Heliograph was the newsletter of the first Helicon, the 44th British Eastercon (plus Eurocon), held in the Hotel de France, St Helier, Jersey, over Easter 1993. A later collected and annotated "Souvenir Edition" was hurled together by editor Dave Langford for reasons of general hubris and loathsome self-promotion, but purportedly because we'd promised complete sets to various people who gave advance help (the early issues went out of print during Helicon itself). Harry Bell drew the cover cartoon and title logo, used separately in Heliograph -- the logo in every issue, the little man er um well when we could fit him in....
- Heliograph 1, Thursday 8 April 1993
- Heliograph 2, Friday 9 April 1993
- Heliograph 3, Friday 9 April 1993 (evening)
- Heliograph 4, Saturday 10 April 1993
- Heliograph 5, Saturday 10 April 1993 (evening)
- Heliograph 6, Sunday 11 April 1993
- Heliograph 7, Sunday 11 April 1993 (evening)
- Heliograph 8, Monday 12 April 1993
- Heliograph 9, Monday 12 April 1993 (evening)
- Heliograph 69, unofficial, Monday 12 April 1993 (spoof issue by Chris O'Shea)
- Heliograph Dead Dog Memorandum, Tuesday 13 April 1993
- Heliograph Undead Dog Bulletin, unofficial, Tuesday 13 April 1993 (evening)
- Heliograph Embalmed Dog Missive, unofficial, Wednesday 14 April 1993
- Helioglossary, added later for Souvenir Edition
Extra thanks to Paul Barnett, John Grant, Thog the Mighty and Chris Suslowicz for help with this reprint. Contents copyright © Helicon, 1993 (I suppose). All rights revert to individual contributors. All complaints and lawsuits should be rushed to Helicon. Souvenir edition produced by Ansible Information, 94 London Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 5AU.