Fanzine ynfytyn

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Fanzine Ynfytyn is a zine made by Emma Falconer in the UK. It's named after the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datblygu]]song Fanzine Ynfytyn, which is Welsh for Fanzine Idiot/Idiot Fanzine (the word order is ambiguous). Apart from a fondness for Welsh language music, the zine has articles about various (usually music-related) topic, short non-serious stories, vegetarian recipes, photographs and the odd drawing. Certain issues have themes, such as Junior School music lessons or Blue Peter-style making things. Available issues start at number 4, there were issues 1-3 but they were poorly distributed, and the contents have been reprinted in issues 4&5.
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Fanzine Ynfytyn is a zine made by Emma Falconer in the UK. It's named after the Datblygu [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datblygu]]song Fanzine Ynfytyn, which is Welsh for Fanzine Idiot/Idiot Fanzine (the word order is ambiguous). Apart from a fondness for Welsh language music, the zine has articles about various (usually music-related) topic, short non-serious stories, vegetarian recipes, photographs and the odd drawing. Certain issues have themes, such as Junior School music lessons or Blue Peter-style making things. Available issues start at number 4, there were issues 1-3 but they were poorly distributed, and the contents have been reprinted in issues 4&5.

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Fanzine Ynfytyn is a zine made by Emma Falconer in the UK. It's named after the Datblygu [[1]]song Fanzine Ynfytyn, which is Welsh for Fanzine Idiot/Idiot Fanzine (the word order is ambiguous). Apart from a fondness for Welsh language music, the zine has articles about various (usually music-related) topic, short non-serious stories, vegetarian recipes, photographs and the odd drawing. Certain issues have themes, such as Junior School music lessons or Blue Peter-style making things. Available issues start at number 4, there were issues 1-3 but they were poorly distributed, and the contents have been reprinted in issues 4&5.

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