Rowrbrazzle

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Rowrbrazzle is an Amateur Press Association magazine devoted to funny animal cartoon illustration.

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History

Rowrbrazzle was founded in 1983 by Marc Schirmeister, who published the first issue in February 1984, and was editor for the first fourteen quarterly mailings.[1] Fred Patten was then editor from February 1989 through February 2005 when he retired due to poor health.[citation needed] Since then, the mailings have been produced by interim editors. As of issue 94, William Earl Haskell editor.[2]

The first Rowrbrazzle was distributed to the association membership in February 1984.[3]

Number 106 was distributed in July of 2010, in a continuing uninterrupted run of 26 years.

Significance

Fred Patten, onetime editor of Rowrbrazzle, had this view of Rowrbrazzle's significance:

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