ANTHRO #4 is online!
Quentin 'Cubist' Long here with good (and, hopefully, expected) news: ANTHRO #4 (the March/April issue) is online -- no thanks to the dod-rotted weather we're having these days! The cover by Holly Ann depicts a sentiment that we're sure will bring a smile to quite a few people's faces... Other than that, we've tweaked the zine a bit since last time around. The most obvious change? "In This Issue", a new thingie at the top of the navigation menu. Click on it, and you'll get a comprehensive listing of *everything* in the issue, complete with descriptive blurbs for each item.
As well, we've more than doubled the number of books we're recommending in our "Support" section, from 40 to a total of 87; these books cover a range from Richard Adams (WATERSHIP DOWN), to L. Frank Baum (the OZ books), to K. D. Wentworth (BLACK ON BLACK), and then some! We invite you to browse our "Support" section, and if any of the books strike you as enticing, feel free to click on through to Amazon.com and buy it. A good read will be yours, and ANTHRO will get a bit of cash from Amazon.com -- in other words, everyone benefits! Or if your library is large enough already, why not take a look at ANTHRO's posters and T-shirts? Or you could just make a donation, or even subscribe.
= STORIES =
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, by Michael Bard (illustrated by Cubist): Greed is eternal, even beyond the stars’ burning out...
FULL IMMERSION, by Phil Geusz (illustrated by Cubist): You can’t choose your family -- right?
The final installment of THE HUMAN MEMOIRS, by G. Howell (illustrated by Cubist): Only a fool would fight with nothing to fight for.
WORTHLESS, by Saia Keferr (illustrated by Cubist): Peacetime or wartime, a soldier is always dangerous.
= COMICS =
CASTLE HORSETOOTH, written and drawn by Oren Otter and Eala Dubh: The concert’s final movement was almost a *final* movement! Do check out *all* the CASTLE HORSETOOTH pages; there are some interesting additional strips starting near the beginning...
= POETRY =
MAMMAL DREAMS, by Tom Zimmerman (illustrated by Cubist): A slice of life -- raw and uncut.
= FACT ARTICLE =
THE FIRST FURRY ANTHOLOGY FOR THE MAINSTREAM, by Fred Patten: A few words on the genesis of FURRY!: THE WORLD'S BEST ANTHROPOMORPHIC FICTION, from its editor.
= INTERVIEWS =
'TIS THE VOICE OF THE COCKROACH...: Phil Geusz interviews Samuel "Uncle Kage" Conway!
= REVIEWS =
SEEN WHILE PROWLING, by Fred Patten: The CFO's founder reviews SHAKESPEARE'S CAT, by Malcolm Willits; HAYDN OF MARS and SEBASTIAN OF MARS, by Al Sarrantonio; FLEABEE'S FORTUNE, by Robin Jarvis; and the WARRIORS series, by Erin Hunter.
= COLUMN =
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, by Phil Geusz: A disquietingly good look at furdom.
= EDITORIALS =
FROM THE EDITOR'S MAW, by Quentin Long: Things to do in honor of the season
THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, by Michael W. Bard: Who’s afraid of *being* the Big, Bad Wolf?
See you next issue!
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