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'''Withdrawn''' (September/October 2001-) is a literary and art [[zine]] from Melbourne, Victoria.
 
'''Withdrawn''' (September/October 2001-) is a literary and art [[zine]] from Melbourne, Victoria.
  
==Issues==
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===Issues===
 
*No. 1 (September/October 2001): includes cover art by, and articles by Andrew Gerrard 'Important messages', Ana Tiqua 'A subtler shade of white', 'Hey ladies! - you are what you wear / your fashion is your worth', 'Tabloid hell', 'Bus stop story', Yara Mignon 'Betrayed by the bastard Bracks', 'Waste', 'Libertarianism' a central spread artwork by Sophia Calado, Stephen Prescott 'Survival Guide for a consumerist society part one: telephone shopping in ten easy steps'
 
*No. 1 (September/October 2001): includes cover art by, and articles by Andrew Gerrard 'Important messages', Ana Tiqua 'A subtler shade of white', 'Hey ladies! - you are what you wear / your fashion is your worth', 'Tabloid hell', 'Bus stop story', Yara Mignon 'Betrayed by the bastard Bracks', 'Waste', 'Libertarianism' a central spread artwork by Sophia Calado, Stephen Prescott 'Survival Guide for a consumerist society part one: telephone shopping in ten easy steps'
  
 
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Victoria Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
 
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Victoria Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

Latest revision as of 21:17, 17 January 2008

Withdrawn (September/October 2001-) is a literary and art zine from Melbourne, Victoria.

Issues

  • No. 1 (September/October 2001): includes cover art by, and articles by Andrew Gerrard 'Important messages', Ana Tiqua 'A subtler shade of white', 'Hey ladies! - you are what you wear / your fashion is your worth', 'Tabloid hell', 'Bus stop story', Yara Mignon 'Betrayed by the bastard Bracks', 'Waste', 'Libertarianism' a central spread artwork by Sophia Calado, Stephen Prescott 'Survival Guide for a consumerist society part one: telephone shopping in ten easy steps'