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'''Adam Ford''' is an Australian writer, [[zinester]] and comic artist. Ford
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'''Adam Ford''' is an Australian writer, poet, comic artist and [[zinester]], who publishes the ongoing irregular [[zine]] [[Jutchy ya ya]].
  
==Bibleography==
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He has also served as moderator for the forum [[Publish or perish?|Publish or Perish? The Future of Comics and Zines]]. 
  
'''Novels'''
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==Bibliography==
  
*[[Man Bites Dog]] (2003) a novel published in 2003 situated within Melbourne's [[zine]] culture.
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===Novels===
  
'''Zines'''
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*[[Man bites dog]] (2003) a novel published in 2003 situated within Melbourne's zine culture.
  
*[[Jutchy Ya Ya]] (200?-)
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===Poetry===
*[[The day Hal Hartley refused to play along with my (in hindsight ill-advised) attempts to encourage him to behave in a somewhat ridiculous but ultimately sporting and humourous manner, perhaps because he felt that I was in some way mocking him]] (200?)
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*[[Duck fat]] (200?-)
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*[[What astronauts wear]] (200?-)
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*[[Turtle Soup]] (200?-)
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'''Comics'''
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*[[Not Quite the Man for the Job]] (1998) poetry about dogs, bikes, Fitzroy, love and various inanimate objects.
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*[[From My Head]] (1996) poetry about dogs, bikes, Fitzroy, love and various inanimate objects; precursor to Not Quite the Man for the Job.
  
*''The amazing atavistic adventures of the fish''
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===Zines===
*''Neuronn, the creature from a human brain''
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*''The book of Job''
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*[[Jutchy ya ya]] (2000-)
*''Lifeguard''
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*[[The day Hal Hartley refused to play along with my (in hindsight ill-advised) attempts to encourage him to behave in a somewhat ridiculous but ultimately sporting and humourous manner, perhaps because he felt that I was in some way mocking him]] (2002)
*''Rude Boy, P.I. in "we're out of milk"''
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*[[Duck fat]] (1998-1999; 2 issues)
*''The life and times of Jerry the Nerky Lizard''
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*[[What astronauts wear]] (2005-)
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*[[Turtle Soup]] (2005)
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===Comics===
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*[[The amazing atavistic adventures of the fish]] (1997)
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*[[Neuronn, the creature from a human brain]] (1998)
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*[[The book of Job]] (1999)
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*[[Lifeguard]] (2000)
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*[[Rude Boy, P.I.]] in "we're out of milk"'' (2001)
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*[[The life and times of Jerry the Nerky Lizard]] (2004)
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~adamford/ Adam Ford's website]
 
*[http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~adamford/ Adam Ford's website]
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*[http://monkeypunchdinosaur.blogspot.com/ Monkey Punch Dinosaur]
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*[http://reviews.media-culture.org.au/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1721 Adam Ford, 'My Time at the Festival', in ''M/C Reviews'', 27 October 1999]
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[[Category:Zinesters]] [[Category:Australian Zinesters]]
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[[Category:Zinester|Ford]] [[Category:Australian Zinesters|Ford]]  [[Category:Artist|Ford]]

Latest revision as of 22:52, 29 June 2009

Adam Ford is an Australian writer, poet, comic artist and zinester, who publishes the ongoing irregular zine Jutchy ya ya.

He has also served as moderator for the forum Publish or Perish? The Future of Comics and Zines.

Bibliography

Novels

  • Man bites dog (2003) a novel published in 2003 situated within Melbourne's zine culture.

Poetry

  • Not Quite the Man for the Job (1998) poetry about dogs, bikes, Fitzroy, love and various inanimate objects.
  • From My Head (1996) poetry about dogs, bikes, Fitzroy, love and various inanimate objects; precursor to Not Quite the Man for the Job.

Zines

Comics

External Links