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'''Swill @ 30''' is a science fiction fanzine by Neil Jamieson-Williams.
'''Swill @ 30''' is a science fiction fanzine by Neil Jamieson-Williams.
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''Swill @ 30'' is a revival of Jamieson-Williams' earlier fanzine ''Swill'' published by VileFen Press, with co-editors Lester Rainsford and Andrew Hoyt, first in Toronto, Ontario, and then in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in 1981. Six issues of the original title appeared. It was revived in 2001 for an online version, which was issue 7.
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''Swill @ 30'' is a revival of Jamieson-Williams' earlier fanzine, ''Swill'', published by VileFen Press, with co-editors Lester Rainsford and Andrew Hoyt, first in Toronto, Ontario, and then in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in 1981. Six issues of the original title appeared. It was revived in 2001 for an online version, which was issue 7.
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''Swill@30 (''Swill''#8) was published in Spring 2011. In this new incarnation, Jamieson-Williams examines his motivations for the original ''Swill'', and its revival. He declares he is interested in a sociological and anthropological study of science fiction fandom. Essays in this issue iclude "All About Swill", "Editoral: The Spirit of Swill", "Pissing on a Pile of Old Amazings: Eaison d'Jtre" and "Flogging a Dead Trekkie: Changes" and a detourned poster by Jamieson-Williams for ''Contario''.
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''Swill@30'' (''Swill'' #8) was published in Spring 2011 in Dundas, Ontario. In this new incarnation, Jamieson-Williams examines his motivations for the original ''Swill'', and its revival. He declares he is interested in a sociological and anthropological study of science fiction fandom. Essays in this issue iclude "All About Swill", "Editoral: The Spirit of Swill", "Pissing on a Pile of Old Amazings: Eaison d'Jtre" and "Flogging a Dead Trekkie: Changes" and a detourned poster by Jamieson-Williams for ''SF Contario''.
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Issue 9 appeared in the Summer of 2011, with essays by the editor and letters from Taral Wayne ([[DNQ]]) and [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]].
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Issue 9 appeared in the Summer of 2011, with essays by the editor and letters from [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), and [[Taral Wayne]] ([[DNQ]]).
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Issue 10 was published in Autumn 2011, with essays by the editor examining fandom from a sociological perspective. Letters came from Lloyd Penney and Taral Wayne.
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Neil Jamieson-Williams had previously been the editor of [[BCSFAzine]] from 1982 to 1983.
==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[http://swill.uldunemedia.ca/swill@30.htm '''Swill @30''' online (PDF only)]
*[http://members.tripod.com/swill_2001/ The original '''Swill Online''' from 2001]
*[http://members.tripod.com/swill_2001/ The original '''Swill Online''' from 2001]
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Swill @ 30 is a science fiction fanzine by Neil Jamieson-Williams.

Swill @ 30 is a revival of Jamieson-Williams' earlier fanzine, Swill, published by VileFen Press, with co-editors Lester Rainsford and Andrew Hoyt, first in Toronto, Ontario, and then in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in 1981. Six issues of the original title appeared. It was revived in 2001 for an online version, which was issue 7.

Swill@30 (Swill #8) was published in Spring 2011 in Dundas, Ontario. In this new incarnation, Jamieson-Williams examines his motivations for the original Swill, and its revival. He declares he is interested in a sociological and anthropological study of science fiction fandom. Essays in this issue iclude "All About Swill", "Editoral: The Spirit of Swill", "Pissing on a Pile of Old Amazings: Eaison d'Jtre" and "Flogging a Dead Trekkie: Changes" and a detourned poster by Jamieson-Williams for SF Contario.

Issue 9 appeared in the Summer of 2011, with essays by the editor and letters from Lloyd Penney (Torus), and Taral Wayne (DNQ).

Issue 10 was published in Autumn 2011, with essays by the editor examining fandom from a sociological perspective. Letters came from Lloyd Penney and Taral Wayne.

Neil Jamieson-Williams had previously been the editor of BCSFAzine from 1982 to 1983.

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