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Garcia is a member of several [[Amateur Press Association]]s, including the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] (FAPA), the Southern Nevada Amateur Press Society (SNAPS), eAPA, and
 
Garcia is a member of several [[Amateur Press Association]]s, including the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] (FAPA), the Southern Nevada Amateur Press Society (SNAPS), eAPA, and
the Australia New Zealand Amateur Press Association (ANZAPA) and is a former member of The [[Everlasting Club]].
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the Australia New Zealand Amateur Press Association (ANZAPA) and is a former member of The Everlasting Club.
  
 
Garcia also maintains the [[BArea Fanzine Archive]] which features hundreds of science fiction [[fanzine]]s from around the world.
 
Garcia also maintains the [[BArea Fanzine Archive]] which features hundreds of science fiction [[fanzine]]s from around the world.
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*[[Science Fiction / San Francisco]] (with [[Jean Martin]])
 
*[[Science Fiction / San Francisco]] (with [[Jean Martin]])
*[[Stacked Decks]] (with [[M Lloyd]] and [[Jay Crasden]])
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*[[Stacked Decks]] (with [[M Lloyd]] and Jay Crasden)
 
*[[YANKspot]] (with Jay Crasden)
 
*[[YANKspot]] (with Jay Crasden)
  

Revision as of 09:58, 2 November 2011

Chris Garcia tends bar at the 2007 Silicon (from The Drink Tank #146)

Christopher J. Garcia (October 21st, 1974 - ) is an editor, fan writer and LetterHack from Santa Clara, CA.

Chris Garcia edits The Drink Tank, Claims Department and L*I*S*P*, and co-edits (with Jean Martin) Science Fiction / San Francisco. In 2010, he and coeditors Claire Brialey and James Bacon won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine for Journey Planet. In 2011, he and coeditor James Bacon won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine for The Drink Tank.

Garcia writes for many different zines edited by others, including Dave Burton's Pixel, Arnie Katz's Vegas Fandom Weekly and other Magazine. He wrote and edited several very small zines in the 1990s, including YANKspot and Stacked Decks.

Garcia is a member of several Amateur Press Associations, including the Fantasy Amateur Press Association (FAPA), the Southern Nevada Amateur Press Society (SNAPS), eAPA, and the Australia New Zealand Amateur Press Association (ANZAPA) and is a former member of The Everlasting Club.

Garcia also maintains the BArea Fanzine Archive which features hundreds of science fiction fanzines from around the world.

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