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Rhys Williams' collection of fanzines,
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Blaen Dyffryn gig poster,

White and red poster for a dance at Blaen Dyffryn Hall, Llandysul, 20 September [1985] with Derec Brown a'r Racaracwyr, Maraca, Blaenau 'Y', and Disco. Organized by the Welsh Language Society and Pontsian Young Farmers.

Ish, no. 2,

Edited by 'Gruff Ankst', Porthmadog [1990?]. Ankst was an independent record label from Wales formed in 1988 at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth by Alun Llwyd, Gruffudd Jones and Emyr Glyn Williams.

Dyfodol Dyddiol #3,

Published / written by Gorwel Roberts of Penrhyndeudraeth (a member of Bob Delyn and the Ebillion band) at the Porthmadog Eisteddfod in 1987. Includes an interview with Pat and Dave of 'Datblygu', Dic Ben of 'Elfis Presli' and an article against animal cruelty .

Amser Siocled,

"Croeso i fyd Lola" (Welcome to the world of Lola), Swansea, Summer 1982. One of the first regular fanzines in Welsh was 'Amser Siocled' edited by Geraint Williams, a former miner from Ystadgynlais. Geraint Williams was involved in groups such as Crys and Trobwll in the early days and published a compilation cassette called "Pwy Fydd Yma Mewn Can Mlynedd" (Who Will Be Here in a Hundred Years) on his label 'Lola'. This issue includes a section on how to make a cassette, Gary Melville's record list, and an interview with the Celfi Cam.