A.P.P.L.E. Posts First Year of Australian Apple Review

A.P.P.L.E. has posted the entire first year of The Australian Apple Review.  The Review was produced by Australian business man and media mogul, Garth Powell, from 1984 through 1987.  Although this project has been in the works for a number of years, it is finally culminating with the release of the entire collection over the coming months.

Permission to scan and distribute the magazine was initially acquired in 2003 by A.P.P.L.E., and re-affirmed in 2009 by Andrew Roughan.   Andrew, along with Bill Martens have been scanning issues of the collection since then, with a number of issues having been donated by Terry Allen as well as by the National Library of Australia.   This assistance was acquired by the donation of one issue of the magazine to the National Library in order to help complete their physical collection of the archive.  Since then, all issues were acquired or were available in collections either in scan form or in physical form.

To download the issues of The Australian Apple Review, check out the website at:


Volumes two through four are currently being scanned and should be available early next year.

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