FurEauction Newsletter for December 2001
This is a noteworthy event as that's where AnthroCon for the next few years is/was going to be held.
Click here to read the e-article from the Philadelphia Inquirer:
Quoted from The-Last-Unicorn.net:
Now The Last Unicorn will be soon a magical fantasy film - a complete new re-creation of the novel, newly rewritten for the screen by Peter S. Beagle. A worldwide movie event with outstanding actors, fantastic sets and locations, wildlife, and trained animals, seamlessly blended with computer-created, realistic creatures and fantasy worlds. We call it Magical Realism.
Mwalimu writes: I was able to access all three of these strips just now, and haven't encountered any particular difficulty over the last few days for the two I follow regularly. Fans of another strip, Wyldfire, might be interested to know that it (and its parent website, MPrints) recently moved to a new address. It can now be found at http://home.attbi.com/~mprints/wfire.html.
Kinark Outdoor Centre, Ontario, Canada
This year will be the 5th anniversary of Feral!, and it is shaping up to be the best one yet. With the backdrop of the Canadian forest and the glory of the nighttime starscape, Feral! is in a setting that's unrivalled. If the days' events don't tire you out, the nights are sure to *WOW* you. Feral! is undoubtedly an event like no other!
From alt.fan.furry, The Furry Critic writes: "Well, here 'tiz! After innumerable fits, false starts, hardware problems, software woes, and one partial nervous breakdown, My new site The Furry Critic is officially up and running! I invite everone to stop by and take a look!"
In a recient update to my previous story, an option to produce the Chronicles of Narnia in movie form has been purchased by Walden Media, owned by Cary Granat, producer of many films like the Scream movies and Halloween.