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New webzine to be launched

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A new furry-themed online magazine focusing on fiction will be launching later this year. From the website:

Claw & Quill: Modern Fables aims to be a professionally-presented web magazine of speculative fiction and related articles/commentary. Specifically, C&Q is looking for stories that involve animals in a fantastic--used in the literary sense--manner. This could be stories from an animal point of view like Watership Down, the "animal people" of Cordwainer Smith's stories and Steve Gallacci's comics, or the lyrical magic realism of Ursula K. LeGuin’s "Buffalo Gals, Won't You Come Out Tonight."

The webzine is looking for both authors and artists willing to do story illustrations, as well as artists willing to submit already-finished work as "cover art" on the front page. More information, including submission guidelines, is available at the website, <>.


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Chipotle (Watts Martin)read storiescontact (login required)

a writer, web developer and Coyote from Silicon Valley, CA, interested in writing and cocktails

Coyotl-award winning author of Kismet, Indigo Rain, and other furry stories. Former president of the Furry Writers' Guild. Greymuzzle. Pronouns: he/they.