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  • Fanzine Ynfytyn 19

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    24 page 1/4 sized perzine on purple paper
    • Glasses wearing & colour blindness
    • Bulgaria
    • Polenta cake recipe
    USD $2.60
  • Fanzine Ynfytyn 30- Oxbridge

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    36 page 1/4 sized perzine on pink paper About failing to study at Oxbridge, and then the miserable experience of working there. How do you continue a system of closed doors and in-group privilege (and keep the riff-raff like you and me out) in a tertiary education system where all universities are public and charge the same tuition?
    • Baffling interviews
    • Rigid hierarchies
    • Strange social structures
    • Terrible posh people
    • Racism and classism a-plenty
    • "Oxford is the city of closed doors"
    • My friend H's depressing years at Cambridge
    USD $2.60
  • Fanzine Ynfytyn 25

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    24 page 1/4 sized perzine on purple paper
    • Our Maxim from Almaty
    • Exploring the World of the Ceiling
    • Small pleasures
    • Crispy Teriyaki Tofu recipe
    USD $2.60
  • A4 Infrared Print + zine

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    Lomochrome Purple fake infrared photo of Blackheath + mini photography zine 21 x 29.7 cm (8.3 x 11.7 in) with white border Giclée print on Canson Infinity Museum Rag paper. Sent rolled in postal tube. (For Americans- these are standard European print sizes, you can get suitable frames at Ikea)
    USD $15.60
  • Best of Fanzine Ynfytyn 1-13

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    40 page 1/4 sized perzine on purple paper An anthology of articles from the first thirteen issues of Fanzine Ynfytyn which are no longer in print. A 12,000 word monster with 30 different articles.
    • Why is your zine called that?
    • The man and the song come to blows
    • Pontefract 1982
    • A Cake is Baked
    • Banana cake recipe
    • I demand the return of the flexidisc
    • Junior school music lessons
    • Pancake politburos
    • Books about buses
    • Aubergine parmaggiana recipe
    • Things I would like to do
    • My bizarre English teacher
    • Exquisite corpse
    • Why I like going to the aquarium
    • Things I would like complete sets of
    • Things I always look for in charity shops
    • What does an amoeba have to worry about?
    • Things I'm currently looking for in charity shops
    • End of the pier
    • Childhood ambitions in review
    • Simulating painstaking digging
    • Canterbury
    • Top five napping albums
    • Haiku ode to Papa Hemingway (including getting a cease-and-desist from his grandson)
    • Nuclear sales
    • Multiple Small Pleasures
    • Things which are reassuringly the same every time
    • Things which I tend to like regardless of quality
    • The Sue Ryder sale
    • Crosswords I can and can't do
    • The pains of learning ballet
    USD $4.55
  • Fanzine Ynfytyn 22 – working in a maze

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    24 page 1/4 sized perzine on purple paper
    • Being in charge of a maze
    • Foxes
    • Multiple Small Pleasures
    USD $2.60
  • Fanzine Ynfytyn 32 + 34

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    Two zines about classical themes! Issue 32: 24 page 1/4 sized perzine on purple paper
    • Suspicious whispering
    • The joys of Latin
    • Cogidubnus
    • Aquariums
    • Oulipo word games
    Issue 34: 24 page 1/4 sized perzine on gold paper about studying Classics and Ancient History
    • The Cambridge Latin Course- death by volcano, poisoned holy water or crocodile?
    • Why actually studying Classics is nothing like Donna Tartt's novel
    • Roman love poet rundown: Tibullus is a soft wet boy
    • I am bad at Medieval Latin. Don't worry, so were medieval monks on the whole.
    • Site visits to Rome, Aquae Sulis, Pompeii, Catullus' house, Fishbourne Palace and various Roman graveyards
     
    USD $3.25
  • Fanzine Ynfytyn 26 – camping in France

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    24 page 1/4 sized perzine on green paper This one is about the experience of growing up holidaying in a caravan at French campsites. A typical holiday for British people, but probably weird and exotic for those from further away.
    • Ocean-going glamour of cross-channel ferries
    • Family arguments about putting tents up
    • The wonders of the French hypermarché
    • Wholesome Dutch people
    • Rubbish circuses where the attractions are one dog and one llama
    USD $2.60
  • A3 Infrared print + zine

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    Lomochrome Purple fake infrared photo of Blackheath + mini photography zine 29.7 x 42 cm (11.7 x 16.5 in) with white border Giclée print on Canson Infinity Museum Rag paper. Sent rolled in postal tube. (For Americans- these are standard European print sizes, you can get suitable frames at Ikea)
    USD $31.20
  • Being Editors 1: Diana Wynne Jones

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    40 page 1/4 sized zine on purple paper A selection of essays about children's author Diana Wynne Jones.
    • How I started reading DWJ
    • Complete bibliography
    • Interview with Diana
    • DWJ and the curse of the terrible cover art
    • Things reading Diana's books has taught me
    • My favourite: Fire and Hemlock
    • My favourite: the Ogre Downstairs
    • My favourite: the Homeward Bounders
    • My favourite: Howl's Moving Castle
    • My favourite: Witch Week
    • Witch Week as the anti-Harry Potter
    • Adult villains
    • Review of Farah Mendlesohn's book
    • Polly's complete reading list
    • The ending of Fire and Hemlock explained
    USD $4.55