The Witch and the Chameleon
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The Witch and the Chameleon was a Canadian science fiction fanzine published from 1974-1976 by Amanda Bankier in Hamilton, Ontario. It is generally recognized as the first explicitly feminist fanzine. It ran for five issues, the last being nominally a "double issue" numbered 5/6.
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