SELECTED SCIENCE FICTION
   Australian DIGEST-size magazine. 5 slim (32pp saddle-stapled) monthly issues May-Sep 1955, published by Malian Press, Sydney; ed anon. SSF, a companion to AMERICAN SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE, reprinted US material of quite good quality.
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Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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