Xenon

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Xenon was an Australian science fiction fanzine published by the Adelaide, SA based Blake 7 fanclub Aftermath.

The first issue of Xenon was published in February 1983. It was edited by Rosie Peck, Shellie Whild, and Derrick Norton. Contributions of writing were contributed by Mark Lang, Diana McCluskey, Rosie Peck, and Glenda Read; puzzle by Mary Smyth; and poetry by Margaret Pitcher.

Issue 2 was released in December 1983. It was published by Shellie Whild. Contributors of writing included Margaret Pitcher, Rosie Peck, and Shellie Whild; puzzles by Mary Smyth, and Suzanne Wallace; poetry by Mary Smyth. The cover art was by Chris Glenn, and interior art by Elinor Alexander, Chris Glenn, Sarah Groenewgen, Tracey Hamilton, Rosie Peak, Mary Smyth (Tarrant), and Shellie Whild.

The third issue appeared in October 1984. It was edited by Rosie Peck. Contributors of writing included Jeff Chong, Susan Clarke ( Beyond Antares), Janet Darrow, Mark Lang, C.F. Millerd, Margaret Pitcher, Felis Sylvestris, Geoff Tilley, Merylyn White; poetry by Rosie Peck. Cover art was by Rosie Peck; interior art by Megan Ellem, Lisa Garrihy, Chris Glenn, Tracy Hamilton, and Glenda Webb.

Issue 4 was published in July 1987, and edited by Rosie Peck. Contributors of writing included Elisabeth Ellis, Lisa Garrihy, Mark Lang, Gail Neville, Rosie Peck, Margaret Pitcher, Renya Spratt, and Tele-Ported. Cover art was by Rosie Peck; interior art by Bernice Cuffe, Stephen Scholz, and Michelle Wilcox.

Issue 5, again edited by Rosie Peck, was published in July 1987. The contents consisted of a novel by Venessa Kelly called "Counterpart." Cover art was by Tim Howe.

The last issue of Xenon was issue 6, published in October 1988. It was edited by Rosie Peck. Contributors of writing were by Elizabeth Ellis, Tim Howe, Elizabeth Mundell with Teresa Ward, Rosie Peck, and Margaret Pitcher. Cover art was by Rosie Peck; interior art by Bernice Cuffe, Chris Glenn, Tim Howe, and Michelle Wilcox.

Xenon is included in the Susan Smith-Clarke Fanzine Collection at The National Library of Australia.

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