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'''Australian zine resources''' (Diamond Creek, Vic.: Swirlability Productions, [2003]) is a [[zine]] compiled and designed by Louise Angrilli and Anna Masters.
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'''Australian Zine Resources''' (Diamond Creek, Vic.: Swirlability Productions, [2003]) is a [[zine]] compiled and designed by Louise Angrilli and Anna Masters.
  
'''Notes:''' "A project for the Small Press Publishing subject in the Professional Writing & Editing course at Box Hill Institute 2003"--verso t.p.  
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''Australian Zine Resources'' was a project for the Small Press Publishing subject in the Professional Writing & Editing course at Box Hill Institute in 2003.
  
"First version, ; printed July 2003, 60 copies"
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The first version was printed July 2003, 60 copies were made. A second version, of 80 copies with a new cover, and slightly updated information with a sticker included was photocopied September 2003.
  
"Second version, new cover, slightly updated information ; sticker included ; photocopied September 2003, 80 copies"
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The third version of 125 copies, slightly updated, was  photocopied January 2004.
  
"Third version, slightly updated ; photocopied January 2004, 125 copies"
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Louise Angrilli was also one of the editors of the long-running Science Fiction fanzine [[Ethel the Aardvark]].
  
[[Category:Book]] [[Category: Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Victoria Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
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[[Category: Zines from Australia]]
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[[Category:2000's publications]]

Revision as of 18:05, 8 January 2018

Australian Zine Resources (Diamond Creek, Vic.: Swirlability Productions, [2003]) is a zine compiled and designed by Louise Angrilli and Anna Masters.

Australian Zine Resources was a project for the Small Press Publishing subject in the Professional Writing & Editing course at Box Hill Institute in 2003.

The first version was printed July 2003, 60 copies were made. A second version, of 80 copies with a new cover, and slightly updated information with a sticker included was photocopied September 2003.

The third version of 125 copies, slightly updated, was photocopied January 2004.

Louise Angrilli was also one of the editors of the long-running Science Fiction fanzine Ethel the Aardvark.