Additional Adventures (without Time Travel)

I often see potential time-travel stories that, alas, have no time travel. I track them, so that I don’t process these same chronotypical stories over and over in a time loop of my very own.
from antiquity to 2016

 These arent the droids youre looking for . . . move along. 


 Folklore and Fairy Tales
“The Heaven of the Thirty Divas” from the Pali Canon, a Buddhist text [differing time rates]

“The Mahabharata” from an ancient Hindi story of King Kakudmi and Brahma [differing time rates]

“Seven Sleepers” from an ancient Arabic story [long sleep]
                aka “Companions of the Cave”

“Sleeping Beauty” by the Brothers Grimm, et al. [long sleep]

“Urashima Taro” from an ancient Japanese legend [differing time rates]
                aka “The Fisher Lad”



 1644
“Aulicus his Dream of the Kings Sudden Comming to London” by Francis Cheynell [just a dream]



 1659
Epigone: histoire du siècle futur by Michel de Pure (as by Jacques Guttin) [despite title, no time travel]
                English title: Epigone: The History of a Future Century



 1819
“Rip Van Winkle” by Washington Irving [long sleep]



 1824
“Peter Rugg, the Missing Man” by William Austin [flying dutchman]

“Plausible Fantasies of a Journey in the 29th Century” by Faddei Bulgarin [long sleep]



 1837
“The Fountain of Yonder” by Nathaniel Hawthorne [fountain of youth]
                aka “Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment”



 1838
“The Year 4338, Letters from Petersburg” by V.F. Odoevski [despite title, no time travel]



 1850
“Three Sundays a Week” by Edgar Allan Poe [calendar tomfoolery]



 1856
“January First, A.D. 3000” by Anonymous [long sleep]



 1865
Sphereland by Dionys Burger [4D spacial topology]
                aka A Fantasy about Curved Spaces and an Expanding Universe



 1872
“Human Repetends” by Marcus Clarke [no definite time travel]



 1875
“The True Story of Bernard Poland’s Prophecy” by George Cary Eggleston [visions of possible futures]

“Who Is Russell?” by George Cary Eggleston [supernatural story]



 1877
“Newtonův mozek” by Jakub Arbes [despite appearances, no time travel]
                English title: “Newton’s Brain”



 1881
“Hands Off” by Edward Everett Hale (Anonymously) [alternate history]

“Pausodyne” by Grant Allen [long sleep]



 1886
A Dream of John Ball by William Morris [just a dream]

“An Inhabitant of Carcosa” by Ambrose Bierce [no definite time travel]
                aka “Can Such Things Be?”



 1887
“Newtonův mozek” by Jakub Arbes [trickery]
                English title: “Newton’s Brain”

“The Horla” by Guy de Maupassant [supernatural story]



 1888
“Mysterious Disappearances” by Ambrose Bierce [people-trapping dimensions]



 1890
A.D. 2000 by Alvarado M. Fuller [long sleep]
                aka Back to Life (A.D. 2000): A Thrilling Novel

“An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” by Ambrose Bierce [just a dream]
                aka “A Dead Man’s Dream”



 1891
Tourmalin’s Time Cheques by F. Anstey [just a dream]



 1892
Golf in the Year 2000 by J. McCullough [long sleep]



 1893
“The Damned Thing” by Ambrose Bierce [supernatural story]

“John Bartine’s Watch” by Ambrose Bierce [ghost story]



 1896
“The Plattner Story” by H.G. Wells [4D spacial topology]



 1898
Dix mille ans dans un bloc de glace by Louis Boussenard [long sleep]
                aka 10,000 Years in a Block of Ice

“The Hour-Glass” by Robert Barr [ghost story]



 1899
“The Conversion of the Professor: A Tale of the Fourth Dimension” by George Griffith [despite title, no time travel]

When the Sleeper Wakes by H.G. Wells [long sleep]
                aka The Sleeper Awakes



 1901
“The New Accelerator” by H.G. Wells [personal time rate differences]



 1904
Around a Distant Star by Jean Delaire (aka Muirson Blake) [viewing the past]

The Old Mountain Hermit by James F. Raymond [long sleep]



 1905
“The Time Reflector” by George Allan England [viewing the past]



