Ormolu

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Green also presented a "live" version of her fanzine at MiSconstrued in 1995, based around her experiences in nursing.<ref>[1]</ref>
Green also presented a "live" version of her fanzine at MiSconstrued in 1995, based around her experiences in nursing.<ref>[1]</ref>
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==External Links==
1. [http://news.ansible.co.uk/a92.html Ansible #92, March 1995; includes a short report on MiSconstrued.]
1. [http://news.ansible.co.uk/a92.html Ansible #92, March 1995; includes a short report on MiSconstrued.]
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Ormolu #2, published 1994. Cover designed by Ann Green.
Ormolu #2, published 1994. Cover designed by Ann Green.

Ormolu was a British fanzine published and primarily written by Ann Green. The first issue was distributed in October 1992, the second in 1994.

A third issue was planned and prepped for release in late 1994, but was never printed. The main article, a report on the 1994 fannish event MiSdemeanour, is due to appear in Peter Weston's Prolapse in 2008.

Green also presented a "live" version of her fanzine at MiSconstrued in 1995, based around her experiences in nursing.<ref>[1]</ref>

External Links

1. Ansible #92, March 1995; includes a short report on MiSconstrued.

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