Orca

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'''Orca''' was a science fiction fanzine by Jennifer Bankier.
'''Orca''' was a science fiction fanzine by Jennifer Bankier.
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Published in Ontario, Canada, in the 1970s, ''Orca'' saw two issues, the second one consisting of 102 pages, one of the largest issues of a zine published in Canada.   
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Published in Ontario, Canada, in the 1970s, ''Orca'' saw two issues, the second one consisting of 105 pages, one of the largest issues of a zine published in Canada. Taral Wayne, from his unpublished work "Same As It Ever Was: Toronto Fandom 1940-1980", quoted in "Canfanhistory", writes that Jennifer, "...broke all Canadian records with a 105 page ''Orca 2'' (The runners-up were ''CanFan 15th Annish'', ''Energumen'' 14 and 15).".   
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Revision as of 21:52, 10 March 2012

Orca was a science fiction fanzine by Jennifer Bankier.

Published in Ontario, Canada, in the 1970s, Orca saw two issues, the second one consisting of 105 pages, one of the largest issues of a zine published in Canada. Taral Wayne, from his unpublished work "Same As It Ever Was: Toronto Fandom 1940-1980", quoted in "Canfanhistory", writes that Jennifer, "...broke all Canadian records with a 105 page Orca 2 (The runners-up were CanFan 15th Annish, Energumen 14 and 15).".

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