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'''Biblio eroticus''' (Moe, Vic.: Leah Bryan, 1999-), this zine was a continuation of Bordello.
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'''Biblio Eroticus''' (Moe, Vic.: Leah Bryan, 1999-), edited by Leah Baroque and published in Australia, was a continuation of the editor's previous [[zine]] title, [[Bordello]].
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==Notes==
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The numbering  of the zine begins with no. 4 as it continues from Bordello, no. 3. Two copies of no. 4 were issued; one has a white wrap-around with the classification details from the Office of Film and literature. It was sold in a plastic bag containing a condom. From issue no. 5 onwards, the editor, Leah Bryan, changed her name to Leah Baroque.
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*Numbering begins with no. 4 as it continues from Bordello, no. 3.
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'''Biblio Eroticus''' was one of a select number of zines featured in ''Magazines: An Exhibition of Material from the Monash University Library Collection'', which ran from December 19, 2002 till May 5, 2003.
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*Two copies of no. 4 were issued; one has a white wrap-around with the classification details from the Office of Film and literature. It was sold in a plastic bag containing a condom.
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*From issue no. 5 onwards, the editor, Leah Bryan, changed her name to Leah Baroque.
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==External Links==
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20011220230251/http://www.theage.com.au/news/20000122/A38973-2000Jan21.html Return of the vice police] an article in ''The Age'' newspaper about a Victorian Police raid on Brunswick Street bookstore [[Polyester]] and the removal by police of this zine and subsequent need to have it classified by The Office of Film and Literature Classification  
*[http://web.archive.org/web/20011220230251/http://www.theage.com.au/news/20000122/A38973-2000Jan21.html Return of the vice police] an article in ''The Age'' newspaper about a Victorian Police raid on Brunswick Street bookstore [[Polyester]] and the removal by police of this zine and subsequent need to have it classified by The Office of Film and Literature Classification  
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Australian Zines]] [[Category:Erotica]]
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*[http://www.lib.monash.edu.au/exhibitions/magazines/xmagazinescat.html Magazines]:An Exhibition of material from the Monash University Library Collection, 19 December 2002 to 5 May 2003.
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Biblio Eroticus (Moe, Vic.: Leah Bryan, 1999-), edited by Leah Baroque and published in Australia, was a continuation of the editor's previous zine title, Bordello.

The numbering of the zine begins with no. 4 as it continues from Bordello, no. 3. Two copies of no. 4 were issued; one has a white wrap-around with the classification details from the Office of Film and literature. It was sold in a plastic bag containing a condom. From issue no. 5 onwards, the editor, Leah Bryan, changed her name to Leah Baroque.

Biblio Eroticus was one of a select number of zines featured in Magazines: An Exhibition of Material from the Monash University Library Collection, which ran from December 19, 2002 till May 5, 2003.

External Links

  • Return of the vice police an article in The Age newspaper about a Victorian Police raid on Brunswick Street bookstore Polyester and the removal by police of this zine and subsequent need to have it classified by The Office of Film and Literature Classification
  • Magazines:An Exhibition of material from the Monash University Library Collection, 19 December 2002 to 5 May 2003.
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