Aurora

(1) A Fanzine

Fanzine published by Diane Martin which was a continuation Janus published by Janice Bogstad and Jeanne Gomoll. Its issues continued Janus's whole numbering sequence, being numbers 19-26, published in 1981 through 1990.

Issue Date Pages Notes
19 Summer 1981 Edited by SF3 publications committee
20 Winter 1981-82 Diane Martin becomes editor
21 Summer 1982
22 Winter 1982-83
23 1983
24 1985
25 1987
26 Summer 1990 Final issue

For more information see the Janus & Aurora page of the SF³ website.


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(2) A Club

AURORA stood for Appreciation and Unity for Robert O'Reilly Alliance.


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(3) An Award

See Aurora Award.

(4) A Clubzine

Aurora was a clubzine published by the New York University Science Fiction Society.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 March 1974 Ed. by Victor Dricks

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