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It turns out there were quite a few TAPAs, but we know little about most of them. Help us figure this out!
Do you mean:
- The Toronto-area TAPA?
- The Tallahassee Amateur Press Association started in the 1970s?
- The Technology APA at MIT?
- A probable Tolkien-oriented APA, which had five distys as of November 1966? (Cory Seidman did a Sindarin Dictionary in it.)
- The TAPA founded by Andy Main?
- TAPADANCE, a general APA?
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- Andy Main (← links)
- Ted Johnstone (← links)
- ???? (← links)
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- Category:Nostart (← links)