SPACE FACT AND FICTION
   UK magazine, PULP-MAGAZINE size. 8 monthly issues Mar-Oct 1954, several undated, published by G.G. Swan, London; ed anon. SFAF published mainly reprints from wartime issues of FUTURE FICTION and SCIENCE FICTION, slanted towards the juvenile reader, but also new stories; the Apr 1954 issue was all new. An album of unsold copies in jumbled order was issued, presumably as a Christmas annual.
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Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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