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2011 Recommended Anthropomorphics List: October update

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The Anthropomorphic Literature and Arts Association, which administers the annual Ursa Major Awards, has updated the 2011 Anthropomorphic Reading List to include all of the titles recommended by Furry fans through the end of October. This list is often used by fans to nominate in the next year's Awards.

There are only two months left to recommend what you think is good this year. The 2011 Anthropomorphic Reading List will close on January 15, 2012, to give fans a couple of weeks to read/see works that came out at the end of December.

All fans are invited to recommend worthwhile anthropomorphic works in eleven categories (motion pictures, dramatic short films or broadcasts, novels, short fiction, other literary works, graphic stories, comic strips, magazines, websites, published illustrations, and games) first published during 2011, if they are not already on the list.

And don’t forget to nominate your choices for the 2011 Ursa Major Awards, beginning on the first day of Further Confusion 2012 (that’s January 12) to the end of February. Go to the Ursa Major Awards website in January to access the automatic nomination form.

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The links (including image links) on that page appear to be a little messed up . . . there's a "view-source" tag within them.

(If you're trying to look at something in there, just click the link and then take off everything from the "<".)

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Kay Shapero gives me the updates, and I posted this one without checking it. I don't know how Kay did that to it, but I just manually corrected every one of those errors. Corrected version is now online. Hopefully I haven't missed something.

Chakat Goldfur - UMA webmaster

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Fred (Fred Patten)read storiescontact (login required)

a retired former librarian from North Hollywood, California, interested in general anthropomorphics