A Glimpse of Anthropomorphic Literature - Paperback

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Editor: AnthroAquatic
Word Count: 28,330
Page Count: 155
Size: 5" x 8"
Cover Artist: Aisha Gaillard
Publication Date: November 2016


A Glimpse of Anthropomorphic Literature is a collection of the original three webzines of the same name. It includes short fiction in a wide variety of genres, reviews of furry works, and articles relating to furry writing and literature.

While the zine closed for submissions in 2017, this collection, including award-winning stories, remains one of the best gateways to furry literature on the market.

Featuring the following works:

"Catching the Thief", by Amy Fontaine
"Review - Abandoned Places", by MisakiWolf
"Review - Huntress", by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
"Sheets and Covers", by Ocean Tigrox
"Review - Tales from the Guild", by Stefano "Mando" Zocchi
"Review - Losing My Religion", by Kris Carver
"Rhinoirceros", by Daniel Lowd
"Review - The Dog Who Spoke With Gods", by Fred Patten
"If All Your Friends", by T.C. Powell
"Sheeperfly's Lullaby", by Mary E. Lowd (2016 Ursa Major Award-nominated story)
"Review - Raven's End", by Fred Patten
"Review - In A Dog's World", by Huskyteer
"The Charitable Act of a Soft-Hearted Fool", by Slip Wolf
"Review - Inhuman Acts", by Corgi W.
"The System", by Simmer the Lizard
"Review - Thousand Leaves", by MikasiWolf
"Beast", by Frances Pauli (prequel to first book of the Hybrid Nation series)
"Re-Reading a Classic: Bambi for the Furry Writer", by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
"Promises to Keep", by Renee Carter Hall
"Carnivore Studies 101", by Inkblitz
"Interview - S. Andrew Swann", by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
"His Dog", by Frances Pauli
"The Mouse Who Was Born A Bear", by Mary E. Lowd
"Review - Coyote's In The House", by Fred Patten
"Mr. Larouz", by Coinsettia
"Review - The Seventh Chakra", by MikasiWolf
"Power", by Adrian Mabe

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