Other SF Resources

THE WRIGHT COLLECTION — Bill Wright’s memorabilia collection of fanzines, convention booklets, etc., some as early as from the 1950s. It is now housed in the Monash University Rare Books Collection but may be accessed by fans. An audio/visual collection, such as the Anti-fan films, is also stored there.

Australian National SF Convention List — A list of all the past National Conventions can be found here. Alas, doesn’t include the ASFMAs which some years was a separate convention. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_National_Science_Fiction_Convention>

AntipodeanSF  — Australia’s oldest online speculative flash fiction magazine. <https://antisf.com.au>

The Ditmar Awards — All about the Ditmar Awards can be found here. Lots of useful links regarding the history of the Ditmars which has been “colourful”. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ditmar_Award>.

E-Fanzines — Many of the world’s best fanzines available as PDFs, including many Australian ones. <http://efanzines.com/>

Geeky Events Australia — Here’s a handy reference aggregator website for geeky events in Australia and New Zealand. <http://www.geekeventsaustralia.com/>.

Sticky Institute  — ardent defenders of zine culture. Degraves Subway, Melbourne • Wed – Fri 12pm til 6pm • Sat 12pm til 5pm. <http://www.stickyinstitute.com/>.

Fanac.org — devoted to the preservation and distribution of information about science fiction and science fiction fandom. <http://fanac.org/>.

Fancyclopedia — a collective enterprise of all of fandom ; classic fannish reference. <http://fancyclopedia.org/>

File770.com — is the online version of Mike Glyer’s award winning science fiction fan newzine, reporting on fanzines, sf clubs, conventions, fan funds and fanac. It is the definitive source of global SF&F news. <http://file770.com/>