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Front cover art by Jim Barker; back cover by Dave Collins; interior art by Collins.
 
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Pam Wells was also editor of [[Attitude]], [[Pulp]], [[Six Shooter]] with Jeanne Gomoll and Linda Krawecke,
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Pam Wells was also one of the co-editors of [[Pulp]], along with Vince Clarke, Avedon Carol, Rob Hansen, and John Harvey, from 1986 to 1991; and in 1987, had published [[Six Shooter]] with Jeanne Gomoll and Linda Krawecke. In the 1990s she published [[Attitude]].
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Nutz is a science fiction fanzine by Pam Wells.

Nutz was published in London, England, in the 1980s.

Issue #3 is dated April, 1985. It was reproduced by mimeograph, and is 46 pages. Contents include Pam’s editorial, “Memory Vaults Take Two” by Anne Hamill Warren, “Soft Loudness” by Peter Smith, “I Came Upon A Child Of God” by Paul Kincaid, “My Date With A 44-Year-Old Hairdresser From Surbiton” by Michael Ashley; “The Power of Perversions or The Perversion of Power” by Jonathan Dergwerk, “The Pros and Cons of Picnicking” by Wells, “Friends and other Strangers” by Alex Stewart, and “Yorcon??? Don’tcha Just Love It?!?!?!” by Glenda Slagg.

The letter column, “Nutz to You,” includes correspondence from Michael Ashley, Pamela Boal, Terry Carr (Lighthouse), Ros Calverley, Chuck Connor, Mat Coward, Rob Gregg, Margaret Hall, Chuck Harris, Malcolm Hodkin, Bernard Leak, Darroll Pardoe, Eunice Pearson. Dave Swinden, and Sue Thomason.

Front cover art by Jim Barker; back cover by Dave Collins; interior art by Collins.

Pam Wells was also one of the co-editors of Pulp, along with Vince Clarke, Avedon Carol, Rob Hansen, and John Harvey, from 1986 to 1991; and in 1987, had published Six Shooter with Jeanne Gomoll and Linda Krawecke. In the 1990s she published Attitude.