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Stefan Grabinski The Dark Domain mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Myra Grant Feed thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Jean Grave Les Aventures de Nono described in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary as "a libertarian utopia for children"
Troy J. Grice Goldstein favourable mention on https://soundcloud.com/sovryntech/sovryn-tech-ep-0075-we-need-new-futurians
George Griffith 'Hellville, U.S.A.', in Gambles with Destiny "young idealist elected president of USA against trusts and anarchists, violence and Chicago revolt crushed" (Suvin)
Claudia Guillén 'The Drop' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Amil Habibi The Secret Life of Saeed the Pessoptimist mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Andrea Hairston Mindscape www.librarything.com/work/1129489/book/55557490; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Redwood and Wildfire thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Joe Haldeman Buying Time www.catb.org/~esr/writings/sf-history.html
Sarah Hall Daughters of the North www.librarything.com/work/3256265/book/41294208
Peter F. Hamilton Night's Dawn trilogy mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Clement Milton Hammond (as by Josephine d'Aujourdhui
Then and Now: Anarchy in the Year 2085
Then and Now: Anarchy in the Year 2085
Then and Now: Anarchy in the Year 2085
Then and Now: Anarchy in the Year 2085

'Then and Now: Anarchy in the Year 2085'

Then and Now: Anarchy in the Year 2085

appeared in Liberty 1884/1885; "a book-length Utopia never published in book form, argues for a temperate anarchism" (SFE)

a book-length Utopia never published in book form, argues for a temperate anarchism - See more at: http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/hammond_clement_milton#sthash.4OF3Gmod.dpuf
Harry Harrison Homeworld www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/libertarian-science-fiction
M. John Harrison The Course of the Heart mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Viriconium Nights
L.P. Hartley Facial Justice mises.org/daily/3007
Benjamin Ross Hayden The Northlander Facebook Anarchism and science fiction forum 2016-10-13; Facebook solarpunk anarchists 2016-10-15
Robert A. Heinlein For Us, the Living en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_ideas_in_science_fiction
'Free Men' seen by H. Bruce Franklin as linked to The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, extolling an anarchist revolution
Job: A Comedy of Justice www.armedpolitesociety.com/index.php?topic=8167.0;wap2
The Number of the Beast www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/libertarian-science-fiction
To Sail Beyond the Sunset www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/libertarian-science-fiction
Johan Heliot La Lune n'est pas pour nous raforum.info/spip.php?article2983
La Lune seule le sait raforum.info/spip.php?article2982
Zenna Henderson The People: No Different Flesh www.andersmonsen.com/50-works-of-fiction-libertarians-should-read
Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson Dune: The Butlerian Jihad lukewarm response on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Dune: House Atreides mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Arthur Herzog Glad to Be Here AbeBooks
J.L. Hilton Stellarnet Rebel www.meetup.com/Triangle-Anarchists/messages/boards/thread/19276982
Nina Kiriki Hoffman A Fistful of Sky www.librarything.com/work/68100/book/26911655; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Ernest Hogan 'Death and Dancing in New Las Vegas' www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2011/05/lois-tilton-reviews-short-fiction-mid-may/
James P. Hogan Code of the Lifemaker seesharppress.wordpress.com/2014/06/11/a-neglected-sci-fi-gem-code-of-the-lifemaker/
The Immortality Option seesharppress.wordpress.com/2014/10/17/another-neglected-sci-fi-gem-the-immortality-option/
Mirror Maze www.goodreads.com/genres/libertarian-science-fiction
Ludwig Holberg Niels Klims Unterirdische Reisen tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Ninni Holmqvist The Unit www.quora.com/What-are-some-of-the-best-anarchist-fiction-novels
Stewart Home 'Anarchist' www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/title.cgi?1398539
Blow Job Blurb: . . . "gleefully violent, goofily lewd satire of revolutionary British politics, in which the opposing proponents of anarchism and fascism have more in common than they'd like to admit." . . . "a volatile near-future world of street fights, assassinations and bombings". . . As the leader of Class Justice Steve Drummond has the London anarchist scene "stitched up like a kipper", until "Swift" Nick Carter returns to the political fold. Then the anarchists take on the fascist fringe in a battle for the hearts and minds of disaffected youth."; www.stewarthomesociety.org/sp/anstupid.htm
Red London www.reddit.com/r/Anarchism/comments/1d7esn/; www.stewarthomesociety.org/sp/anstupid.htm
Nalo Hopkinson 'Fisherman' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Report from Planet Midnight Plus www.pmpress.org/content/index.php?topic=authors&page=16; www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/35-fiction
The Salt Roads www.librarything.com/work/49336/book/26911631; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Michel Houellebecq Atomized / The Elementary Particles mentioned in Goodway: 236n
Sarah Hoyt Darkship Thieves Winner of the 2011 Prometheus Award.
L. Ron Hubbard Final Blackout included in David Agranoff's list of "anarchist-themed-sci-fi"; www.goodreads.com/book/show/262966.Final_Blackout
David Humphreys, Joel Barlow, John Trumbull, & Lemuel Hopkins The Anarchiad: A Poem on the Restoration of Chaos and Substantial Night online at mith.umd.edu//eada/html/display.php?docs=barlow_anarchiad.xml&action=show
Ian Hunter 'Anarchy at Christmas' www.locusmag.com/index/s333.htm
Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne (as Weatherby Chesney) 'The Anarchist Plot', in The Adventures of an Engineer . . . "attempt to blow up the Bank of England [ . . . ] All novelties destroyed with the inventors." (Suvin: 71-2); AbeBooks
Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne The Recipe for Diamonds "Lully's recipe found, after intrigue with anarchist destroyed again." (Suvin: 52); AbeBooks
Ishikawa Sanshiro Go-ju Nen Ato no Nihon (Japan Fifty Years Later)

An anarchist vision of utopia. "He imagined Japanese society organized on a co-operative basis (with Proudhonist mutual exchange banks) to enable each individual to live a life of artistic creation. His celebration of nudity reflected Carpenter's influence, but the idea of retaining the Japanese emperor as the symbol of communal affection was his very own." (Peter Marshall: 527)

 

Described by Cohn (228) as an anarchist utopia.

