Weberwoman’s Wrevenge was an Australian science fiction fandom and literary zine by Jean Weber.
It was published from 1981 till 2000.
Art work was contributed by Sheryl Birkhead, Tom Cardy, Jerry Collins, Terry Collister, Alison Cowling, Kevin Dillon, Richard Faulder (Xenophilia), Ken Fletcher (Rune), Steven Fox, Alexis Gilliland, Roelof Goudriaan, Craig Hilton, Peter Lempert, Eric Lindsay, Adrienne Losin, Mike McGann, John Packer, Bill Rotsler, Margaret Sanders, Jane Taubman, Arthur Thomson (The ATom Anthology), Julie Vaux, Sam Wagar, and Mel White.
Written contributions were by Andy Andruschek, Chris Callahan, Glen Crawford, Stephen Dedman, David Evans, Terry Frost, Irwin Hirsh (Sikander, Thyme), Paula Johanson (The Central Ganglion), E.B. Klassen (The Central Ganglion), Dave Locke (Time and Again) Lyn McConchie, Ellie Miller, Marc Ortlieb (Q36, Tigger, The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet), Pete Presford, Charlotte Proctor (Anvil), Alex Stewart, Julie Vaux, Sam Wagar, and Joy Window.
Letters came from Harry Andruschak, Christine Ashby (The Hag and the Hungry Goblin), Linda Blanchard (Egoboodle), Pamela Boal, Avedon Carol (Rude Bitch, Chuch, Pulp), Bev Clark, Buck Coulson (Yandro), Maia Cowan, Leanne Frahm, Kathy Gallagher, Mary Gentle, Judith Hanna (Fuck The Tories), Jack Herman (WAHF-full), Joy Hibbert, Ben Indick (Ibid), Terry Jeeves (ERG), Eric Mayer (E-Ditto), Eunice Pearson (Calaban), Jessica Amanda Salmonson (Windhaven), Paul Skelton (Small Friendly Dog), Garth Spencer (The Royal Swiss Navy Gazette), James Styles (Crux), Sue Thomason, and Larraine Tutihasi (Feline Mewsings).
Weberwoman's Wrevenge was included in the zine library at the exhibition A Non Utopian Kind of Girl, at The Nursury, in London, UK in 2013.