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Published in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, the first issue appeared in 1974. Five issues were released until the last one appeared in 1976. It has been credited as being the first feminist science fiction fanzine.
 
Published in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, the first issue appeared in 1974. Five issues were released until the last one appeared in 1976. It has been credited as being the first feminist science fiction fanzine.
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Contributors included Racoona Sheldon, who wrote poems and letters.
  
 
Amanda Bankier was interviewed for [[Janus]] about feminism, science fiction, and her zine.  
 
Amanda Bankier was interviewed for [[Janus]] about feminism, science fiction, and her zine.  

Revision as of 00:30, 29 May 2011

The Witch and the Chameleon was a science fiction fanzine edited by Amanda Bankier.

Published in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, the first issue appeared in 1974. Five issues were released until the last one appeared in 1976. It has been credited as being the first feminist science fiction fanzine.

Contributors included Racoona Sheldon, who wrote poems and letters.

Amanda Bankier was interviewed for Janus about feminism, science fiction, and her zine.