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In June 1931, Cavell Nichol published what is regarded as the first semi-fanzine in New Zealand, The Universal issue 6. After a dozen issues, The Arrow replaced The Universal and was published each month throughout 1932 and 1933.
While they weren’t fanzines in the traditional sense, they had a core following, and featured some brilliant and very competent artwork. Twenty years later, Cav contributed letters and other items to contemporary fifties fanzines and was also still successfully contributing children’s stories to local newspapers into the 1970s.
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