by Chris Creagh Murdoch University has a large collection of SF related works. There are thousands of books on the shelves in the main part of the library. In the basement there is a book-film tie in collection with around 1200 books. They are either the book of the film, or the book that the… Continue reading MU(SF)2F

Call Out

post by Chris Creagh If you have any free time then take a look at our collection of pictures If you have even more free time and know any “stuff” about the pictures and would like to help us expose them for all the world to see then please tell us about it, or… Continue reading Call Out

Ooo That’s My Shirt

post by Chris Creagh Elaine Kemp was diligently photographing the SF T-Shirt collection in the basement of Murdoch University when she exclaimed “Ooo that’s my shirt. How did that get there?” Perhaps there is a force that removes t-shirts from the “haven’t worn it for a while pile” and transports them to the archives.

T-Shirt The Festival of the Imagination 1996

Post by Chris Creagh T-shirt Design by the award-winning Shaun Tan. Thought you might like to see the shirt to go with the previous post about the badge. This is one of the shirts held in the basement of the Murdoch University library.

The most Beauooootiful Fan in the World…

Did you ever see this man? We cannot show you the real Simono, who was touted around SwanCons early in the current millenium as being the most Beauoootiful Fan in the World, but we can show you… The character of Simono is believed to have originated in a Raw Cordial (late night comedy panel) recorded… Continue reading The most Beauooootiful Fan in the World…

WASFA T-shirt from the MUSFF collection

Today’s post comes to you from the dusty dungeon depths of the Murdoch University Library, where the MUSFF collection is held. Amongst the treasures held is a veritable dragon’s hoard of t-shirts collected over several decades and multiple continents. One gem of this collection, is a WASFA t-shirt. WASFA predates the Western Australian Science Fiction… Continue reading WASFA T-shirt from the MUSFF collection