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1. Magazine. See Yugoslavia.

2. Australian critical Semiprozine, subtitled "The Australian Magazine for readers of science fiction, fantasy and the macabre". Announced as quarterly but slightly irregular, test issue #0 September 1992, #1 March 1993, seven full issues to March 1995, A4 format, saddle-stapled, edited by Garry Wyatt from Canberra, pub Gaslight Books Publications. Sirius contains critical articles, reviews, movie articles, checklists, annual round-ups, etc., some by academics or professional authors, all quite professionally presented, and confounded sceptics who doubted the market for a $7.50 magazine (around 60 pages) in this area, by lasting out its first two years. The intellectual quality, while uneven, is sometimes good. [GF]

Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
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