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Festival of the Imagination 1996 July 1995 Newsletter – Neil Gaiman

Pages 6 and 7 of this newsletter are dedicated to a biography of Neil Gaiman “The Perfect Guest?” written by David Cake. At the bottom of page 7 is a selected bibliography which is presumably well out of date, and … Continue reading

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Festival of the Imagination 1996: July 1995 Newsletter

Page 14 WASFF REPORT The West Australian Science Fiction Foundation (WASFF) is working well with the 1996 convention committee and our hope is that the convention will be both well presented and well attended. Most importantly we hope that all … Continue reading

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Festival of the Imagination 1996 – April 1995* Newsletter – Awards

In theory, the last of our posts from this particular newsletter. Previous posts can be found by clicking the relevant tags, and having a bit of a hunt. (*)The actual newsletter says 1996 but this is a “known” typo and … Continue reading

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Festival of the Imagination 1996 – April 1995 Newsletter

Here’s the (presumably final) progress report for Festival of the Imagination 1996. It’s two yellow A4 sheets folded to A5 and staple-stitched. It starts, unsurprisingly, with a front cover: FESTIVAL OF THE IMAGINATION 1996Australia’s National Science Fiction Literature Conference and … Continue reading

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Festival of the Imagination 1996 – March 1996 Newsletter

Transcribed and summarised by Elaine Walker. Sections of it may be blogged in more detail later. The newsletter is A4 pages folded into A5 size. The colour is mostly yellow except for some inserts in the middle. The front page … Continue reading

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Festival of the Imagination 1996 – January 1996 Newsletter

Transcribed and summarised by Elaine Walker. Sections of it may be blogged in more detail later. The newsletter is A4 pages folded into A5 size. The colour is mostly buff except for some inserts in the middle. The front page … Continue reading

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Festival of the Imagination 1996 – July 1995 Newsletter

Transcribed and summarised by Elaine Walker The newsletter is A4 pages folded into A5 size. The colour is mostly buff except for some inserts in the middle. The front page has a drawing which appears to be by Shaun Tan, … Continue reading

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Aussiecon 4, Voice of the Echidna, Issue 9 – Sunday Afternoon (synopsis)

A wonderful drawing of an upright Echidna in full exclamation adorns the middle of the front page. Then the eye is caught by the “Tonight’s Hospitality Events” box telling of the events running from 2100 to 0100 in the Crown … Continue reading

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Aussiecon 4, Voice of the Echidna, Issue 7 – Saturday Evening (synopsis)

Transcribed and summarised by Elaine Walker. When looking through various bits and pieces for the SwanCon 40 ephemera books, I discovered in one of my collections of papers another collection of Voice of the Echidnas, so I’m going to summarise … Continue reading

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Aussiecon 4, Voice of the Echidna, Issue 6 – Saturday Afternoon (synopsis)

Transcribed and summarised by Elaine Walker. When looking through various bits and pieces for the SwanCon 40 ephemera books, I discovered in one of my collections of papers another collection of Voice of the Echidnas, so I’m going to summarise … Continue reading

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