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    Salarius [#1, January 1987]
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    Samovar [March 25, 2017] (online)
    The issue also contains the original versions of all the translated items. Details taken from magazine website.
    • Wither and Blossom · Suvi Kauppila · ss; translated from the Finnish (“Oka Ja Kukinto”).
    • Faces and Thoughts · Abdul wakil Sulamal; translated by James Caron · ss; translated from the Pashto.
    • Celestial Nirvana—Written by the Curiosity Rover Upon Landing on Mars · Ko Hua Chen; translated by Annie Sheng · pm; translated from the Chinese.
    • Shira · Lavie Tidhar · nv The Del Rey Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Ellen Datlow, Del Rey 2008; translated from the Hebrew.


    Samovar [June 26, 2017] (online) (Full Text)
    The issue also contains the original versions of all the translated items. Details taken from magazine website.


    Samovar [September 25, 2017] (online) (Full Text)
    The issue also contains the original versions of all the translated items. Details taken from magazine website.
    • The Gates of Balawat · Maria Haskins · ss; translated from the Swedish (“Balawats portar”, Mimers Brunn: Noveller, Stockholm, Norstedts, 1996).
    • Translator Spotlight · Rachel Cordasco · bg
    • After Stonehenge · Salik Shah · pm; translated from the Nepali.
    • The Colour That Defines Me · Stamatis Stamatopoulos; translated by Stephanie Polakis · pm; translated from the Greek (2014).





    The Sasquatch Have Their Ways    (about)
    Tales of Fantasy & the Supernatural. “...a quality paperback periodical, featuring fictional human encounters with Northwest mythic creatures; featuring also true accounts of transcendence and the supernatural.”




    The Satellite    (about)
    “Official Organ of the Liverpool S F A”, 57 Beauclaire Drive, Liverpool 15. The Satellite starts off in October 1938 as the “Official Organ of the Liverpool Science Fiction Association”. However, in May 1939, it comes under the auspices of the national SFA and remains so until the SFA is suspended around November 1939 after war is declared. The effect of ’going national’ in May 1939 seemed to have the effect of having less fiction in the fanzine, which is then reversed in November 1939. A further interesting feature is the volume of correspondence that came from the USA. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.


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