Monday, September 17, 2007


The Comic and Fantasy Art Amateur Press Association (CFA-APA) was founded in 1985 by Roger Hill. Its membership consists of knowledgeable fans, creators, and collectors of comic and fantasy art who write about various subjects related to those genres. The group self-publishes approximately three times a year and each issue has a theme relating to a specific creator or subject. Currently, membership is limited to 40 persons at any one time and circulation is limited to 55 issues, making the publication itself highly collectible.

I joined the group in March of 2004 with issue 62 and have made contributions to eleven consecutive issues to date. Since each article is copyrighted by their respective author, I cannot reproduce them here. I will however, be uploading my contribution for each issue shortly so that you can see why the word amateur is in the organization's title.

Click here for the list of articles.

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