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(1) A New Zealand Clubzine

The clubzine of the National Association for Science Fiction of New Zealand.

(2) Clubzine of MonSFFA

The clubzine of MonSFFA since 1988, WARP has and continues to provide, to this day, an avenue for the publication of MonSFFA club members’ SF/F writing—fan fiction, book and movie reviews, feature articles and opinion pieces—as well as their artwork and photography. Over its more than 25-year history, WARP has profited from the exceptional quality of these submissions and established a reputation as a first-rate, multiple-award-winning Canadian sci-fi clubzine. In 2011, R. Graeme Cameron's Fanzine Fanac Awards Society gave Warp its first Best Fanzine award.

Issues were originally available only in print form, which have since been converted to online pdf's. At present, issues are made available both on paper and on the web.

http://www.monsffa.ca/ (IA) Website

(3) Fanzine by David Chute

A fanzine published by David Chute.

Issue Date Pages Notes
2 1967

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See also Spacewarp

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