Woozy

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'''Woozy''' (1992-?) was a music, [[Anarchism|anarchist]] and [[DIY]] [[zine]] published by Australian [[Iain Mcintyre]] and [[Laura Macfarlane]] out of Melbourne University, and printed by Melbourne DIY printer Pulp and Pigment.
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'''Woozy''', #1-20 (1992-?) was a music, [[Anarchism|anarchist]] and [[DIY]] [[zine]] published by Australian [[Iain Mcintyre]] and [[Laura Macfarlane]] out of Melbourne University, and printed by Melbourne DIY printer Pulp and Pigment.
Published roughly quarterly, Woozy is described by the editors as follows: “…the purpose of Woozy is to get people to look at and consider alternative ideas, not unthinkingly take on a set of rigid, leftist rules’.  The [[zine]] included a range of articles with a particular focus on anarchism, squatting, punk and rock music.  
Published roughly quarterly, Woozy is described by the editors as follows: “…the purpose of Woozy is to get people to look at and consider alternative ideas, not unthinkingly take on a set of rigid, leftist rules’.  The [[zine]] included a range of articles with a particular focus on anarchism, squatting, punk and rock music.  

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Woozy, #1-20 (1992-?) was a music, anarchist and DIY zine published by Australian Iain Mcintyre and Laura Macfarlane out of Melbourne University, and printed by Melbourne DIY printer Pulp and Pigment.

Published roughly quarterly, Woozy is described by the editors as follows: “…the purpose of Woozy is to get people to look at and consider alternative ideas, not unthinkingly take on a set of rigid, leftist rules’. The zine included a range of articles with a particular focus on anarchism, squatting, punk and rock music.

Woozy was anticopyright for other non-profit groups, although some artists’ contributions were copyrighted.

Contents

Contact

PO Box 4434, Melbourne University, Parkville Vic 3052

Issues

  • No. 13: the bike issue contains articles on 'The unglamorous world of a bicycle courier', a short biography of Frances Willard who was one of the first US female bike fanatics, an interview with Lester Vat, Losercorp writes to The Age regarding not wining the short story competition, 'Chunk 666' a chopper bicycle gang who like their forks long, as well as comics, zine reviews and more.

Reviews


External Links

  • Woozy holdings on Libraries Australia
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