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Site update: ANTHRO hits a milestone!

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http://anthrozine.com -- the zine proper
http://www.lulu.com/cubist -- ANTHRO Press: We got books!
http://www.zazzle.com/cubist* -- Graphic Descriptions: We got posters and t-shirts, too!
http://astore.amazon.com/anthrozine-20 -- The ANTHRO Mall

Quentin 'Cubist' Long here, announcing yet another new issue of ANTHRO. Except that 'yet another' isn't quite accurate, because *this* issue is the zine's *twenty-fifth*! You can think of it as reaching the quarter-century mark, or four full years of existence plus the start of the fifth; either way, there just aren't a lot of furzines that can lay claim to the milestone of a 25th issue... but ANTHRO is now a member of that elite group! Should anyone feel like expressing their appreciation in a concrete manner, the URLs at the top of this message await you. Alternately, you could donate cash or subscribe to the zine [ http://anthrozine.com/site/support.html ], or buy some ANTHRO-recommended furry tales [ http://anthrozine.com/site/support.books.1.html ]. At any rate, it's the 25th issue of ANTHRO! And to commemorate the occasion, we've put together a couple of items slightly beyond the ordinary.

Special feature number one: We've assembled all 24 of our past covers into a comprehensive gallery! It's the whole gang -- everything from LEOMORPHIC DA VINCI (#1) to ANTHRO PEACE (#24) -- and they've been lovingly arranged into a colorful 5x5 array with the center filled by ANTHRO's "big A" logo. And the cover of ANTHRO #25 is the only place you can see it in all its glory!

Special feature number two: PREDATION: THE BOARD GAME! Inspired by the KEVIN & KELL webcomic, PREDATION is a two-player game which reflects and embodies many aspects of the predator/prey relationship. We've got the complete rules and board (a downloadable, printable, high-resolution image); and if you have an Othello/Reversi set, you already have the game pieces. We hope you'll enjoy playing PREDATION!

= STORIES =

TRICKS OF THE LIGHT, by Michæl Bergey (prequel to NEW COYOTE!): If you didn’t want the answer, why ask the question?
LAGRANGE, by Phil Geusz: Some have greatness thrust upon them; for others, it’s feathers
MYTHIC JOURNEYS, by Michæl W. Bard (Part 7 of 8): Life’s a *****, and then you die—but not always in that order

= COMICS =

ZEBRA GIRL, by Joe England: There and back again
SANDUSKY, by John Prengaman, Jr.: Home is where the Whoppers (TM) are

= POETRY =

SONNET FOR A BROKEN FRIEND, by Cubist: Hurtful or no, it needed to be said

= COLUMNS =

THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, by Michael W. Bard: A case study in pitfalls to avoid
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, by replacement rabbit Kris Schnee: Freedom for all is good… right?
REALITY SOUNDBITES, by Keith Morrison: What’s not there is as important as what is
THE RED KING'S DREAM, by Wanderer Werewolf: Some words on expressing one’s inmost expressions

= REVIEWS =

SEEN BY ANOTHER SENTIENT, by Michael W. Bard: Review of World Enough, and Time, by James Kahn

= EDITORIALS =

FROM THE EDITOR'S MAW, by Quentin Long: Words of wisdom for all storytellers

See you next issue!

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