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WICCA: Wise Woman's Irish Feminist Magazine (1978-?)


"Set up by a group as there was nothing else which kept women in touch. 1st issue: approx. May Day '78. Produced: every 4-6 weeks; circulation: 1,300. Distributed: bookshops, direct sales, PDC in England, conferences, pubs. Costs: ₤100 for 16 pages. Self-financing, and they sell advertising for non sexist small shops. Approx. 15 on the collective, which is open. Any woman who attends a meeting can volunteer to write/distribute etc. Aim of the n/l to provide information to women inside and outside the WLM, alert women to issues, share experiences, spread 'propaganda'. Contributions: from individuals and groups. Editorial policy: material has to be factually correct, not degrade women, be fairly well written, short...No entries from men. General political perspective: left-wing-anti-capitalist, but with slight differences."

- Information from the "Directory of Women's Liberation Newletters, Magazines, Journals...", by Dena and Shaila (York, UK), c.1978


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