 

The 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary describes Ishikawa as an anarcho-syndicalist theorist.

 

Shelley Jackson Half Life www.librarything.com/work/3162823/book/26912042; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Heidrun Jänchen 'Eine typisch anarchistische Handlung' www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/title.cgi?1294886
N.K. Jemisin The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
The Killing Moon
K.W. Jeter Fiendish Schemes www.locusmag.com/Monitor/2013/10/new-books-15-october/
Michel Jeury Chronolysis "Disorientated agent of an anarcho-socialist near-future finds himself at the centre of a conflict with multinational corporations trying to alter history so as to take over the future." (Board & Miéville: 257)
L'Univers Ombre libertarian utopia
Eduardo Jiménez Mayo and Chris N. Brown, eds Three Messages and a Warning thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Alexandro Jodorowsky and Zoran Janjetov Before the Inca #4: Psycho Anarchist Amazon
Alaya Dawn Johnson The Summer Prince thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Kij Johnson Kylen www.locusmag.com/Perspectives/2012/10/kij-johnson-inversions/
William W. Johnstone Anarchy in the Ashes SFE
Mór Jókai A jövö század regénye ["The Novel of the Next Century"] In the most significant sf novel (still untranslated) by Hungary's greatest author, airplanes made of a marvellous new material—ichor—serve the heroes, who dominate global communications and trade; "declaring war on anarchistic Russia, they fight the last war of mankind and create eternal peace." (SFE)
Gwyneth Jones White Queen www.librarything.com/work/49496/book/26911592; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Raymond Jones The Non-Statistical Man recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Ernst Jünger Eumeswil www.telospress.com/tag/science-fiction/
Kiodomari Allan (pseudonym of Yukie Mizushima)   Japanese sf fan and author, Mizushima is described in the online Encyclopedia of Science Fiction as a "monocled eccentric and suspected anarchist".
Kwon Kitaek Paradise Garden mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Ellen Klages Portable Childhoods www.librarything.com/work/2394843/book/41293924; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Alex Knight Mortician's Food recommended (by Alex Knight) on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Tales from Dark 7
Victoria's Place and Other Tales of Terror
Dani Kollin & Eytan Kollin 'Desperation Inspiration' Easterbrook
The Unincorporated Man Easterbrook; winner of the 2010 Prometheus Award
The Unincorporated World Easterbrook
Dean R. Koontz Dark Rivers of the Heart www.andersmonsen.com/50-works-of-fiction-libertarians-should-read
Ted Kosmatka 'N-Words' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Nancy Kress Probability Moon www.librarything.com/work/48965/book/26912095
Yesterday's Kin Teflon, at seesharppress.wordpress.com/
Ellen Kushner Basilisk mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
'A Wild and a Wicked Youth' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Madeleine L'Engle A Wrinkle in Time recommended on Anarchism and Science Fiction Forum
R.A. Lafferty Past Master Mamatas in The BASTARD Chronicles 2015: "The horrifying iron is that probably the best science fictional investigation of utopia is explicitly religious" . . . .
Larissa Lai Salt Fish Girl www.librarything.com/work/47335/book/55557504
When Fox is a Thousand thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Henri Lambert La Superfemme tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Keith Laumer Retief's War libcom.org/files/Rad%20America%20V3%20I4.pdf: "the nonhuman inhabitants of the planet Quopp live within the framework of a kind of free-wheeling libertarian socialism"
Guillermo Lavin 'Reaching the Shore' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Ursula K. Le Guin Buffalo Gals Eagleheart; mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Dancing at the Edge of the World Burns
Dreams Must Explain Themselves Burns
'Mountain Ways' Eagleheart
The Other Wind mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
A Ride on the Red Mare's Back children's, fantasy; Lacoss
Searoad tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
'She Unnames Them' Heckert
Tales from Earthsea mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
The Wave in the Mind Heckert
The Wild Girls www.pmpress.org/content/index.php?topic=authors&page=19; seen on sale at an anarchist bookship
Winter's King mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Gustave Le Rouge The Billionaires' Conspiracy referenced in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary 
Vampires of Mars
Kimmo Lehtonen Otaminut: Spekulatiivinen tarina Amazon; novel is in Finnish
Stanisław Lem Eden www.quora.com/What-are-some-of-the-best-anarchist-fiction-novels
Jules Lermina Histoires Incroyables Lermina wrote L'A.B.C. du Libertaire and contributed to the Argentine anarchist paper La Protesta; he also wrote "scores of Histoires Incroyables (1885, 1888) and science-fiction novels inspired by Bulwer-Lytton" (Cohn: 166-7). Lytton's influence is only mentioned by SFE as on L'effrayante aventure.
Nouvelles Histoires Incroyables
Gustav Linbach The Azrael of Anarchy . . . "a near-future England subverted by an anarchist conspiracy against the realm". (SFE)
Dénis Lindbohm  
are strongly individualist and anarchist.

