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Something else / edited by (Miss) Shayne McCormack
Bib ID 1913649
Format JournalJournal [text, volume]
Uniform Title Something else (Bass Hill, N.S.W.)
Description Bass Hill, N.S.W. : (Miss) Shayne McCormack, 1972- 
volumes : illustrations ; 26-30 cm 
Series

John Ryan Comic Collection (Specific issues).

Biography/History

Artwork by well-known science fiction fans including William "Bill" Rotsler, John Bangsund and Shayne McCormack.

Notes

Cover title.

"A ASLUR Production" -- Running contents page note.

Life Dates Began with No. 1 (October 1972) 
Subjects Science fiction -- History and criticism -- Periodicals.  |  Science fiction -- Appreciation -- Australia -- Periodicals.  |  Australian literature -- 20th century -- Periodicals.  |  Australian
Form/genre Fan magazines.
Other authors/contributors McCormack, Shayne, editor, illustrator  |  Rotsler, William, illustrator  |  Bangsund, John, 1939- illustrator

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