An apazine published by Norm Clarke, Gina Ellis, and Boyd Raeburn starting in 1963. It ran till 1967 and was known for its acerbic humor. Queebshots was like a series of one shots, and each issue has its own subtitle. Robert Lichtman, in a letter to Vegas Fandom Weekly #97, wrote, "Norm & Gina (Ellis) Clark, two of fandom's funniest writers...with Boyd Raeburn produced a series of "Queebshots" that raised the bar for short, pithy oneshots".
At least one issue, "Deep in the Glen", was distributed by FAPA.
|3||1963||4||Subtitle: "Blues in the Closet". Produced at the 3rd Western Quebec Science Fiction Convention|
|4||1963||Subtitle: "Akavits In Aylmer"|
|5||1963||Subtitle: "Rats In My Room"|
|6||May 1964||4||Subtitle: "Deep In The Glen". Canadian Fancyclopedia says it was published in March 1964. In FAPA 107|
|8||July 1964||Subtitle: "Terry Carr in Aspic"|
|9||September 1964||Subtitle: "Duck in the Afternoon"|
|10||November 1964||Subtitle: "Songs Some Mother Taught Me"|
|11||April 1965||Subtitle: "Black Is The Colour Of Glen Campbell's Hair"|
|12||May 1965||Subtitle: "Hoo Ha Hagerstown"|
|13||July 1965||Subtitle: "Gary-Lou-A Go-Go"|
|20||1967||Subtitle: "The Willard R. Biscuit Newsletter"|
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