ANTHRO #16 has left the runway...
http://anthrozine.com -- the zine proper
http://astore.amazon.com/anthrozine-20 -- The ANTHRO Mall!
http://www.lulu.com/cubist -- ANTHRO Press: We got books!
http://www.zazzle.com/cubist* -- Graphic Descriptions: We got posters and t-shirts, too!
Quentin 'Cubist' Long here. I bear good news: The obstacle which prevented me from publishing ANTHROlogy TWO is no more! I've a bit of work yet to do... but now I *can* do that work, so it's all good. Even better: ANTHRO #16 lives! And, like, it's *online*, too! This issue's cover is SLUMBER PARTY, by the estimable Heather Bruton. I thought "Dang, that's good" at first sight, and I'm sure you will, too!
And what's on the *inside* of this issue? Well...= STORIES =
SOMETHING ABOUT HAWKS, by David R. Addleman (illustrated by Cubist): Whether by birth or by acts, greatness is greatness.
THE DESTROYER, by Bill 'Hafoc' Rogers: Prophecy, like gods, moves in mysterious ways.
THE WARRIOR, a TBP tale by Felix Sagittarius: Good men *can* triumph over evil.
A LETTER HOME, by Kris Schnee (illustrated by Cubist): One should always choose one’s profession with care.
= COMICS =
ZEBRA GIRL, by Joe England: Date with a demon.
SANDUSKY, by John Pergaman, Jr.: Awakenings (rude and otherwise).
= POETRY =
THE LAST ONE, by Kristine Ong Muslim: Longevity is not always a boon.
= COLUMNS =
THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, by Michael W. Bard: It’s the personal touch that does it.
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, by Phil Geusz: How bad *do* you want furries?
REALITY SOUNDBITES, by Keith Morrison: A fascinating topic indeed...
THE RED KING'S DREAM, by Wanderer Werewolf: An introduction to medieval law.
= REVIEWS =
SEEN WHILE PROWLING, by Fred Patten: The CFO's founder reviews JONATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL, by Richard Bach; CLOSER TO THE VOID: OZY AND MILLIE, 2006-2007, by D. C. Simpson; A MARRIAGE OF INSECTS, by Bard Bloom; NEW TECHNICOLOR DREAMS, by Will A. Sanborn; KOCKROACH, by Tyler Koch; A DOEMAIN OF OUR OWN, VOL. 2, SHIFT HAPPENS, by Susan Rankin; THE HERO, by Teiran; and THE CAT MASTER, by Bonnie Pemberton.
= EDITORIALS =
FROM THE EDITOR'S MAW, by Quentin Long: A usually-ignored wellspring of drama
See you next issue!