Ann Green

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She was a member of the editorial team behind ''[[Cygnet Committee]]'', a Merthyr-based music fanzine which took its title from a David Bowie track. Her own fanzines include ''[[Ormolu]]'', ''[[Thunderbox]]'' (with husband [[Steve Green]]) and ''Whippet Fleece'' (for ''[[The Women's Periodical]]'', a highly inluential British apa).
She was a member of the editorial team behind ''[[Cygnet Committee]]'', a Merthyr-based music fanzine which took its title from a David Bowie track. Her own fanzines include ''[[Ormolu]]'', ''[[Thunderbox]]'' (with husband [[Steve Green]]) and ''Whippet Fleece'' (for ''[[The Women's Periodical]]'', a highly inluential British apa).
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===Zines===
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*[[Ormolu]]
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*[[Thunderbox (with [[Steve Green]]
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*[[Whippet Fleece]]
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==Contributions===
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*[[Cygnet Committee]]
[[Category:Zinester|Green, Ann]] [[Category:UK Zinesters|Green, Ann]]
[[Category:Zinester|Green, Ann]] [[Category:UK Zinesters|Green, Ann]]

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Ann Green (born Merthyr Tydfil, December 1961) was a British fanzine editor, writer, convention organiser and occasional cartoonist. She passed away in July 2008.

She was a member of the editorial team behind Cygnet Committee, a Merthyr-based music fanzine which took its title from a David Bowie track. Her own fanzines include Ormolu, Thunderbox (with husband Steve Green) and Whippet Fleece (for The Women's Periodical, a highly inluential British apa).

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