Swedish sf writer whose views were "strongly individualist and anarchist" (SFE)

Megan Lindholm Wizard of the Pigeons thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Vachel Lindsay The Golden Book of Springfield anarchy101.org/4872/what-is-your-favorite-anarchist-novel
Kelly Link Magic for Beginners thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
John William Lloyd The Dwellers in Vale Sunrise: How They Got Together and Lived Happily Ever After Cohn: 167
The Natural Man www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/22753/anarchism/224799/Poetry-and-prose; Cohn: 221
Simon Logan Pretty Little Things to Fill up the Void Amazon. Blurb: In a city of chemical warehouses and entropic factories, viral DJs and anarchist skatepunks share the streets with nihilistic video game junkies and makeshift revolutionaries, whilst pirate broadcasters battle against one another and renegade paramedics hijack the dead and dying for profit.
Barbara G. Louise The Rabble and the Rich Amazon. Blurb: a science fiction novel about an alternate universe where An Anarkhist Anti-Capitalist Revolution takes place mid-twenty-first century. And a generation afterwards, A New, Free Generation Builds a Better World
Elizabeth A. Lynn Dragon's Winter www.librarything.com/work/121338/book/55557496; mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
The Woman who Loved the Moon and Other Stories mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Joseph Lyons and Cecil Raleigh (pseudonym of Cecil Rowlands) The Master Crime . . . "a near future tale involving an anarchist destabilization of Britain, causing the Bank of England to close its doors." (SFE) The first co-author is the very Joe Lyons who founded Lyons Corner Houses.
p.m. Akiba: A Gnostic Novel pioneerspress.com/catalog/zines/4009/; www.fifthestate.org/archive/380-spring-2009/bizarre-gnostic-science-fiction-author-bolobolo/
John Henry Mackay Die Anarchisten: Kulturgemälde aus dem Ende des XIX Jahrhunderts www.academia.edu/4377644/Anarchism_and_Utopia
Phyllis Maclennan Turned Loose on Irdra AbeBooks
Ken Macleod Engine City www.goodreads.com/book/show/185823.Engine_City; ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
The Execution Channel ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
The Human Front Plus worldbuilding.stackexchange.com/questions/17163/how-to-make-a-fictional-anarchist-society-believable-to-non-anarchists; www.pmpress.org/content/index.php?topic=news_other
Intrusion ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks; seesharppress.wordpress.com/page/2/
The Restoration Game www.goodreads.com/book/show/6766039-the-restoration-game
Gregory Maguire Wicked www.librarything.com/work/837/book/26911610; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Nick Mamatas Under My Roof www.librarything.com/work/1766206/book/26912054; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Emily St John Mandel Station Eleven thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Brit Mandelo, ed. Beyond Binary thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Ethel Mannin Bread and Roses anarchist utopia (Cohn: 228)
Lawrence Manning 'The Man Who Awoke' Part Four of the serial, entitled 'The Individualist's, "should have presented a real anarchy", according to Winston, but only gives it a paragraph, while showing "contempt for government"
Lawrence Manning and Fletcher Pratt 'City of the Living Dead' early dystopia referenced by Winston
Matilde Marcolli City of Sorrow www.lulu.com/shop/matilde-marcolli/city-of-sorrow/paperback/product-20703686.html; self-promoted on Anarchism and Science Fiction Forum
Yamaon self-promoted on Anarchism and Science Fiction Forum
Laurie J. Marks Fire Logic www.librarything.com/work/47490/book/26912080; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Pierre Marlson Les Compagnons de la Marcilargue raforum.info/spip.php?article5958; Thomas
Félix Martí-Ibáñez All the Wonders We Seek Martí-Ibáñez was an doctor working with the anarchists in Catalonia, later submitting stories to American sf and fantasy magazines; All the Wonders We Seek is a collection, which includes 'The Star Hunt' and 'The Threshold of the Door'; other stories listed were published in F&SF and Weird Tales. (Cohn: 183-7)
'Between Two Dreams'
'The Buried Paradise'
'Niña Sol'
'Senhor Zumbeira's Leg'
'The Star Hunt'
'The Threshold of the Door'
'A Tomb in Malacor'
Bruno Massé L'aube noire tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Necropolis: Book One of the Malice Cycle tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue; anarchy101.org/4872/what-is-your-favorite-anarchist-novel
Richard Matheson The Shrinking Man included in Evan Lampe's blog
Tim Maughan "Flight Path Estate" www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2013/05/lois-tilton-reviews-short-fiction-mid-may-3/
Timothy C. May 'True Nyms and Crypto Anarchy' www.locusmag.com/index/yr2001/s60.htm
Paul J. McAuley Gardens of the Sun mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
The Quiet War
Red Dust includes an anarchist character [www.sfgateway.com/books/r/red-dust/; www.librarything.com/tag/anarchism,+science+fiction]
Anne McCaffrey Freedom's Landing www.goodreads.com/book/show/61928.Freedom_s_Landing
