A new fanzine from me is available at eFanzines.com. It's called Physicality of Words on Paper, since it's really meant to be printed. I made a few copies for the Fearless Fantasy meeting last week, but before submitting it to Bill Burns and his nice fanzine website I tried to correct the worst typos. It's still not the best fanzine I've ever made, but it works as a means of communication.
This first issue (I intend to make more in the future) contains LoCs I got to my oneshot Of Physicists and Fen two years ago. There are also some notes about differences between Sweden and Canada -- is Sweden more science fiction? -- reviews of the webzine Flurb #4, the fanzine Steam Engine Time #7 and Steampunk Magazine #2, and some random thoughts and information about me.
Now it's online. Download a PDF, realize that two column layout is no good for reading on screen, print it, read it, and then send me a comment! (Please be aware that I didn't really have time to make a fanzine but made it in little ten minute intervals I found here and there. No masterpiece. But still.)