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The Science Fiction Foundation is a Registered Charity established 1970 in England by George Hay and others. Its purpose is to "promote science fiction and bring together those who read, write, study, teach, research or archive science fiction in Britain and the rest of the world." Science fiction writers Arthur C. Clarke and Ursula K. Le Guin were founding patrons; current patrons are Neil Gaiman and Professor David Southwood.

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Perth, W.A. : Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation
Melbourne, Victoria : Mervyn R. Binns under the sponsorship of The Australian Science Fiction Foundation, 1978-[19--?]
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French's Forest, New South Wales : Gary Mason, 1969-1970 , Adelaide, South Australia : Gary Mason, 1973-
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[Dagenham, Eng.] : North East London Polytechnic for the Science Fiction Foundation
Sydney South, New South Wales : Gary Mason, [1969?]-
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[Perth, W.A.] : Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation, 1997
Uniform title: Forerunner quarterly (Faulconbridge, N.S.W.)
Faulconbridge, N.S.W. : Sydney Science Fiction Foundation, 1975-[1976?]
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[Sydney, N.S.W.] : Sydney Amateur Press Society , [197?]
Uniform title: Forerunner (Normanhurst, N.S.W.)
Normanhurst, [N.S.W.] : Sydney Science Fiction Foundation, 1968-
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