 1909
“Entrance and Exit” by Algernon Blackwood [people-trapping dimensions]



 1910
Through the Little Green Door by Mary Dickerson Donahey [no definite time travel]



 1912
The Adventures of Ceresota by Northwestern Consolidated [legendary figures]



 1914
The Eternal Lover by Edgar Rice Burroughs [just a dream]
                aka The Eternal Savange, aka Sweetheart Primeval



 1915
The Star Rover by Jack London [viewing the past]
                aka The Jacket



 1919
“The Man Who Met Himself” by Donovan Bayley [despite title, no time travel]

The Heads of Cerberus by Gertrude Barrows Bennett (as by Francis Stevens) [alternate timelines]



 1920
“The Ape-Woman” by John Charles Beecham [despite title, no time travel]

The Star Rover adapted by Albert Shelby Le Vino (Edward Sloman, director) [no definite time travel]



 1922
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” by F. Scott Fitzgerald [backward aging]

The Man from Beyond by Harry Houdini and Coolidge Streeter [long sleep]

“In the Tube” by E.F. Benson [precognition]



 1924
“The Pikestaffe Case” by Algernon Blackwood [people-trapping dimensions]



 1925
The Dream by H.G. Wells [just a dream]

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald [just a wish]

“The Seventh Generation” by Harl Vincent [just a dream]



 1926
Into the Fourth Dimension by Ray Cummings [parallel universes]

“The Vanishing Man” by Richard Hughes [people-trapping dimensions]

The Vicarion by Gardner Hunting [viewing the past]



 1927
An Experiment with Time by J. W. Dunne [precognition]



 1928
“The Appendix and the Spectacles” by Miles J. Breuer [4D spacial topology]

Armageddon 2419 A.D. by Philip Francis Nowlan [long sleep]

“The Fifth Dimension” by Clare Winger Harris [precognition]

“A Visitor from the Twentieth Century” by Harold Donitz [just a dream]



 1929
“The Captured Cross-Section” by Miles J. Breuer [monster-filled universes]

“The Dimension Segregator” by J. Harold Click [4D spacial topology]



 1930
“Faster than Light” by J. Harvey Haggard [just a dream]

“The Fitzgerald Contraction” by Miles J. Breuer [time dilation]

“Fourth Dimensional Space Penetrator” by Julian Kendig, Jr. [4d spacial topology]

“The Gostak and the Doshes” by Miles J. Breuer [parallel universes]

Just Imagine by Buddy G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, et. al. (David Butler, director) [long sleep]

“Phantoms of Reality” by Ray Chandler [parallel universes]

The Royal Four-Flusher by Arthur Hurley (Murray Roth, director) [secondary world]



 1931
“The Man Who Evolved” by Edmond Hamilton [sped up evolution]

“The Fifth-Dimensional Tube” by Murray Leinster [parallel universes]

“Hell’s Dimension” by Tom Curry [differing time rates]

“No Traveller Returns” by John Collier [parallel universes]

“Out Around Rigel” by Robert H. Wilson [time dilation]



 1932
“The Einstein See-Saw” by Miles J. Breuer [monster-filled universes]

“The Finger of the Past” by Miles J. Breuer [viewing the past]

The Gap in the Curtain by John Buchan [visions of possible futures]



 1933
“Across the Ages” by Allen Glasser [just a dream]

“The Fifth-Dimensional Catapult” by Murray Leinster [parallel universes]

“The Fifth-Dimensional Worm” by Murray Leinster [parallel universes]



 1934
“Before the Dawn” by Eric Temple Bell [viewing the past]

“Sidewise in Time” by Murray Leinster [parallel worlds]



 1935
“The 32nd of May” by Paul Ernst [parallel universes]

“The Fourth-Dimensional Demonstrator” by Murray Leinster [despite title, no time travel]

“Relativity to the Rescue” by J. Harvey Haggard [ftl]

“The Worlds of If” by Stanley Weinbaum [viewing alternate pasts]



 1936
“Pre-Vision” by John Pierce [visions of possible futures]



 1937
“A Month a Minute” by Ralph Milne Farley [time dilation]

“City of the Rocket Horde” by Nat Schachner [long sleep]
                aka part of The Three Musketeers of Tomorrow