Chris McCawley, Jim Morrison, Jim Munroe, & Tate Young Ghosts with Shit Jobs chicagoweekly.net/2013/05/02/anarchy-on-the-screen/; diy-film.com/2013/04/21/the-chicago-anarchist-film-festival-426-428/
Nathan McGrath The Cloud Connection mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Nanopunk www.softmachine.net/2013/04/the-future-of-anarchy/
Maureen F. McHugh China Mountain Zhang www.librarything.com/work/23052/book/26910515
Mission Child www.librarything.com/work/48833/book/26910983
Albert Meister La Soi-disant utopie du centre Beaubourg tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Sotto il Beaubourg
Ricardo Mella La Nueva Utopia (Novela Imaginaria) posits a possible Proudhonian mutualist society, according to the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary; Rodriguez
David Meltzer Brain Plant tetralogy www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/meltzer_david
Michel Méry Pyrexia: (a sapiens-fiction novel) tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
China Miéville 'Jack' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
King Rat www.librarything.com/work/120/book/26910890; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Donald Moffitt Crescent in the Sky mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
A Gathering of Stars
Sarah Monette & Elizabeth Bear A Companion to Wolves www.librarything.com/work/2641785/book/41293953; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Michael Moorcock The Best of Michael Moorcock www.librarything.com/work/8173449/book/55557523; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Elric; The Stealer of Souls mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Eternal Champion series
Hawkmoon series
King of the City media.wix.com/ugd/f0c74f_8f0a50090b0f43ee9790a0dbee548d12.pdf
The Land Leviathan swindonanarchistgroup.wordpress.com/2009/01/08/anarchistresistance-novels/
A Nomad of the Time Streams steampunk anti-hero; swindonanarchistgroup.wordpress.com/2009/01/08/anarchistresistance-novels/; McKay
Revenge of the Rose mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Alan Moore A League of Extraordinary Gentleman steampunk anti-hero; Moorcock (2012)
M. Louise Moore Al Modad Hollow Earth story in which "an odd mixture of occultism, anarchism and Fourierist socialism supports the story thread". . . . (SFE)
Lyda Morehouse Archangel Protocol www.librarything.com/work/261793/book/26912036; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Christopher Morgan Anarchist in the Rose Garden www.infoshop.org/inews/article.php?story=20070323160132363
Richard K. Morgan Altered Carbon seesharppress.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/anarchist-science-fiction-favorite-novels/ 
Thirteen (aka Black Man) seesharppress.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/anarchist-science-fiction-favorite-novels/; recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Towing Jehovah www.librarything.com/work/23130/book/26912128; www.pointofinquiry.org/tom_flynn_-_science_fiction_and_atheism/; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Edward R. Morris Fathers and Sons: Blackguard, Book One included in David Agranoff's list of "anarchist-themed-sci-fi"
James Morrow City of Truth Teflon; riproaringreviews.wordpress.com/
This is the Way the World Ends www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/morrow_james
Towing Jehovah www.librarything.com/work/23130/book/26912128; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Walter Mosley 'Archibald Lawless, Anarchist at Large: Walking the Line' www.locusmag.com/index/yr2005/d50.htm
Blue Light www.librarything.com/work/43256/book/26911640; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Jim Munroe Everyone in Silico www.librarything.com/work/230134/book/26911600; mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Flyboy Action Figure Comes With Gasmask mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
An Opening Act of Unspeakable Evil
Sword of My Mouth
Therefore Repent!
Bob Nadoulek Enciber: rapporto sui criteri utilizzati per la compilazione dell'enciclopedia cibernetica e l'analisi del fenomeno di rivolta sociale denominato Bushido Moderno tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Tom Moylan Demand the Impossible Easterbrook; www.fifthestate.org/archive/367-winter-2004-2005/last-exit-to-utopia/
David Erik Nelson 'There Was No Sound of Thunder' www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2014/04/lois-tilton-reviews-short-fiction-early-april-4/
Ray Faraday Nelson Then Beggars Could Ride www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/nelson_ray_faraday
Patrick Ness The Knife of Never Letting Go thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Stan Nicholls 'Fantastic Anarchy' www.locusmag.com/index/s497.htm; Moorcock interview
Larry Niven Tales of Known Space mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Larry Niven & Jerry Pournelle Escape from Hell board.freedomainradio.com/topic/24056-anarchist-or-near-anarchist-sci-fi
Inferno
Larry Niven & Steve Barnes The Descent of Anansi board.freedomainradio.com/topic/24056-anarchist-or-near-anarchist-sci-fi
William F. Nolan Logan's Run mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Nicholas P. Oakley Alabaster nicholaspoakley.com

