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''SAPS'' was founded in 1947 and is still active in 2011.
 
''SAPS'' was founded in 1947 and is still active in 2011.
  
The first Official Editor for SAPS was Ron Maddoz. Other Official Editors for SAPS have been [[Art Rapp]], [[Nan Gerding]], Walter Coslet, F.M. Busby and Elinor Busby, [[Karen Anderson]], Howard DeVore, Doreen Webbert and Jim Webbert.
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The first Official Editor for SAPS was Ron Maddoz. Other Official Editors for SAPS have been Art Rapp, [[Nan Gerding]], Walter Coslet, F.M. Busby and Elinor Busby, [[Karen Anderson]], Howard DeVore, Doreen Webbert and Jim Webbert.
  
 
==List of SAPS Zines==
 
==List of SAPS Zines==

Revision as of 16:57, 12 February 2012

The Spectator Amateur Press Society, or SAPS, is an Amateur Press Association.

SAPS was founded in 1947 and is still active in 2011.

The first Official Editor for SAPS was Ron Maddoz. Other Official Editors for SAPS have been Art Rapp, Nan Gerding, Walter Coslet, F.M. Busby and Elinor Busby, Karen Anderson, Howard DeVore, Doreen Webbert and Jim Webbert.

List of SAPS Zines

A List of SAPS Zines

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