Pam Wells

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Pam Wells is a fanzine editor from the UK.

Pam Wells first fanzine was Shallow End, co-published with Judith Hanna (Fuck The Tories), Eve Harvey (Wallbanger), Roy Macinski, and Janice Maule. Seven issues were released, beginning in November 1982, and ending in Spring 1984.

Her next fanzine was Nutz. Seven issues of Nutz were published from 1983 till 1988 via mimeograph in London, England, in the 1980s.

Pulp was a fanzine with a rotating editorship. Editors included Vince Clarke, Avedon Carol, Rob Hansen, John Harvey, and Pam Wells. Nineteen issues were published between 1986 and 1991. The first issue appeared in June 1986, featuring a cover by ATom, and was edited by Pam Wells.

Six Shooter was a UK/USA collaboration, a one shot publication released in August 1987 by Jeanne Gomoll, Linda Krawecke (formerly Pickersgill) and Pam Wells. In issue 6 of her fanzine Whimsey, Jeanne Gomoll writes about Six Shooter; "The three of us all contribute two articles (in two different styles), which makes six articles all together. We call the zine, Six-Shooter, of course."

Sisters was created by Jeanne Gomoll, Lucy Huntzinger and Pam Wells in order to promote Wells as a candidate for the Trans-Atlantic Fan Funds. The fanzine apparently worked, as Pam won the fund and attended the 1991 Worldcon in Chicago.

Her next fanzine, Attitude was so-edited with Michael Abbott and John Dallman, The first issue appeared in May 1994 and twelve issues were produced, the last in October 1997. Attitude won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1995.