Aniara

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Published in the 1980s in Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., ''Aniara'' consisted of articles, reviews, news, art work and a letter column.  
Published in the 1980s in Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., ''Aniara'' consisted of articles, reviews, news, art work and a letter column.  
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Contributors of art work included Sheryl Birkhead, C. Howard, and Bob Lewis.  
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Contributors of art work included [[Sheryl Birkhead]], C. Howard, and Bob Lewis.  
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Letters came from Harry Bell ([[Grimwab]]), Ned Brooks ([[It Goes On The Shelf]]), Don D'Ammassa ([[Mythologies]]), Harla Ellison([[Science Fantasy Bulletin]]), Gil Gaier, Ben Indick ([[Ibid]]), David Thayer, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and Gene Wolfe.  
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Letters came from Harry Bell ([[Grimwab]]), Ned Brooks ([[It Goes On The Shelf]]), Don D'Ammassa ([[Mythologies]]), Gordon Dickson, Harlan Ellison ([[Science Fantasy Bulletin]]), Gil Gaier, Ben Indick ([[Ibid]]), Fritz Leiber, David Thayer, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and Gene Wolfe.  
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Aniara is a science fiction fanzine by Bud Webster.

Published in the 1980s in Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., Aniara consisted of articles, reviews, news, art work and a letter column.

Contributors of art work included Sheryl Birkhead, C. Howard, and Bob Lewis.

Letters came from Harry Bell (Grimwab), Ned Brooks (It Goes On The Shelf), Don D'Ammassa (Mythologies), Gordon Dickson, Harlan Ellison (Science Fantasy Bulletin), Gil Gaier, Ben Indick (Ibid), Fritz Leiber, David Thayer, Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), and Gene Wolfe.

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