POPULAR SCIENCE FICTION
   Australian thin (64pp) DIGEST-size magazine. 8 numbered issues in all: \#1-\#6 1953-5, published by Frew Publications, Sydney, plus 2, numbered NEW SERIES 1 and 2, 1967, published by Page Publications, NSW; no eds named. The Frew series printed some US reprints and also original Australian and US material; the Page series reprinted \#4 and \#6 of the Frew publications. A companion magazine, similarly poor, was FUTURE SCIENCE FICTION.
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Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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