A Sense of FAPA
A oneshot fanzine subtitled "Selections From the Mailing of the Fantasy Anateur Press Association" was edited and published by Dick Eney in August 1962 to mark the 25th anniversary (and correspondingly the 100th mailing) of FAPA, fandom's oldest APA. It was dedicated to Don Wollheim, the founder of FAPA.
It is 388 pages, and mimeoed on pale blue paper. Approximately 150 copies were produced. As it was too large to be stapled, it was strap bound in a plain black folder.
- Jack Speer's fan history, "Up to Now"
- John B. Michel's tract for The Futurians, "Mutation or Death"
- F. Towner Laney's "Ah! Sweet Idiocy!"
- James Blish
- Redd Boggs
- Charles Burbee
- Dean Grennell
- Joe Kennedy's "New York Fan History" Part 1 from Green Thoughts, and Part 2 from Spacewarp
- Henry Kuttner
- P. Schuyler Miller
- Milton A. Rothman
- Bill Rotsler
- Rog Phillips
- Robert Silverberg
- Ted White
- Don Wollheim
- C. S. Youd's "Words and Music" from Sardonyx
- Andy Young
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