Alpha and Omega

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The first issue was published in July 1950, in Steubenville, Ohio, U.S.A. The second issue appeared in October of the same year. The third issue was released in January 1951, the fourth in April and the fifth in October of the same year. It was produced for the [[Spectator Amateur Press Society]].
The first issue was published in July 1950, in Steubenville, Ohio, U.S.A. The second issue appeared in October of the same year. The third issue was released in January 1951, the fourth in April and the fifth in October of the same year. It was produced for the [[Spectator Amateur Press Society]].
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''Alpha and Omega'' was a mimeographed, stapled fanzine with articles about space travel, reviews and letters.
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Contributors included Bill Venable ([[The Pendulum]], [[Aleph-Null]]), with an article giving some advice entitled, "How To Be An Editor".
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Alpha and Omega was a science fiction fanzine by Meg Johns.

The first issue was published in July 1950, in Steubenville, Ohio, U.S.A. The second issue appeared in October of the same year. The third issue was released in January 1951, the fourth in April and the fifth in October of the same year. It was produced for the Spectator Amateur Press Society.

Alpha and Omega was a mimeographed, stapled fanzine with articles about space travel, reviews and letters.

Contributors included Bill Venable (The Pendulum, Aleph-Null), with an article giving some advice entitled, "How To Be An Editor".

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