The April 1969 issue of Science Fiction News
reported that 'plans for the new Australian magazine Visions of Tomorrow
, announced in our January issue, have been somewhat revised' due to problems with distribution. The article reported that production was to take place in London 'under the management of Phil Harbottle, and publisher Ronald E. Graham', that the first issue was to appear in 'approximately August', and that the contents would be 'roughly in the proportion of 45% English, 45% Australian, and 10% Continental authors' (1-2).
The August 1969 edition of Science Fiction News
reported that 'the W.H. Smith organisation, controlling over 1000 bookshops in Britain, refuses to handle the new SF magazine Vision of Tomorrow
', a decision that seemed to be based on an incorrect belief that the publication was obscene. This decision was reversed by the next month.