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'''Physicality of Words on Paper''' is a science fiction fanzine by AKA, also know as Anna Davour.
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'''Physicality of Words on Paper''' is a science fiction fanzine by Aka, also know as Anna Davour.
  
 
''Physicality of Words on Paper'' was first published in October 2007, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Anna Davour has previously published the fanzine [[Of Physicists and Fen]].
 
''Physicality of Words on Paper'' was first published in October 2007, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Anna Davour has previously published the fanzine [[Of Physicists and Fen]].
  
In the first issue, The editor had recently moved from Sweden to Canada, and writes about the differences between Canada, having recently arrived from Sweden. She also reviews fanzines such as [[Steam Engine Time]], and ''Steampunk Magazine''. Letters are from  [[Chris Garcia]] ([[The Drink Tank]]), Jerry Kaufman ([[Littlebrook]]), and Peter Sullivan.  
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In the first, and perhaps only issue, the editor tells us she has recently moved from Sweden to Canada, and writes about the "Little everyday differences" between Canada and Sweden. She relates her story of how she met fellow fantasy readers after moving to Kingston. Also included are reviews of fanzines such as [[Steam Engine Time]], and ''Steampunk Magazine''. Letters are from  [[Chris Garcia]] ([[The Drink Tank]]), Jerry Kaufman ([[Littlebrook]]), and Peter Sullivan.  
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Physicality of Words on Paper is a science fiction fanzine by Aka, also know as Anna Davour.

Physicality of Words on Paper was first published in October 2007, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Anna Davour has previously published the fanzine Of Physicists and Fen.

In the first, and perhaps only issue, the editor tells us she has recently moved from Sweden to Canada, and writes about the "Little everyday differences" between Canada and Sweden. She relates her story of how she met fellow fantasy readers after moving to Kingston. Also included are reviews of fanzines such as Steam Engine Time, and Steampunk Magazine. Letters are from Chris Garcia (The Drink Tank), Jerry Kaufman (Littlebrook), and Peter Sullivan.


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