 

Aureate
Azure
Crimson
Onyx
'Onyx, Crimson, Jade'
'Visions of the Intangible'
Nnedi Okorafor The Shadow Speaker www.librarything.com/work/3719126/book/41294183; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
'Spider the Artist' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Malka Older Infomocracy seesharppress.wordpress.com/2016/07/02/review-infomocracy-by-malka-older/; chireviewofbooks.com/2016/08/03/in-malka-olders-infomocracy-data-is-your-god/
Jana G. Oliver Madman's Dance AbeBooks
Suzanne Palmer 'Hotel' www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2012/11/lois-tilton-reviews-short-fiction-mid-november-3/
Alexei Panshin The Thurb Revolution "doesn't explore anarchy, but lives it," according to www.reddit.com/r/Anarchism/comments/1d7esn/
Denis Parazols Rêve à Vénus extraterrestrial utopia (Cohn: 221)
François Partant Le Pédalo ivre tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Milorad Pavić The Dictionary of the Khazars passing reference in Cohn: 229
Victor Pelevin Omon Ra libcom.org/library/working-class-literature-reading-guide
Laurie Penny 'Rape Culture - the House of Surrender' both Facebook pages; "A short story set in a voluntary jail in an anarchist society"
Henry Pereira Mendes Looking Ahead "Retrospective future history of series of international wars, revolts by dastardly socialists and anarchists" &c. (Suvin: 78)
Kit Perry The Empathy Spectrum www.ypdbooks.com/thriller-mystery-adventure/976-the-empathy-spectrum-YPD00907.html
John Picha The Mining Mess www.goodreads.com/book/show/17727214-skyracos
Pandora Driver: The Origin www.goodreads.com/book/show/12058671-pandora-driver
Marge Piercy Dance the Eagle to Sleep anarchy101.org/4872/what-is-your-favorite-anarchist-novel
Daniel Pinkwater Alan Mendelsohn: The Boy from Mars not known to be @, but rec. in Doctorow's Little Brother
Frederik Pohl & C.M. Kornbluth Wolfbane "In a regimented society of the far Future, a group of rebels defy all rules and conventions in their struggle for liberty." (Clarke 1978)
Rachel Pollack Unquenchable Fire www.fifthestate.org/archive/380-spring-2009/rachel-pollack-willing-change-everything/
Francis W. Porretto Freedom's Fury Amazon
Freedom's Scion Amazon
Aaron B. Powell Doomsday Diaries, #1 www.goodreads.com/book/show/15767282-doomsday-diaries-1
Doomsday Diaries: The Complete Series www.goodreads.com/book/show/17279748-doomsday-diaries
Terry Pratchett Feet of Clay www.andersmonsen.com/50-works-of-fiction-libertarians-should-read
Men at Arms www.librarything.com/work/1044311/book/26911741; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
The Truth www.librarything.com/work/1044870/book/26911007; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Gary Raab The White Knight in the City of Pirates "Portrays a twenty-seventh century anarchistic pirate colony." (Dan Clore) The first chapter is available online.
Hannu Rajaniemi The Fractal Prince ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
The Quantum Thief
Cat Rambo 'The Bumblety's Marble' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Philip Reeve Mortal Engines www.librarything.com/work/22781/book/26911995; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Rick Remender Black Science www.bookfinder.com/search/?ac=sl&st=sl&ref=bf_s2_f30_t1_62&qi=b8zPe4NaOg7lm5fRWq1pxQBuFcM_1448797404_1:306:669; https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://deinantiheld.de/tag/science-fiction/&prev=search; http://herocomplex.latimes.com/comics/rick-remender-low-greg-tocchini-image-comics/#/0
Mike Resnick A Hunger in the Soul seesharppress.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/anarchist-science-fiction-favorite-novels
Reverend Billy The End of the World Freedom Aug 2013
John Hugh Reynaert The Eldorado of Socialism, Communism and Anarchism; or A Trip to the Planet Jupiter 'Christian socialism.' (Sargent: 82)
Adam Rex The True Meaning of Smekday thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Alastair Reynolds Blue Remembered Earth ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
'Great Wall of Mars' mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Mack Reynolds Lagrange Five www.goodreads.com/book/show/4543416-lagrange-five; mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
The Rival Rigellians mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Tomorrow Might be Different
Leonard Richardson Constellation Games www.candlemarkandgleam.com/shop/constellation-games/
Eugen Richter Pictures of the Socialistic Future Woodcock 1956; Ward 1983 (?); mises.org/document/4994/Pictures-of-the-Socialistic-Future
Kalin Ringkvist   anarchist sf author: kalinbooks.com/anarchism/
J. Paul Rinnan Republic Lost AbeBooks
Alfonso Martínez Rizo 1945: El Advenimiento del Comunismo Libertario Cohn: 222-3, 226-8; Rodriguez
El amor dentro de 200 años (Love in 200 Years) Rodriguez
Adam Roberts Polystom www.urban75.net/forums/threads/how-is-anarchism-portrayed-in-literature.93704/#post-3177089
Snow
Stone
Kim Stanley Robinson Galileo's Dream riproaringreviews.wordpress.com/
Icehenge mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Three Californias www.newrepublic.com/article/123217/new-utopians; bamahrab.wordpress.com/2016/05/19/the-politics-of-science-fiction-kim-stanley-robinson-and-the-rise-of-solarpunk/
Kim Stanley Robinson, ed. Future Primitive: The New Ecotopias Dan Clore, at www.facebook.com/groups/anarchismandsciencefiction/?fref=ts, 2015-11-12
Spain Rodriguez Trashman comics (1968–85; collected in 1989 as Trashman Lives! The Collected Stories from 1968 to 1985) Included in Killjoy's list of stories that feature sympathetic anarchist characters
Sam Rosa The Coming Terror Davis & Kinna; Seed
Giovanni Rossi Une commune socialiste www.academia.edu/4377644/Anarchism_and_Utopia
Le Parana au 20° siecle www.academia.edu/4377644/Anarchism_and_Utopia
Daniel de Roulet La routine infernale (Die Höllen-Routine: eine Art Politkrimi) tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Marcel Rouff Journey to the Inverted World www.locusmag.com/Perspectives/2011/11/spotlight-on-brian-stableford-translator-and-author; "a wonderful item of anarchist sf" (Stableford)
Alex Rozov Meganezia paulmillr.com/posts/libertarian-reading-list
Rudy Rucker Realware www.rudyrucker.com/blog/mp3/rucker_bisson_shirley_anarchist_book_fair_san_francisco_march_31_2012.mp3
Surfing the Gnarl www.pmpress.org/content/index.php?topic=news_other; www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/35-fiction
Rudy Rucker & John Shirley cyberpunk anthology 2012 [so far unidentified by me] www.rudyrucker.com/blog/mp3/rucker_bisson_shirley_anarchist_book_fair_san_francisco_march_31_2012.mp3
Matt Ruff Set This House in Order www.librarything.com/work/23100/book/26911567; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Han Ryner L'Amour plural : roman d'aujourd'hui et de demain tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue; author expressed anarchist political views—other sf works listed in SFE
L'Homme-fourmi (The Ant Man) tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue; author expressed anarchist political views—other sf works listed in SFE; Cohn
L'Homme-Singe (The Ape Man) Cohn
'La Revolte des Machines' ('Revolt of the Machines')
Le Sphynx rouge tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue; author expressed anarchist political views—other sf works listed in SFE
Les Surhommes, Roman Prophétique Cohn
Sofia Samatar A Stranger in Olondria thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Ian Sanderson The Archers Anarchists tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
C.J. Sansom Dominion Teflon
Lamentation
José Saramago Blindness mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Richard Henry Savage The Anarchist: A Story of Today
a tale of political intrigue and violence set in a Near Future America ransacked by anarchists - See more at: http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/savage_richard_henry#sthash.3eHSHpSE.dpuf

