Claims Department

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[[Claims Department]] is a [[science fiction fanzine]] written and edited by [[Chris Garcia]] and is currently distributed through the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. The first five issues were printed and sent to a small list of science fiction fans. Several issues are available on [[eFanzines.com]]
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[[Claims Department]] is a science fiction [[fanzine]] written and edited by [[Chris Garcia]] and is currently distributed through the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]].  
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The first five issues were printed and sent to a small list of science fiction fans. Several issues are available on [[eFanzines.com]]
Each issue features a personal review of a book, a movie and some music (usually a CD, sometimes a concert or other performance) and details of a trip. [[SaBean MoreL]] and [[M Lloyd]] have also contributed to issues.
Each issue features a personal review of a book, a movie and some music (usually a CD, sometimes a concert or other performance) and details of a trip. [[SaBean MoreL]] and [[M Lloyd]] have also contributed to issues.
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Claims Department is a science fiction fanzine written and edited by Chris Garcia and is currently distributed through the Fantasy Amateur Press Association.

The first five issues were printed and sent to a small list of science fiction fans. Several issues are available on eFanzines.com

Each issue features a personal review of a book, a movie and some music (usually a CD, sometimes a concert or other performance) and details of a trip. SaBean MoreL and M Lloyd have also contributed to issues.

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