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'''APA-50''' was an [[APA]] that required members to have been born after January 1, [[1950]]. It name was, more fully, '''The Amateur Press Association of 1950''' (but no one used it).  It was modeled after [[APA-45]] and founded in 1974 by [[Chris Sherman]]. Except for one or two of the founding members who would have just missed the cutoff, it could just as well have been APA-55, and its [[apazines]] were full of teenage angst.  Fl. 1974-81.
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'''APA-50''' was an [[APA]] that required members to have been born after January 1, 1950. It name was, more fully, '''The Amateur Press Association of 1950''' (but no one used it).  It was modeled after [[APA-45]] and founded in 1974 by [[Chris Sherman]]. Except for one or two of the founding members who would have just missed the cutoff, it could just as well have been APA-55, and its [[apazines]] were full of teenage angst.  Fl. 1974-81. Apparently still active in 2020, though no longer with birthdate limitations.
  
 
=== Contributors and [[Apazines]]:===
 
=== Contributors and [[Apazines]]:===
 
* [[Steven Beatty]] -- ''[[Aprikos]]''
 
* [[Steven Beatty]] -- ''[[Aprikos]]''
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* [[Jim Bodie]] -- ''[[Give Us a Song]]''
 
* [[Bill Breiding]] --
 
* [[Bill Breiding]] --
 
* [[Steve MacDonald]] -- ''[[Cosmic Bar]]''
 
* [[Steve MacDonald]] -- ''[[Cosmic Bar]]''
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* 1980-81 -- [[Bill Breiding]]
 
* 1980-81 -- [[Bill Breiding]]
  
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Latest revision as of 06:15, 12 May 2020

APA-50 was an APA that required members to have been born after January 1, 1950. It name was, more fully, The Amateur Press Association of 1950 (but no one used it). It was modeled after APA-45 and founded in 1974 by Chris Sherman. Except for one or two of the founding members who would have just missed the cutoff, it could just as well have been APA-55, and its apazines were full of teenage angst. Fl. 1974-81. Apparently still active in 2020, though no longer with birthdate limitations.

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