I Have Been Here Before by J.B. Priestley [precognition]

“The Isolinguals” by L. Sprague de Camp [ancestral memory]

“Past, Present and Future” by Nat Schachner [long sleep]
                aka part of The Three Musketeers of Tomorrow

Time and the Conways by J.B. Priestley [visions of possible futures]



 1938
“The Dangerous Dimension” by L. Ron Hubbard [just teleportation]

“Island of the Individualists” by Nat Schachner [long sleep]

“Through the Time-Radio” by Stanton A. Coblentz [viewing the past]

“Time for Sale” by Ralph Milne Farley [differing time rates]



 1939
“City of the Corporate Mind” by Nat Schachner [long sleep]

“City of the Cosmic Rays” by Nat Schachner [long sleep]

“The Gnarly Man” by L. Sprague de Camp [immortality]

“Greater Than Gods” by C.L. Moore [visions of possible futures]

The Hidden Universe by Ralph Milne Farley [differing time rates]

“Into Another Dimension” by Maurice Duclos [parallel universes]

“Lightship, Ho!” by Nelson S. Bond [FTL]

“Stolen Centuries” by Otis Adelbert Kline [long sleep]

“Life-Line” by Robert A. Heinlein [predictions]



 1940
“The Wheels of If” by L. Sprague de Camp [alternate timelines]



 1941
“—And He Built a Crooked House” by Robert A. Heinlein [4D spacial topology]

“Borrowed Glory” by L. Ron Hubbard [fountain of youth]

“Dead End” by Malcolm Jameson [viewing the past]

“The Fountain” by Nelson S. Bond [fountain of youth]

“El jardin de senderos que se bifurcan” by Jorge Luís Borges [alternate timelines]
                aka “The Garden of Forking Paths”

Tumbledown Ranch in Arizona by Milton Raison [just a dream]

Methuselah's Children by Robert A. Heinlein [prequel]



 1942
“The Eternal Wall” by Raymond Z. Gallun [long sleep]

“The Push of a Finger” by Alfred Bester [predictions]



 1943
“El milagro secreto” by Jorge Luís Borges [stopping time]
                aka “The Secret Miracle”



 1944
“The Yehudi Principle” by Fredric Brown [predictions]



 1946
It’s a Wonderful Life by Goodrich, et. al. [viewing alternate pasts]



 1947
“No-Sided Professor” by Martin Gardner [4D spacial topology]



 1948
“He Walked Around the Horses” by H. Beam Piper (paratime) [alternate timelines]

“Police Operation” by H. Beam Piper (paratime) [alternate timelines]

“The Shape of Things” by Ray Bradbury [4D spacial topology]
                aka “Tomorrow’s Child”



 1949
“Night Call, Collect” by Ray Bradbury [despite appearances, no time travel]

“Time Heals” by Poul Anderson [long sleep]

“The Wall of Darkness” by Arthur C. Clarke [despite appearances, no time travel]

What Mad Universe by Fredric Brown [parallel universes]



 1950
“Last Enemy” by H. Beam Piper (paratime) [alternate timelines]

“Outside of Time” by Carroll John Daly [stopping time]

“S.O.S. . . . in Time” by D.K. Garton (as by Durham Keys) [plagiarised from Simak’s The Loot of Time]

“A Subway Named Mobius” by A.J. Deutsch [4D spacial topology]
                aka Non-Stop

To the Stars by L. Ron Hubbard [time dilation]
                aka Return to Tomorrow



 1951
“Excalibur and the Atom” by Theodore Sturgeon [despite title, no time travel]

“Genesis” by H. Beam Piper (paratime) [alternate timelines]

“Reaping Time” by A. Bertram Chandler [despite title, no time travel]

“Temple Trouble” by H. Beam Piper (paratime) [alternate timelines]



 1952
“All the Time in the World” by Arthur C. Clarke [personal time rate differences]

“Catch That Martian” by Damon Knight [nearby tenuous universes]

“The Island of Five Colors” by Martin Gardner [4D spacial topology]

“Sail On! Sail On!” by Philip José Farmer [alternate history]

“What If—” by Isaac Asimov [viewing alternate pasts]



 1953
“Paycheck” by Philip K. Dick [visions of possible futures]

