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Inconsequential parallax
Bib ID 2198060
Format JournalJournal
Description South Perth, W.A. : Inconsequential Parallax, 1988- 
v. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISSN 1033-1611 
Notes

Cover title.

Available from The Editor, Inconsequential Parallax, P.O. Box 499, South Perth, W.A. 6151.

Replaced for unknown period by: Inconsequential pyramids.

Life Dates Issue 1 (Oct. 1988)- 
Related Title

Inconsequential pyramids

Frequency Irregular. 
Subjects Science fiction, Australian - Periodicals.  |  Science fiction - Periodicals.
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300 |av. :|bill. ;|c30 cm.
310 |aIrregular.
362 0 |aIssue 1 (Oct. 1988)-
500 |aCover title.
500 |aAvailable from The Editor, Inconsequential Parallax, P.O. Box 499, South Perth, W.A. 6151.
580 |aReplaced for unknown period by: Inconsequential pyramids.
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650 0 |aScience fiction|xPeriodicals.
787 1 |tInconsequential pyramids
984 |aANL|cNq 823.087608 INC|dIssue 1-issue 9|e(Oct. 1988-May 1992)
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