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Issue Details: First known date: 1953... 1953 Australian Spacemen Look into Space
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'A trip to the moon, a race of supermen, thought transference on a universal scale, and the ability of men to change themselves into superhuman monsters are just everyday possibilities to the group of fans who attended the second Australian Science Fiction Convention in Sydney recently.' (Introduction)


  • In this article Vol Molesworth is quoted as saying 'Science fiction speculates on what is here and now, whereas fantasy is pure imagination without any scientific backing.'...'That is how science fiction and fantasy differ.

    "There are thriee kinds of science fiction: prophecy, philosophy, and adventure..."

    ( The Australian Women's Weekly : Wed 13 May 1953 p21)

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21 Australian Spacemen Look into Spacesmall AustLit logo The Australian Women's Weekly