SFE: "a tale of political intrigue and violence set in a Near Future America ransacked by anarchists"

John Scalzi Fuzzy Nation recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Old Man's War series ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
Redshirts recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Lorraine Schein 'Angel of Anarchy' and other writings recommended by Lorraine Schein in emails to me
The Raw Brunettes
'The Anarchist Speaks' www.locusmag.com/index/yr2003/t72.htm
Afonso Schmidt Zanzalá Rodriguez
Ken Scholes 'A Good Hair Day in Anarchy' www.locusmag.com/index/yr2006/s60.htm
Jody Scott I, Vampire mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Passing for Human
Ekaterina Sedia, ed. Paper Cities thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Louis Segeral Les Nouvelles de la Combe tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Juan Serrano y Oteiza Pensativo posits a possible Proudhonian mutualist society, according to the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary
Thomas Sewell Sharper Security www.amazon.co.uk/Sharper-Security-Sovereign-Company-Novel/dp/0615730078/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1369868637&sr=1-1&keywords=sewell+sharper+security
J.C. Shannon 'The Dream of Jacques the Anarchist', in Who Shall Condemn? and Other Stories "Dream of future war similar to Griffith's in which resentful slum anarchist moves amid aircraft and new explosives." (Suvin: 59)
Nisi Shawl 'Deep End' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Filter House
Robert Sheckley The Status Civilization www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/libertarian-science-fiction
Charles Sheffield Between the Strokes of Night among books cited by Nick Mamatas in The BASTARD Chronicles 2015 as hard sf overwhelmed by religious allegory
Percy Bysshe Shelley Queen Mab www.depauw.edu/sfs/backissues/4/suvin4art.htm
Lucius Shepard Life During Wartime mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Delia Sherman The Freedom Maze Joint winner of the 2012 Prometheus Award. A fine novel, but it's fantasy, not sf.
R.C. Sherriff The Hopkins Manuscript has an anarchist character, according to Moorcock (2012)
Lewis Shiner Frontera books.google.co.uk/books?id=jIOa_XhDNLMC&pg=PT168&lpg=PT168&dq=%22Lewis+Shiner+and+the+%27Good%27+Anarchist%22&source=bl&ots=SuW2VPiDhP&sig=5ZFAdy0B4exQxb9dbLGAD9kzuBU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=FtuZVIXIFam07gaFy4HYDg&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=%22Lewis%20Shiner%20and%20the%20%27Good%27%20Anarchist%22&f=false; Red Planets
John Shirley City Come a-Walkin' www.goodreads.com/book/show/1123715.City_Come_a_Walkin
Eclipse trilogy www.rudyrucker.com/blog/mp3/rucker_bisson_shirley_anarchist_book_fair_san_francisco_march_31_2012.mp3
Everything is Broken www.locusmag.com/Perspectives/2013/01/david-brin-our-favorite-cliche-a-world-filled-with-idiots-orwhy-films-and-novels-routinely-depict-society-and-its-citizens-as-fools/
New Taboos Plus www.pmpress.org/content/index.php?topic=news_other; www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/35-fiction
Gary G. Shriver Cynia: An Original Utopia (1965 unpublished MA thesis, University of Wyoming) individualist anarchist eutopia (Sargent: 141)
Neal Shusterman Unwind thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Robert Silverberg Invaders from Earth libcom.org/files/Rad%20America%20V3%20I4.pdf: "an effective indictment of imperialism and its paid apologists"
Helen Simpson The Woman on the Beast: Viewed from Three Angles SFE: "a woman anarchist with apocalyptic intentions becomes ruler of the world"
Johanna Sinisalo Troll www.librarything.com/work/53393/book/26911701; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Joan Slonczewski Brian Plague thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Jane Smiley A Thousand Acres mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
E.E. 'Doc' Smith The Space Pirates one character is described as "an extraordinary anarchist robot" [www.sfgateway.com/books/s/space-pirates,-the/]
Michael Marshall Smith Only Forward mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
L. Neil Smith The American Zone www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/libertarian-science-fiction; AbeBooks
The Gallatin Divergence groups.yahoo.com/group/libfic-l/message/1449
Henry Martyn board.freedomainradio.com/topic/24056-anarchist-or-near-anarchist-sci-fi
Roswell, Texas www.armedpolitesociety.com/index.php?topic=8167.0;wap2
Tom Paine Maru groups.yahoo.com/group/libfic-l/message/1449
The Venus Belt www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/libertarian-science-fiction
Melinda M. Snodgrass Circuit trilogy SFE article on Libertarian SF; mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Alison Spedding-Pallet De cuando en cuando Saturnina = Saturnina from time to time, una historia oral del futuro tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Norman Spinrad The Men in the Jungle included in David Agranoff's list of "anarchist-themed-sci-fi"
Pictures at 11 mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Raising Hell Teflon
Nancy Springer Larque on the Wing www.librarything.com/work/94118/book/26911935; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Starhawk City of Refuge crowd-sourced publication (sequel to The Fifth Sacred Thing), promoted on the Facebook Anarchism and Science Fiction forum
Apollo Starmule Undo the Winter www.locusmag.com/2006/Monitor/Books11a.html
Neal Stephenson Anathem Teflon
'The Great Simoleon Caper' board.freedomainradio.com/topic/24056-anarchist-or-near-anarchist-sci-fi
Seveneves Teflon: not recommended
Bruce Sterling The Artificial Kid mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
The Caryatids suggested on the Facebook Anarchism and Science Fiction forum
Globalhead mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Holy Fire AbeBooks
'The Moral Bullet' mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
'The Shores of Bohemia'
Jacques Sternberg Mai 86 Belgian sf author and anarchist, included in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary, where Mai 86 is described as a "powerful anti-political dystopia"
S.M. Stirling Emberverse series www.whitecatpublications.com/interview-with-margaret-kiljoy/
W.W. Strickland   atheist and anarchist, whose first sf novel, Sacrifice; or, the Daughter of the Sun, was published by Guy Aldred (SFE)
Charles Stross The Annihilation Score riproaringreviews.wordpress.com
The Apocalypse Codex
'Bear Trap' mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Equoid Teflon
The Fuller Memorandum riproaringreviews.wordpress.com
The Jennifer Morgue
The Rhesus Chart seesharppress.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/book-review-the-rhesus-chart-by-charles-stross/
Arkady & Boris Strugatski Noon Universe books prompted a short discussion on the Facebook forum
Daniel Suarez Daemon Crofton: 45; m.reddit.com/r/Anarcho_Capitalism/comments/4razn4/anyone_into_libertariananarchist_sci_fi/
Influx 2015 Prometheus Award winner
Eugène Sue The Wandering Jew mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Tricia Sullivan Maul www.librarything.com/work/48807/book/26911930; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Nike Sulway Rupetta thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Kurtis Sunday Anarchy in a Cold War suggested by the author; blurb:

