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ANTHRO #2 is online!

Edited by GreenReaper as of Sat 10 Dec 2011 - 14:44
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Quentin 'Cubist' Long here, letting you know that ANTHRO #2 is online for your reading pleasure -- in more ways than one! We've chosen a select variety of furry novels that you can buy through, and if you *do* that, ANTHRO will recieve a percentage of the purchase price. We get a bit of cash, and you get a good reading experience. Is that a win-win situation, or what? If this appeals to you, click on SUPPORT in the navigation menu, then on the "buy a book" link. If it doesn't appeal to you, just keep in mind that any money we get from this will go to ANTHRO's contributing artists and writers.
Speaking of artists, the first thing you'll see in this issue is a darn fine cover by Lucius Appaloosius! And on the inside, we've got a nicely extensive lineup...= STORIES =

BECOMING A PATROLSENTIENT, by Michael Bard (illustrated by Cubist): What can a centaur do when his duty conflicts with his duty?
THE AKASALA RUN, by Michael Brenner (illustrated by Cubist): Life's a *****, and she likes it just fine...
A LEFT-HANDED SWORD, by Phil Geusz (illustrated by Cubist): A tale of peaceful death and idyllic life in a small town.
The second installment of THE HUMAN MEMOIRS, by G. Howell (illustrated by the author): On an alien Earth, battle lines are drawn.
LAST DAY IN ARCADIA, by Paul Sheringham (illustrated by Cubist): Ancient of days in a changing world...


CASTLE HORSETOOTH, written and drawn by Oren Otter and Eala Dubh: The baker's insidious plot unfolds!


BOA GIRL, by Tom Zimmerman (illustrated by Cubist): "For the female of the species in more deadly than the male"...


RISE OF THE FURBOTS, by Kris Schnee (illustrated by T. L. Schneider): Why the first *practical* robots will be furries.


SEEN WHILE PROWLING, by Fred Patten: The CFO's founder reviews printed collections of two webcomics by Ralph E. Hayes, Jr. (NIP & TUCK and TALES OF THE QUESTOR); THE TALE OF THE SWAMP RAT, by Carter Crocker; and LIONBOY, by Zizou corder.


DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, by Phil Geusz: Phil explores a dream that's within our grasp.


FROM THE EDITOR'S MAW, by Quentin Long: A definition of 'furry' we can all live with.
THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, by Michael W. Bard: Don't let these flaws happen to *your* furry stories!

See you next issue!


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