(1) An Apazine by Bill Donaho

A mimeographed apazine with nine issues between 1963 and 1967 written by Bill Donaho for FAPA and OMPA.
Issue Date Pages Notes
1 March 1962 16 In OMPA 31
2 August 1963
3 November 1964 12
4 February 1965 16
5 May 1965 28
6 August 1965
7 November 1965 18
8 February 1966 6
9 February 1967 10 In FAPA 118
November 1968 8 In FAPA 124; Included a Baycon post-mortem

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(2) Associated Slan Press

from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
Associated Slan Press — the BNFs of Midwestern fandom during World War II. Tucker and the Ashleys were the most important members of this publishing house. Tucker says that membership was by invitation only, with members required to keep up to the standards of the organization. In the emblem the ASP isn't a giant thing crawling around a hill with a pyramid on it. (Cleopatra's.)
from Fancyclopedia 1 ca. 1944
Associated Slan Press. Tucker and the Ashleys, among others. Tucker says one joins by invitation only and must keep up the standard of the publishing house. In the emblem, the asp is not a giant thing crawling around a hill with a pyramid on it. Cleopatra's.