This is the page where you will find books written about the future. There's quite a bit of variation, but categorizing them is relatively easy. I have divided the novels into two main sections: Science Fiction and Political. Within these sections they are further divided into near future and far future. Far future, for the most part, would take place in an epoch that we won't reach in our lifetime, or many lifetimes. Near future would be the time period we are in, or nearly in, even if it was written a hundred, or hundreds of years ago. George Orwell's Nineteen-Eighty Four would be an example. The Day of the Dolphin is an example of very short-term future, written in the late sixties about the War in Vietnam, set only a few years ahead of its actual date. Apocalyptic is the end of life as we know it, either on this planet, or even the end of the cosmos or our solar system, such as H.G. Wells's The Time Machine.
Now, as for the Time Travel category, that can be either into the future, or into the past. I actually have more of the latter, at this point. This may or may not include novels where people visit a civilization that is seemingly in a different time period, depending on the nature of the story, and whether that is an important theme.
For now, I have only novels to populate this index, but will probably change at some point. When one reads as much as I do, I expect to discover just about anything. And as always, these are some great books, and I hope you check them out.