The Time Masters by Wilson Tucker [long life]

The Twonky by Henry Kuttner and C.L. Moore [no definite time travel]

“Death Ship” by Richard Matheson [Flying Dutchman]



 1954
“The Golden Man” by Philip K. Dick [visions of possible futures]

“Lost in the Future” by John Victor Peterson [continually viewing the past]

“Time Fuze” by Randall Garrett [FTL]



 1955
“Of Missing Persons” by Jack Finney [no definite time travel]

“Time Crime” by H. Beam Piper (paratime) [alternate timelines]

“The Trolley (from Dandelion Wine)” by Ray Bradbury [despite appearances, no time travel]



 1956
The Crossroads of Time by Andre Norton [parallel universes]

“The Minority Report” by Philip K. Dick [precognition]

“A Question of Time” by Edmund Cooper [despite title, no time travel]

Time for the Stars by Robert A. Heinlein [time dilation]

“Time in Advance” by William Tenn [despite title, no time travel]

“The Waitabits” by Eric Frank Russell [personal time rate differences]

The World Jones Made by Philip K. Dick [precognition]

“Backward, O Time” by Damon Knight [odd entropy]
                aka This Way to the Regress

The Winds of Time by Chad Oliver [long sleep]



 1957
Below the Salt by Thomas Costain [no definite time travel]

“The Edge of the Knife” by H. Beam Piper [precognition]



 1958
“The Last Paradox” by Edward D. Hoch [bizarre physiological aging]

“That Hell-Bound Train” by Robert Bloch [stopping time]



 1960
“Chronopolis” by J.G. Ballard [despite title, no time travel]

“The Other Wife” by Jack Finney [alternate timelines]
                aka The Coin Collector

“Trouble with Time” by Arthur C. Clarke [despite title, no time travel]



 1961
“Random Quest” by John Wyndham [parallel universes]



 1962
“The Heart on the Other Side” by George Gamow [4D spacial topology]

Worlds of the Imperium by Keith Laumer [alternate timelines]



 1963
Glory Road by Robert A. Heinlein [parallel universes]

“Green Magic” by Jack Vance [differing time rates]

“The Right Time” by John Berryman [precognition]

The Sword in the Stone by Bill Peet [despite title, no time travel]



 1964
“Gunpowder God” by H. Beam Piper (paratime) [alternate timelines]
                aka Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen



 1965
“Down Styphon!” by H. Beam Piper (paratime) [alternate timelines]

“Of Time and the Yan” by Roger Zelazny [despite title, no time travel]

The Other Side of Time by Keith Laumer [alternate timelines]



 1966
“The Evil Eye” by Alfred Gillespie [visions of possible futures]

“The Great Clock” by Langdon Jones [despite title, no time travel]

The Time Bender by Keith Laumer [parallel universes]

“Traveler’s Rest’” by David I. Masson [differing time rates]

“Your Appointment Will Be Yesterday” by Philip K. Dick [odd entropy]



 1967
“The Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy...” by J.G. Ballard [despite title, no time travel]

“Compound Interest” by Christopher Anvil [despite title, no time travel]

Counter-Clock World by Philip K. Dick [odd entropy]

The Jewels of Elsewhen by Ted White [despite title, no time travel]

“To Outlive Eternity” by Poul Anderson [time dilation]

One Million Years B.C. by Brian Clemens (Don Chaffey, director) [secondary worlds]



 1968
“All the Myriad Ways’” by Larry Niven [many-worlds quantum mechanics]

Assignment in Nowhere by Keith Laumer [parallel universes]

“For a Foggy Night’” by Larry Niven [paralell universes]

“The Time of His Life” by Larry Eisenberg [bizarre physiological aging]



 1969
The House on the Strand by Daphne Du Maurier [viewing the past]

H.R. Pufnstuf (the Clock family's time machine) produced by Sid Krofft and Marty Krofft [bizarre aging]

“Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones’” by Samuel R. Delany [despite title, no time travel]

The Svetz Stories by Larry Niven [alternate worlds]



 1970
“The Bird of Time” by Jane Yolen [differing time rates]

Scrooge adapted by Leslie Bricusse (Ronald Neame, director) [a christmas carol]

Sleeper by Woody Allen [long sleep]

