Very ilky

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'''Very ilky''' (c1996-2004) was a poetry / arts [[zine]] that took the form of short sentences written on one side with photocopies objects on the other side. A visually stricking [[zine]] it was usually comprised of ~80 pages in an A5 format covered in light card and screw bound.  
'''Very ilky''' (c1996-2004) was a poetry / arts [[zine]] that took the form of short sentences written on one side with photocopies objects on the other side. A visually stricking [[zine]] it was usually comprised of ~80 pages in an A5 format covered in light card and screw bound.  
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The first issues of '''Very Ilky''' were published by ''Trans Coma Inc.'', with later issues being attributed to Nicholas Ogburn. Eight issues were produced between c1996 and 2004.
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The first issues of '''Very Ilky''' were published under the imprint ''Trans Coma Inc.'', with later issues being attributed to Nicholas Ogburn. Eight issues were produced between c1996 and 2004[http://platform.org.au/sticky/directory/v.html].
Issue #5 was reviewed in [[Milk Bar]] (November 1999), page 138.
Issue #5 was reviewed in [[Milk Bar]] (November 1999), page 138.

Revision as of 22:46, 9 December 2007

Very ilky (c1996-2004) was a poetry / arts zine that took the form of short sentences written on one side with photocopies objects on the other side. A visually stricking zine it was usually comprised of ~80 pages in an A5 format covered in light card and screw bound.

The first issues of Very Ilky were published under the imprint Trans Coma Inc., with later issues being attributed to Nicholas Ogburn. Eight issues were produced between c1996 and 2004[1].

Issue #5 was reviewed in Milk Bar (November 1999), page 138.

A short video interpretation of Very ilky was produced by Emile Zile, a friend of the author's, in 1999[2].

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