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'''Zeus''' is a science fiction fanzine by Ronald Levy.
'''Zeus''' is a science fiction fanzine by Ronald Levy.
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'Zeus'' was a product of the Futurian Society of Sydney and was first published in 1940. Bill Veney, in [[Mumblings from Munchkinland]] #13, recalls the beginnings, "Zeus was an attempt by six fans to bring out a composite fanzine."  
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''Zeus'' was a product of the Futurian Society of Sydney and was first published in 1940. Bill Veney, in [[Mumblings from Munchkinland]] #13, recalls the beginnings, "Zeus was an attempt by six fans to bring out a composite fanzine."  
After issue two there was a split and for awhile it was reported in various fanzines, that there would be two issues of issue 2 coming out - one by Ron Levy and on by Noel Dwyer. But, according to the [[Futurian Observer]], Kevy and Dwyer, "...got together on the matter and arrived at a decision, -said decision being peaceable."  
After issue two there was a split and for awhile it was reported in various fanzines, that there would be two issues of issue 2 coming out - one by Ron Levy and on by Noel Dwyer. But, according to the [[Futurian Observer]], Kevy and Dwyer, "...got together on the matter and arrived at a decision, -said decision being peaceable."  
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Zeus
Zeus

Zeus is a science fiction fanzine by Ronald Levy.

Zeus was a product of the Futurian Society of Sydney and was first published in 1940. Bill Veney, in Mumblings from Munchkinland #13, recalls the beginnings, "Zeus was an attempt by six fans to bring out a composite fanzine."

After issue two there was a split and for awhile it was reported in various fanzines, that there would be two issues of issue 2 coming out - one by Ron Levy and on by Noel Dwyer. But, according to the Futurian Observer, Kevy and Dwyer, "...got together on the matter and arrived at a decision, -said decision being peaceable."

Covers were by Roma Castellari and art work was by Rona Castellari and Bruce Sawyer.

Contributions were from Warwick Hockley, Vol Molesworth, Bruce Sawyer, and William Veney,

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