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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... no. 45 October 2011 of Aurealis : Australian Fantasy and Science Fiction est. 1990 Aurealis : Australian Fantasy and Science Fiction
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'This is the first epublication of Aurealis magazine. It's been 21 years, almost to the day, since Stephen Higgins and I published the very first issue. For over 20 years Aurealis has been trapped inside the physical world of hard copy. Up until issue #44, the magazine has been confined by paper pages and the three dimensions of the book format. Now we've escaped. And there's no going back. We believe a publication devoted to fantasy and science fiction should be at the forefront of change. So here we are...With this first issue of the new world Aurealis, we are merging AurealisXpress and Aurealis magazine with what will become a monthly emag that combines the quality new fiction and non-fiction of Aurealis with the up-to-date reviews and information of AurealisXpress.'

  • Editorial 'From the Cloud' by Dirk Strasser


  • Also includes reviews and 'Carissa's Weblog' by Carissa Thorp.


* Contents derived from the 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
From the Cloud, Dirk Strasser , single work column

Strasser briefly outlines the publication history of Aurealis in the context of science fiction publication in Australia.

(p. 2-3)
The Bunyipslayer and the Bounty Hunter, Lachlan Huddy , single work short story fantasy
Louis the legendary bunyipslayer returns to continue towards the point where he must pass his legacy on.
(p. 4-30)
One Hundred Years, Aimee Smith , single work short story (p. 31-?)
Breakfast with Glenda Larke, Crissetta MacLeod (interviewer), single work interview

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