Anarchy in a Cold War is a novel by Kurtis Sunday set in the West Berlin alternative-squatter-Punk scene during the latter part of the Cold War. The city, a focal point in the conflict between East and West, was a capitalist enclave smack in the middle of Communist East Germany. It was entirely surrounded by the Berlin Wall, complete with razor wire and machine gun posts. There is much that is familiar and much that is not. The Cold War is raging and the missiles are armed and waiting in their silos. If nuclear war breaks out there will be a four minute warning. There is no internet and perhaps NO FUTURE. Reality? Sur-reality? Or hyper-reality?

Vin Suprynowicz The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Resistance Conger
Michael Swanwick 'The Dead' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Jack Faust nothing obvious, but SFE
Libertarian Russia www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2010/09/lois-tilton-reviews-short-fiction-late-september/
Bálint Táborszki Theocracy luciddrealm.blogspot.co.uk/
William Tenn 'Eastward Ho!' libcom.org/files/Rad%20America%20V3%20I4.pdf
'The Masculinist Revolt'
Sheri S. Tepper The Family Tree www.goodreads.com/book/show/64701.The_Family_Tree
Six Moon Dance mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Tiffany Thayer Doctor Arnoldi anarchist and founder of the Fortean Society; this sf novel described as "notorious" in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary; Thayer "was a self-styled anarchist, contrarian and atheist...", according to blackguard23.livejournal.com/119697.html, which describes this as "one of the most grotesque and repulsive works of science fiction ever written"
Sheree R. Thomas Dark Matter mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Brian Thompson The Anarchists Amazon; AbeBooks
James Tiptree, Jr Brightness Falls from the Air www.librarything.com/work/48195/book/26910737; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Alexei Tolstoy Aelita mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
James Treadwell Anarchy SFE
Harry Turtledove The Two Georges thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Dubravka Ugrešić Baba Yaga Laid an Egg thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Daniel Unedo Dogs of Orninica www.goodreads.com/book/show/20772719-dogs-of-orninica
Andres Vaccari A Song for Sumerica (unpublished) Included in Killjoy's list of stories that explore anarchist societies.
Jean-Christophe Valtat Aurorarama www.whitecatpublications.com/interview-with-margaret-kiljoy; www.leftbankbooks.com/sp.php#sf%C2%A0
Luminous Chaos: A Novel
Jean-Cristophe Valta
Amazon; AbeBooks
Carissa van den Berk Clark May it Come Quickly, like a Shaft Sundering in the Dark www.goodreads.com/book/show/6379111-may-it-come-quickly-like-a-shaft-sundering-in-the-dark; AbeBooks
Yours for the Revolution www.goodreads.com/book/show/6367756-yours-for-the-revolution
Jack Vance Durdane trilogy mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Salvio Valentí Del éxodo al paraíso (From Exodus to Paradise) Rodriguez
Ann VanderMeer and Jeff VanderMeer, eds Sisters of the Revolution anarchiststudies.org/2016/09/06/brooding-over-revolution-and-bending-realities-sci-fi-as-social-movement-a-review-of-octavias-brood-science-fiction-stories-from-social-justice-movements-2015-ak-pressias-and-sisters-of-the-r/; thebaffler.com/blog/fear-feminist-future-laurie-penny
Jeff VanderMeer City of Saints and Madmen mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Raoul Vaneigem Voyage à Oarystis forum.aroots.org/culture/Litterature/oarystis-sujet_5035_1.htm
Vanina Emma la noire tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Theo Varlet The Martian Epic AbeBooks
John Varley 'The Barbie Murders' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Steel Beach mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Susan Vaught Stormwitch www.librarything.com/work/610541/book/26911951; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Pierre Versins Cinquième Congrès national de la science-fiction française, Premier Congrès francophone de science fiction tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Les Transhumains
Pierre Versins, ed. Outrepart, anthologie d'utopies de voyages extraordinaires et de science fiction, autrement dit, de conjectures romanesques rationelles . . . tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Boris Vian   anarchist author mentioned in sf context in the 2014 Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary
Vernor Vinge 'The Blabber' www.sfwa.org/2014/05/vernor-vinge-receive-special-prometheus-award/
Children of the Sky www.meetup.com/Triangle-Anarchists/messages/boards/thread/19276982; www.sfwa.org/2014/05/vernor-vinge-receive-special-prometheus-award/
Rainbows End www.sfwa.org/2014/05/vernor-vinge-receive-special-prometheus-award/
Ivon Volkart Sajberfeministicka fantazija o uzitku kiborga tagged as sf in the CIRA catalogue
Élisabeth Vonarburg In the Mothers' Land (also published as Maerlande Chronicles) anarchy101.org/4872/what-is-your-favorite-anarchist-novel
Susan Waggoner Neptune's Tears AbeBooks
Howard Waldrop 'Heirs of the Perisphere' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
A.H. Walker The Electric Veil Amazon
Jo Walton Among Others thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Farthing mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Ian Watson Slow Birds and Other Stories mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Don Webb 'Shrimp Anarchy' www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/title.cgi?118451
Ted Weber Sleep State Interrupt author recommendation, describing it as "a just-released cyberthriller featuring anarchist characters and themes"; sample chapters; interview with author; blurb:

