Arion

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'''Arion''' was a science fiction and fantasy poemzine published by Ray C. Higgs, and edited by Higgs and [[Orma McCormick]].
'''Arion''' was a science fiction and fantasy poemzine published by Ray C. Higgs, and edited by Higgs and [[Orma McCormick]].
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''Arion'' was published in the U.S.A. in the 1950s.
The Fall 1954 issue featured poetry by Thelma Allinder, Marion Zimmer Bradley, P.H. Coccagna, Isabelle E. Dinwiddie, John J. Fletcher, Eva Joy Heitmeyer, Truda McCoy, Dennis Murphy, Lori Petri, Brief Robert, Jack Schwab, Phil Sedley, Emerald Etone Smith, Emili A. Thompson, Jennie Claire Ulan, Norman G. Wansborough, and Dorothy B. Wynn.
The Fall 1954 issue featured poetry by Thelma Allinder, Marion Zimmer Bradley, P.H. Coccagna, Isabelle E. Dinwiddie, John J. Fletcher, Eva Joy Heitmeyer, Truda McCoy, Dennis Murphy, Lori Petri, Brief Robert, Jack Schwab, Phil Sedley, Emerald Etone Smith, Emili A. Thompson, Jennie Claire Ulan, Norman G. Wansborough, and Dorothy B. Wynn.
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Ray C. Higgs was also one of the co-editors of the long running [[The National Fantasy Fan]] during the late 1940s and early 1950s, and in the 1950s also published the fanzines [[Fantasia (Higgs)|Fantasia]] and [[The Explorer]].
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Arion was a science fiction and fantasy poemzine published by Ray C. Higgs, and edited by Higgs and Orma McCormick.

Arion was published in the U.S.A. in the 1950s.

The Fall 1954 issue featured poetry by Thelma Allinder, Marion Zimmer Bradley, P.H. Coccagna, Isabelle E. Dinwiddie, John J. Fletcher, Eva Joy Heitmeyer, Truda McCoy, Dennis Murphy, Lori Petri, Brief Robert, Jack Schwab, Phil Sedley, Emerald Etone Smith, Emili A. Thompson, Jennie Claire Ulan, Norman G. Wansborough, and Dorothy B. Wynn.

Ray C. Higgs was also one of the co-editors of the long running The National Fantasy Fan during the late 1940s and early 1950s, and in the 1950s also published the fanzines Fantasia and The Explorer.

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