Tau Zero by Poul Anderson [time dilation]



 1973
“Sketches Among the Ruins of My Mind” by Philip José Farmer [memory tricks]

“A Witch in Time” by Janet Fox [differing time rates]



 1974
The Forever War by Joe Haldeman [time dilation]

Land of the Lost by Sid Krofft and Marty Krofft [parallel universes]



 1976
“I See You” by Damon Knight [viewing the past]



 1978
“Thirty Love” by Jack C. Haldeman II [precognition]

“A Time-Span to Conjure With” by Ian Watson [despite title, no time travel]



 1979
“Back to Byzantium” by Mark J. McGarry [ancestral memory]

“Illusions” by Tony Sarowitz and Paul David Novitski [just trust me: ]

“The Thaw” by Tanith Lee [long sleep]

“Time Shards” by Gregory Benford [recordings from the past]



 1980
“Travels” by Carter Scholz [no definite time travel]

“Trans Dimensional Imports” by Sharon N. Farber [alternate timelines]

“Travels” by Carter Scholz [no definite time travel]



 1981
“The Gernsback Continuum” by William Gibson [alternate timelines]

“The Jaunt” by Stephen King [differing time rates]

“The Pusher” by John Varley [time dilation]

Quintana Roo by James Tiptree, Jr. [no definite time travel]

“These Stones Will Remember” by Reginald Bretnor [viewing the past]



 1982
“Dr. Time” by Sharon N. Farber, et. al. [despite title, no time travel]

“Lazarus Rising” by Gregory Benford [long sleep]

Port Eternity by C.J. Cherryh [parallel universe]
                aka Involutions

Voyage from Yesteryear by James P. Hogan [despite title, no time travel]



 1983
“After-Images” by Malcolm Edwards [differing time rates]

“Concerto in B Demolished” by Al Sirois [clones]

The Crucible of Time by John Brunner [despite title, no time travel]
                aka “The Fire Is Lit”, aka “Fusing and Refusing” (excerpts)



 1984
Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai by W.D. Richter and Neil Canton [oscillation overthruster ≠ flux capacitor]

“Mrs. Todd’s Shortcut” by Stephen King [4D spacial topology]

“Realtime” by Gladys Prebehalla and Daniel Keys Moran [despite title, no time travel]

Voltron by World Events Productions [no definite time travel]

“Writing Time” by Isaac Asimov [despite title, no time travel]



 1985
“Sailing to Byzantium” by Robert Silverberg [simulacrums]



 1986
“Tangents” by Greg Bear [4D spacial topology]



 1987
“Enter a Soldier, Later: Enter Another” by Robert Silverberg [simulacrum]

“Left or Right?” by Martin Gardner [4D spacial topology]

The Year Before Yesterday by Brian Aldiss [despite title, no time travel]

A Handful of Time by Kit Pearson [viewing the past]

“Trapalanda” by Charles Sheffield [despite appearances, no time travel]



 1988
“The Fort Moxie Branch” by Jack McDevitt [no definite time travel]

Waxwork by Anthony Hickox [secondary worlds]



 1989
“How I Spent My Summer Vacation” by Pat Murphy (Time Gate) [simulacrums]

Mr. Belvedere (“A Happy Guy’s Christmas”) by Walter Snee [a christmas carol]

“The Ressurrection Machine” by Robert Sheckley (Time Gate) [simulacrums]

“The Rose and the Scalpel” by Gregory Benford (Time Gate) [simulacrums]

“Statesmen” by Poul Anderson (Time Gate) [simulacrums]



 1990
House (movie) by Ethan Wiley [ghost story]

Jacob’s Ladder by Bruce Joel Rubin [no definite time travel]

Time and Chance by Alan Brennert [alternate timelines]

Time Travel Through the Bible by Arden Albrecht and Don Hall [despite title, no time travel]



 1991
Time’s Arrow by Martin Amis [surreal]



 1992
“Atlantis” by Orson Scott Card [viewing the past]

“Compound Interest” by Jim Heath [despite title, no time travel]

The Poof Point by Ellen Weiss and Mel Friedman [backward aging]



 1993
Blue Flame by Cassian Elwes (Elwes, director) [no definite time travel]

Demolition Man by Marco Brambilla [long sleep]

