Aurora

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The first issue was edited by Victor Dricks and published in March 1974.  
The first issue was edited by Victor Dricks and published in March 1974.  
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''Aurora'' contained fiction by Sally Dee, an article on [[Gerry de la Ree]], edotpr of [[Loki]], [[Beowulf]], and [[Clark Ashton - Artist]],  by Dricks, an interview with A.E. Van Vogt, poetry by George Diezel II and Walter Shedlofsky ([[Inner Circle]]), news, and book reviews.  
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''Aurora'' contained fiction by Sally Dee, an article on [[Gerry de la Ree]], edotpr of [[Loki]], [[Beowulf]], and [[Clark Ashton Smith - Artist]],  by Dricks, an interview with A.E. Van Vogt, poetry by George Diezel II and Walter Shedlofsky ([[Inner Circle]]), news, and book reviews.  
Cover art was by Virgil Finlay. Frank Kelly Freas, Roy G. Krenkel ([[Rats!]]), Bill Lorenzo, and Val Mayerik provided interior illustrations.
Cover art was by Virgil Finlay. Frank Kelly Freas, Roy G. Krenkel ([[Rats!]]), Bill Lorenzo, and Val Mayerik provided interior illustrations.

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Aurora #1 (March 1974), cover art by Virgil Finlay
Aurora #1 (March 1974), cover art by Virgil Finlay

Aurora was a science fiction and fantasy zine published by the New York University Science Fiction Society.

The first issue was edited by Victor Dricks and published in March 1974.

Aurora contained fiction by Sally Dee, an article on Gerry de la Ree, edotpr of Loki, Beowulf, and Clark Ashton Smith - Artist, by Dricks, an interview with A.E. Van Vogt, poetry by George Diezel II and Walter Shedlofsky (Inner Circle), news, and book reviews.

Cover art was by Virgil Finlay. Frank Kelly Freas, Roy G. Krenkel (Rats!), Bill Lorenzo, and Val Mayerik provided interior illustrations.

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