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 ALAA 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]

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  1. Ursa Major Awards website

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