“The Four-Thousand-Year-Old Boy” by Lawrence Dyer [immortality]

Muddle Earth by John Brunner [long sleep]

Tomorrow Calling by Tim Leandro [alternate timelines]



 1995
“Once and Future” by Mercedes Lackey [reincarnation]



 1996
Hellraiser IV: Bloodline by Peter Atkins (Kevin Yagher, director) [long life]
                aka Hellraiser: Bloodline

Timelock by Joseph John Barmettler and J. Reifel [long sleep]



 1997
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery by Mike Myers [long sleep]

Foundation’s Fear by Gregory Benford [simulacrums]

Time Under Fire by Jeff Fahey [alternate timelines]



 1998
Berkeley Square (BBC) by Deborah Cook, et. al. [despite title, no time travel]

Pleasantville by Gary Ross [secondary world]



 1999
Now and Then, Here and Now by Hideyuki Kurata [no definite time travel]

Restless Spirits by Fail Collins and Semi Chellas (David Wellington, director) [flying dutchman]
                aka Dead Aviators



 2000
The Light of Other Days by Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter [viewing the past]

Out of Time by Rob Gilmer and Ernest Thompson (Thompson, director) [long sleep]

Seventeen Again by Stewart St. John [fountain of youth]



 2001
“The Gift of a Dream” by Dean Wesley Smith [fountain of youth]

The Monkey King (miniseries) by David Henry Hwang [civilization regresses]
                aka The Lost Empire

“A New Beginning” by Tony Ballantyne [alien memory]

The One by Glen Morgan and James Wong [alternate timelines]

The Poof Point by Stu Krieger (Neal Israel, director) [backward aging]

Sherlock Holmes and the Terror Out of Time by Ralph E. Vaughan [despite title, no time travel]

Vanilla Sky by Cameron Crowe [long sleep]



 2002
Cube 2: Hypercube by Sean Hood (Andrzej Sekula, director) [surreal]

Eternal Gangstas by D.A. Jackson [reincarnation]

Minority Report by Scott Frank and Jon Cohen [precognition]

“Some Other Time” by Ray Vukcevich [despite title, no time travel]

“Time Bleeds On” by Andrew Humphrey [despite title, no time travel]

“The Trinity Paradox” by R.A. Jetter [differing time rates]

“The Whisper of Disks” by John Meaney [despite appearances, no time travel]



 2003
“Emma” by Kyle Kirkland [simulacrum or similar]

Paycheck adapted by Dean Georgaris [visions of possible futures]



 2004
A Wrinkle in Time by Susan Shilliday [despite title, no time travel]



 2005
“Stitching Time” by Stephanie Burgis [despite title, no time travel]

“Terminós” by Dean Francis Alfar [time issues, but no time travel]

“Understanding Space and Time” by Alastair Reynolds [despite title, no time travel]



 2006
The Fountain by Darren Aronofsky (Aronofsky, director) [surreal]

Idiocracy by Mike Judge and Etan Cohen [long sleep]

Night at the Museum by Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant [despite appearances, no time travel]

Variable Star by Robert A. Heinlein and Spider Robinson [time dilation]



 2007
The Adventures of Teddy P. Brains by Gerard Brown and Lea Henry [prequel]

Afghan Knights by Brandon P. Hogan and Christine Stringer (Allan Harmon, director) [ghost story]

CSI: NY (“Time’s Up”) by Trey Callaway [despite appearances, no time travel]

“Domine” by Rjurik Davidson [time dilation]

“In the Beginning, Nothing Lasts” by Mike Strahan [odd entropy]

“Missives from Possible Futures #1” by John Scalzi [alternate history]

Transformers by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and John Rogers (Michael Bay, director) [long sleep]



 2008
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button by Eric Roth [backward aging]

Turok, Son of Stone by Evan Baily and Tony Bedard [secondary worlds]

“The Vortex of Youth” by Patricia Stewart [bizarre physiological aging]

Yesterday Was a Lie by James Kerwin [surreal]



 2009
“Greetings from Kampala” by Angela Ambroz [differing time rates]

The Man Who Met Himself by Ben Crowe and Preti Taneja [despite title, no time travel]

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian by Thomas Lennon [despite appearances, no time travel]

