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A third issue was planned and prepped for release in late 1994, but never printed. The main article, a report on the 1994 fannish event MiSdemeanour, is finally due to appear in the tenth edition of [[Peter Weston]]'s [[Prolapse]] in 2008.
 
A third issue was planned and prepped for release in late 1994, but never printed. The main article, a report on the 1994 fannish event MiSdemeanour, is finally due to appear in the tenth edition of [[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. According to [[Ansible]], it included, a 'letter column' of audience answers to compulsory questions.
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Green also presented a "live" version of her fanzine at MiSconstrued in 1995, based around her experiences in nursing. According to [[Ansible]], it included, a 'letter column' of audience answers to compulsory questions. Of the experience, Anne said, "The fun thing about doing a live fanzine is not having to worry about apostrophes."
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- Ann Green, 1996
  
 
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==External Links==

Revision as of 18:41, 20 August 2011

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 early 1994.

A third issue was planned and prepped for release in late 1994, but never printed. The main article, a report on the 1994 fannish event MiSdemeanour, is finally due to appear in the tenth edition of 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. According to Ansible, it included, a 'letter column' of audience answers to compulsory questions. Of the experience, Anne said, "The fun thing about doing a live fanzine is not having to worry about apostrophes." - Ann Green, 1996

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