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GB 1534 ZN/N/03/zines/N/3/1 · Item · 2015
Part of Zine Collection
  1. Scotland. A5 booklet, black and white. Front cover: image of a black and white train on a white background. Subject matter: A trip through the night on board the sleeper train to eating disorder recovery.
Fluid: Issue 3
GB 1534 ZN/F/04/zines/F/4/1 · Item · 1996-08
Part of Zine Collection

1996, August. Penicuik, Midlothian. A5 format, black and white. Music reviews and interviews.

Gaun Yersel! Single Issue
GB 1534 ZN/G/03/zines/G/3/1 · Item · 2015-03
Part of Zine Collection

March 2015. Scotland. A5 booklet, blue polka dots on white background. Subject matter: Diary, Relationships, Comics.

Juicy Fanzine: Single Issue
GB 1534 ZN/J/03/zines/J/3/1 · Item · 1997
Part of Zine Collection
  1. East Kilbride. A5 with glossy cover and colours. Subject matter: This is a sponsored fanzine! Interviews: no doubt, review: the luna chicks, veruca salt.
Kathleen Miller Archive
GB 1534 GB 1534 KM · Collection · 1968 - 2010

This collection contains papers and publications relating to Kathleen Miller's anti-nuclear activism from the 1970s-1990s. Includes; correspondence, scrapbooks and campaign booklets.

Miller, Kathleen, 1936-2013, Anti-nuclear campaigner
Metaluna: Issue 1
GB 1534 ZN/M/03/zines/M/3/1 · Item · 1996
Part of Zine Collection
  1. Lanark. A5 booklet, black and white, mixed media, incl, photocopy, drawings, print. Contents: revolution, pirate radio in central scotland, 60s comics, media.

Has a letter inside addressed to “Saskia” from John Miller, dated 23/02/1996:
“METALUNA was initially concieved as a thing to amuse old pals from Lanark who I was at Lanark Grammar skool with in the '60s' but it turned out quite different as none of my old pals managed to do any article writing (too much television and lager) and I ended up writing it all myself.”

From the zine: “METALUNA came into existence due to a conversation in a Lanark pub about the sad absence of an 'underground press' and the suggestion of doing a wee magazine was made.”

John Miller
Ouija (un-numbered, 1)
GB 1534 ZN/O/03/zines/O/3/1 · Item · 2014
Part of Zine Collection
  1. Scotland. Very small booklets, black and white. mixture of very few words and photographic images.
Jean McEwan
The Outhouse: Issue 1
GB 1534 ZN/O/04/zines/O/4/1 · Item · 2012
Part of Zine Collection

c2012 (no clear date). Scotland. A4 booklet, with colour images and black and white text. Comb-bound. Subject matter: LGBT History month, celebrations across Scotland, poems, recipes, articles, letters etc.

Sarah-Egan Pentland