Australia in '75

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(1) A Worldcon Bid

A successful bid to bring the 1975 Worldcon to Melbourne as Aussiecon 1. It was official launched at the 1970 Ninth Australian Science Fiction Convention in Melbourne. It also published a bidzine, the A75 Bulletin.

The committee produced a film starring Anti-Fan, directed by John Litchen, which toured US conventions to the Aussie bid's great benefit. Jack Chalker was responsible for much of this touring.

It defeated a weak LA in '75 bid, see 1975 Worldcon Site Selection.

(2) A fanzine edited by Leigh Edmonds.


Publication Reasonator Search 1975
Other contributors:Paul J. Stevens - Robin Johnson - Ronald E. Graham
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1975 Site Selection Reasonator Search 1975

Also involved: Paul J. Stevens - Robin Johnson - Ronald E. Graham

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