In Sleep State Interrupt, a giant media corporation has taken over the Internet, created an addictive virtual reality called BetterWorld, and controls nearly all information. Politicians do their bidding and a brainwashed humanity serves a privileged few. Waylee Freid, an unemployed Baltimore journalist with ever-worsening bipolar disorder, is the only hope for a brighter future. She and her activist friends bust a notorious teenage hacker out of jail and sneak into a closed presidential fundraiser at the Smithsonian castle, where they hope to record incriminating admissions that will wake up the world. Hunted by Homeland Security, Waylee and her friends must reach a sufficient audience by broadcasting their video during the Super Bowl. But to do so, they'll have to break into one of the most secure facilities ever built.

H.G. Wells Ann Veronica mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Martha Wells The Cloud Roads thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Edward Lucas White Lukundoo mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
James White Sector General series ask.metafilter.com/256904/No-More-Culture-Books-left-what-other-SF-is-like-Iain-Banks
T.H. White The Book of Merlyn www.andersmonsen.com/50-works-of-fiction-libertarians-should-read; www.librarything.com/tag/anarchism,+science+fiction
Colson Whitehead The Intuitionist Red Planets; www.fantasticstoriesoftheimagination.com/a-crash-course-in-the-history-of-black-science-fiction/
Zone One thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Ysabeau S. Wilce Flora Segunda thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Neil Wynn Williams The Electric Theft AbeBooks
Robert Moore Williams 'Flight of the Dawn Star' mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Tad Williams Otherland tetralogy recommended on Facebook 'Anarchists and Science Fiction' page
Connie Willis 'Even the Queen' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Daniel H. Wilson & John J. Adams, eds Robot Uprisings Teflon
F. Paul Wilson Implant home.earthlink.net/~rdmadden/webdocs/Review_and_commentary_on_I.html
Peter Lamborn Wilson (aka Hakim Bey) other works recommended by Lorraine Schein in email to me
Robert Anton Wilson Cosmic Trigger mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
The Earth will Shake
Prometheus Rising
Robert Charles Wilson The Chronoliths suggested at www.facebook.com/groups/anarchismandsciencefiction/?fref=ts
(John) Grosvenor Wilson The Monarch of Millions; or, the Rise and Fall of the American Empire includes "a ridiculous anarchist" (Suvin: 92)
E. Winch The Mountain of Gold Portrays a tribe of Brazilian anarcho-communists.
William Windsor Loma, A Citizen of Venus Cohn: 167; Davis & Kinna (2009): 171, 176
David Wingrove Chung Kuo novels mentioned in a mailing to anarchysf
Jeanette Winterson The Stone Gods www.goodreads.com/book/show/2232580.The_Stone_Gods
Claire Wolfe & Aaron Zelman RebelFire: Out of the Gray Zone www.dailypaul.com/311178/can-you-guys-suggest-a-good-libertarian-anti-state-novel
Brian Wood The Massive www.anarchogeekreview.com/comics/the-massive-volume-1-black-pacific
M.K. Wren A Gift upon the Shore www.librarything.com/work/52002/book/26911707; thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/
Austin Tappan Wright Islandia Le Guin
Wu Zhihui (吳稚暉) Shangxia gujin tan (Tales of All Times and All Places) Wu was a Chinese anarchist, and this novel was written while in exile in London; it has been described as science fiction; citation is Zhang Zhijie, "Wu Zhihui kepu xiaoshuo Shanxia gujin tan qiantan [Wu Zhihui's science fiction Tales of all times and all places]," Kexue wenhua pinglun 5, no. 5 (2008): 66
Yoshitoshi ABe Despera planned sf anime series based on a poem by Jun Tsuji, Japanese individualist anarchist (Wikipedia)
E. Lily Yu 'The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees' online; but is fantasy
George Zebrowski Macrolife: A Mobile Utopia Conger
Roger Zelazny Damnation Alley Conger
Liu Wen Zhuang 'The Metamorphosis Bud' thinkgalactic.org/reading-lists/by-author/

 

 

Authors by surname, films by title: 0 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Possibles

Bibliography

@sf home, Ben Beck's website home

There were new additions to this page on 2017-03-30.

© Benjamin S. Beck 2013–2017

joomla site stats