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(Did you mean the Paul Spencer fanzine?)
In 1981, it was renamed Aurora and ran eight more issues under new editors.
|#2 V1.2||December 1975||42|
|#3 V2.1||March 1976||44|
|#4 V2.2||June 1976||50|
|#5 V2.3||September 1976||50|
|#6 V2.4||December 1976||46|
|#7 V3.1||Spring 1977||44|
|#10 V3.4||Winter 1977||38|
|#11 V4.1||Spring 1978||66||This was also the WisCon 2 program book|
|#12-13 V4.2-4.3||Summer 1978||80||Double issue|
|#14 V4.4||Winter 1978||58|
|#15 V5.1||Spring 1979||54|
|#16 V5.2||Autumn 1979||44|
|#17 V6.1||Summer 1980||40|
|#18 V6.2||Winter 1980||36|
- Janus online at fanac.org
- For more information see the Janus & Aurora page of the SF³ website.
- For a letter from Gomoll discussing the change to Aurora, see File 770 21, p. 3.
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