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aussiecon two 43rd world science fiction convention progress report #3 p27, lower right quarter Transcribed by Chris Creagh Tigger is a small bouncy newszine produced on behalf of the Aussicon Two Committee, which attempts to keep Australian members of Aussicon … Continue reading

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SwanCon 18 (1993) Souvenir Book – The Best Bits

by Chris Creagh  The first page contains words from the Con Chair (Dave Luckett): For reasons that nobody can ever explain, words from the Con Chair have always been thought essential for the Program book of a SwanCon. I don’t … Continue reading

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Where are they now – George Turner Shortlist, 1999

by Doug Burbidge Continuing the theme, here’s a roundup of what the web knows about the 1999 George Turner shortlist authors. Maxine McArthur won in 1999. Her winning novel was duly published in that year; and a second and third … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Free e-Books?

by Chris & Elaine Would you like to read Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950)? Original text and non-dusty? Then toddle off to the Project Gutenberg Australia site. If you can’t find what you want there then try the American Project Gutenberg … Continue reading

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There Was SF in 1940?

by Chris Creagh Murdoch University has an extensive collection of SF books for the borrowing of. It’s free for students or staff. Anybody can become a community member of the library, but there is a fee.

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