Girl’s Own Fanzine

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'''Girl’s Own Fanzine'''  was a [[zine]] created by [[Susan Smith-Clarke]].
'''Girl’s Own Fanzine'''  was a [[zine]] created by [[Susan Smith-Clarke]].
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''Girl's Own Fanzine'' was published in Normanhurst, N.S.W., Australia. The first issue was released in 1973.
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''Girl's Own Fanzine'' was published in Normanhurst, N.S.W., Australia. Three issues were released in 1973. Issue 3 was a split zine with [[The Mentor]].
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Contributors included John Bangsund ([[Scythrop]]).
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''Girl's Own Fanzine'' was considered a feminist fanzine, with many female SF fans contributing.  
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Issue 3 was a split zine with [[The Mentor]].  
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Contributors also included John Bangsund ([[Scythrop]]).
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Susan Clarke Smith also published [[Beyond Antares]], and [[Chronicles]], and who is regarded as one of the 'founding mothers of media SF fandom in Australia'.
Susan Clarke Smith also published [[Beyond Antares]], and [[Chronicles]], and who is regarded as one of the 'founding mothers of media SF fandom in Australia'.
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[[Category: Zines from Australia]] [[Category:New South Wales Zines]] [[Category:Science Fiction Zines]] [[Category:1970's publications]]
[[Category: Zines from Australia]] [[Category:New South Wales Zines]] [[Category:Science Fiction Zines]] [[Category:1970's publications]]
[[Category:Split Zine]]
[[Category:Split Zine]]
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[[Category:Feminism]]

Revision as of 02:18, 26 January 2012

Girl’s Own Fanzine was a zine created by Susan Smith-Clarke.

Girl's Own Fanzine was published in Normanhurst, N.S.W., Australia. Three issues were released in 1973. Issue 3 was a split zine with The Mentor.

Girl's Own Fanzine was considered a feminist fanzine, with many female SF fans contributing.

Contributors also included John Bangsund (Scythrop).


Susan Clarke Smith also published Beyond Antares, and Chronicles, and who is regarded as one of the 'founding mothers of media SF fandom in Australia'.

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