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'''Gambit''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Conesa.  
'''Gambit''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Conesa.  
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''Gambit'' was published in the UK. It was an Apazine distributed by the [[Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association]].
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''Gambit'' was published in the UK in January 1972. It was an Apazine distributed by the [[Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association]]. It was 16 pages.  
During the early 1970s, Lisa Conesa released [[Zimri]],  winning the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1974, and the Checkpoint Readers Fan Poll as Best Fanzine for 1973-1974.
During the early 1970s, Lisa Conesa released [[Zimri]],  winning the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1974, and the Checkpoint Readers Fan Poll as Best Fanzine for 1973-1974.
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Gambit was a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Conesa.

Gambit was published in the UK in January 1972. It was an Apazine distributed by the Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association. It was 16 pages.

During the early 1970s, Lisa Conesa released Zimri, winning the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1974, and the Checkpoint Readers Fan Poll as Best Fanzine for 1973-1974.

Lisa Conesa also published the apazine Iseult, the one shot zine Flyer, and produced the science fiction poetry anthology The Purple Hours.

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