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'''Tigger''' (June 1984-June 1987) was an Australian science fiction fanzine by Marc Ortlieb.  
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'''Tigger''' was an Australian science fiction fanzine by Marc Ortlieb.  
26 issues of ''Tigger'' were released in Melbourne between June 1984 and June 1987. It was initially published on behalf of the AussieCon Two Committee, and from October 1985 as the official organ of the Australian National Science Fiction Association.
26 issues of ''Tigger'' were released in Melbourne between June 1984 and June 1987. It was initially published on behalf of the AussieCon Two Committee, and from October 1985 as the official organ of the Australian National Science Fiction Association.
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''Tigger'' was nominated for a [[Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1986.  
''Tigger'' was nominated for a [[Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1986.  
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Marc Ortlieb later did the apazine [[Stairway to Cleveland]].
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Marc Ortlieb had previously published the fanzines [[Mad Dan's Review]] and had won the Ditmar Award for [[Q36]]. Later he did the apazine [[Stairway to Cleveland]], and then [[The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet]] from 1995 to the 2002.
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Tigger was an Australian science fiction fanzine by Marc Ortlieb.

26 issues of Tigger were released in Melbourne between June 1984 and June 1987. It was initially published on behalf of the AussieCon Two Committee, and from October 1985 as the official organ of the Australian National Science Fiction Association.

Tigger was nominated for a Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine in 1986.

Marc Ortlieb had previously published the fanzines Mad Dan's Review and had won the Ditmar Award for Q36. Later he did the apazine Stairway to Cleveland, and then The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet from 1995 to the 2002.

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