Susan Smith-Clarke Fanzine Collection

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The '''Susan Smith-Clarke Fanzine Collection''' is housed in the [http://www.nla.gov.au/collect/s-clarke.html National Library of Australia]. [[Susan Smith-Clarke]]'s collection contains a diverse range of literary SF [[fanzine]]s, media SF fanzines, SF club and association newsletters, letterzines, [[Amateur Press Association|apazines]] and convention publications.
The '''Susan Smith-Clarke Fanzine Collection''' is housed in the [http://www.nla.gov.au/collect/s-clarke.html National Library of Australia]. [[Susan Smith-Clarke]]'s collection contains a diverse range of literary SF [[fanzine]]s, media SF fanzines, SF club and association newsletters, letterzines, [[Amateur Press Association|apazines]] and convention publications.
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Susan Smith-Clarke is one of the 'founding mothers' of media SF fandom in Australia. She began her long involvement in SF fandom in high school as a literary SF fan, publishing her own fanzine - [[Girl's own fanzine]].
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[[Susan Smith-Clarke]] is one of the 'founding mothers' of media SF fandom in Australia. She began her long involvement in SF fandom in high school as a literary SF fan, publishing her own fanzine - [[Girl's own fanzine]].
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Revision as of 03:39, 10 December 2007

The Susan Smith-Clarke Fanzine Collection is housed in the National Library of Australia. Susan Smith-Clarke's collection contains a diverse range of literary SF fanzines, media SF fanzines, SF club and association newsletters, letterzines, apazines and convention publications.

Susan Smith-Clarke is one of the 'founding mothers' of media SF fandom in Australia. She began her long involvement in SF fandom in high school as a literary SF fan, publishing her own fanzine - Girl's own fanzine.

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