ALAA Hall of Fame

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The Annual Anthropomorphic Literature & Arts Awards Hall of Fame (also the ALAA Hall of Fame) was created in 2012 to celebrate the people and anthropomorphic works that were considered a major influence to the furry fandom. Candidates are proposed by Anthropomorphic Literature and Arts Association members and voted until three finalists are chosen for that year. The winners are announced at a convention held at the latter part of the year as a complement to the Ursa Major Awards held earlier. [1]

2012 winners[edit]

2013 winners[edit]

2014 winners[edit]

2015 winners[edit]

2016 winners[edit]

2017 winners[edit]

2018 winners[edit]


References[edit]

  1. Ursa Major Awards website


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