“Note from the Future” by Ray Vukcevich [no definite time travel]

17 Again by Jason Filardi [fountain of youth]



 2010
“And Happiness Everafter” by Gerald Warfield [virtual reality]

“The Hand from the Past” by Christopher Anvil [despite title, no time travel]

“Sunlight and Shadows” by John Sunseri [no definite time travel]

“The Time Traveler” by Vincent L. Scarsella [long sleep]

“The Value of Folding Space” by Tim Patterson [just teleportation]



 2011
“Eleven Minutes” by Gareth L. Powell [despite title, no time travel]

“Hand and Space” by Dean Wesley Smith [fountain of youth]

In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds by Michel C. Nachoff [secondary worlds]

“The Little Bear” by Justina Robson [parallel universes]

“The Most Important Thing in the World” by Steve Bein [no definitive time travel]

“A Stitch in Space-Time” by Nicky Drayden [despite title, no time travel]

“Thief of Futures” by D. Thomas Minton [surreal]

“Thirty Seconds from Now” by John Chu [precognition]

“Time to Go” by Erin M. Hartshorn [despite title, no time travel]



 2012
“Glass Future” by Deborah Walker [precognition]

“Memories of My Mother” by Ken Liu [time dilation]



 2013
“Ahead of His Time” by Ian Anderson [time phenomena without time travel]

Bones (“The Fact in the Fiction”) by Keith Foglesong [despite appearances, no time travel]

“Doing Emily” by Joe Haldeman [virtual reality]

“Gazing Into the Carnauba Wax Eyes of the Future” by Keffy R.M. Kehrli [precognition]

“The Golden Age of Story” by Robert Reed [despite title, no time travel]

“Hiking in My Head” by Gareth D Jones [no definite time travel]

“Images of Undiluted Love” by Joanna Kavenna [viewing the past]

“Karina Who Kissed Spacetime” by Indrapramit Das [alternate timelines]

Martha Speaks (”Bulldozer Versus Dinosaur“) by Ken Scarborough [just a dream]

“No Others Are Genuine” by Greg Frost [no definite time travel]

“Old Dead Futures” by Tina Connolly [visions of possible futures]

Sleepy Hollow created by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Phillip Iscove and Len Wiseman [long sleep]



 2014
“All of Our Past Places” by Kat Howard [despite title, no time travel]

Bacardi Through Time Commercial [no definite time travel]

“Calvera” by Rachel Barber [no definite time travel]

“The Dark Age” by Jason Gurley [time dilation]

Doritos Time Machine Commercial Super Bowl XLVIII, 1 Feb 2014 [despite appearances, no time travel]

Iceman by Fung Lam and Mark Wu (Wing-Cheong Law, director) [long sleep]

In the Name of the King 3: The Last Mission by Joel Ross (Uwe Boll, director) [secondary worlds]

Mind Dimensions by Dima Zales [stopping time]

“Schools of Clay” by Derek Künsken [time dilation]

“Static” by David Austin [just memories]



 2015
“Dixon’s Road” by Rucgard Chwedyk [long sleep]

“For Lost Time” by Therese Arkenberg [no definite time travel]

“In the Time of Love” by Amy Sterling Casil [stopping time]

“It’s All Relative at the Space-Time Café” by Norman Birnbach [despite title, no time travel]

“Life/Time in the New World” by Ann Christy [long sleep]

“Nathaniel” by Mary Ogle [virtual reality]

“Samsara and Ice” by Andy Dudak [long sleep] and [reincarnation]

“Seven Wonders of a Once and Future World” by Caroline M. Yoachim [no definite time travel]

“Time Flies” by Carie Juettner [despite title, no time travel]

“A User’s Guide to Increments of Time” by Kat Howard [differing time rates]

“This Is the Way the Universe Ends: With a Bang” by Brian Dolton [no definite time travel]



 2016
“The Gettysburg Game” by Jeff Calhoun [virtual reality]

Quantum Break by Microsoft [time phenomena without time travel]

Sherlock (“The Abominable Bride”) adapted by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat [just a dream]


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Thanks for visiting my time-travel page, and thanks to the many sources that provided stories and more (see the Links and Credits in the menu at the top). —Michael (
main@colorado.edu)