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Contributing artists include Jack Gaughan.
 
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Alicia Austin went on to become a highly respected artist, winning the Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist in 1971. Rosemary Ullyott went on to be nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer. Both were associated with and regular contributors to [[Energumen]], where their work first began to be recognized and appreciated.
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Alicia Austin went on to become a highly respected artist, winning the Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist in 1971. Rosemary Ullyott went on to be nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer. Both were associated with, and regular contributors to [[Energumen]], where their work first began to be recognized and appreciated.
  
 
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Kevas and Trillium is a science fiction fanzine by Alicia Austin, Maureen Bourne and Rosemary Ullyott.

Kevas and Trillium was released in 1968 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The first and only issue was a split zine with Hugin and Munin by Richard LaBonte.

Contributing artists include Jack Gaughan.

Alicia Austin went on to become a highly respected artist, winning the Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist in 1971. Rosemary Ullyott went on to be nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer. Both were associated with, and regular contributors to Energumen, where their work first began to be recognized and appreciated.