Ianto Ware

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Ianto Ware is a [[zinester]] and writer based in Adelaide, South Australia.
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Dr Ianto Ware is a [[zinester]], writer and academic based in Adelaide, South Australia.
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Ianto is co-director of Ministry of Zines and the 2007 [[Newcastle Zine and Independent Press Fair]], author/editor of Westside Angst and Das Papierkreig.
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Ianto is currently Director of the South Australian Institute of Photocopied Arts and is one of the driving forces behind the Format Collective[http://www.format.net.au/].  Format is an arts collective based in Adelaide, Australia, that puts on arts events in and around Adelaide such as the annual Format Festival (including the Academy of DIY, Adelaide Zine Fair & ST5K), the art show Big! , and the alternative text workshops called Big Words. We are now also running the Format Zine Shop in the centre of Adelaide city.
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During 2007, Ianto co-directed the 2007 [[Newcastle Zine and Independent Press Fair]].
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Ianto is currently a Research Assistant[http://www.unisanet.unisa.edu.au/staff/homepage.asp?Name=Ianto.Ware] in the Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia.
==Bibliography==
==Bibliography==
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*[[Fear of a bike planet]] (2009)
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*[[What would Tin Tin do?]] (2008)
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*[[Zines, subculture and media culture]] Thesis (Ph.D.)--Flinders University, Dept. of English, Creative Writing and Australian Studies, 2007
*[[The little nerd band that could]] (200?-)
*[[The little nerd band that could]] (200?-)
*[[Das Papierkreig]] (2002-)
*[[Das Papierkreig]] (2002-)
*[[Westside Angst]] (2001-)
*[[Westside Angst]] (2001-)
*[http://www.newcastle.edu.au/group/poetics/issue-03/ware.htm Ianto Ware, 'An Introduction to Zines and Their Definition, in ''New Media Poetics'', Issue 3 - Critical Animals - May 2004]
*[http://www.newcastle.edu.au/group/poetics/issue-03/ware.htm Ianto Ware, 'An Introduction to Zines and Their Definition, in ''New Media Poetics'', Issue 3 - Critical Animals - May 2004]
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*[[My name is not Susan]]: 'Games you might like to play: pretend you are an alien' and 'Rocking horse' in Issue 1; and 'Three Haikus about my trip to Burra' and '(more)' in Issue 2.
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==Contributions==
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*[[My name is not Susan]] (200?-): 'Games you might like to play: pretend you are an alien' and 'Rocking horse' in Issue 1; and 'Three Haikus about my trip to Burra' and '(more)' in Issue 2.
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*[[Sure6?]] #2 (April 2009): includes a short interview with Ianto, responding to 20 questions about zine culture. – “Questions include issues of anonymity, best zine advice, and startling personal revelations.”[http://maildept.stickyinstitute.com/s]
==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[http://members.tripod.com/~Ianto/index.html Ianto Ware's website]
*[http://members.tripod.com/~Ianto/index.html Ianto Ware's website]
*[http://www.theprogram.net.au/creativeIndustrySub.asp?id=952 An interview with Ianto Ware by The Program - Creative Industry]
*[http://www.theprogram.net.au/creativeIndustrySub.asp?id=952 An interview with Ianto Ware by The Program - Creative Industry]
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Revision as of 01:04, 12 August 2009

Dr Ianto Ware is a zinester, writer and academic based in Adelaide, South Australia.

Ianto is currently Director of the South Australian Institute of Photocopied Arts and is one of the driving forces behind the Format Collective[1]. Format is an arts collective based in Adelaide, Australia, that puts on arts events in and around Adelaide such as the annual Format Festival (including the Academy of DIY, Adelaide Zine Fair & ST5K), the art show Big! , and the alternative text workshops called Big Words. We are now also running the Format Zine Shop in the centre of Adelaide city.

During 2007, Ianto co-directed the 2007 Newcastle Zine and Independent Press Fair.

Ianto is currently a Research Assistant[2] in the Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia.

Bibliography

Contributions

  • My name is not Susan (200?-): 'Games you might like to play: pretend you are an alien' and 'Rocking horse' in Issue 1; and 'Three Haikus about my trip to Burra' and '(more)' in Issue 2.
  • Sure6? #2 (April 2009): includes a short interview with Ianto, responding to 20 questions about zine culture. – “Questions include issues of anonymity, best zine advice, and startling personal revelations.”[3]

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