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ANTHRO #7 is online!

Edited by GreenReaper as of Sat 10 Dec 2011 - 14:44
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Quentin 'Cubist' Long here, once again trumpting the good news: The latest issue of ANTHRO is online for your reading, and viewing, pleasure! This is, of course, the zine's seventh issue, which means it's our first anniversary. And in honor of the occasion, we've got some distinctly remarkable items -- including a story from an honest-to-God member of the Science Fiction Writers of America, Richard K. Lyon! There's also a TBP story by someone named Quentin Long; the way we see it, an anniversary issue is a perfectly good excuse for an editor to be a little self-indulgent... In addition, Phil Geusz managed the difficult feat of writing a furry story which doesn't have *any* anthropomorphic characters in it. How the heck is this *possible*, you ask? Well, you'll just have to read it to find out, won't you?
And that's not all: We've got an interview with Bill Holbrook, the creator of the KEVIN AND KELL webcomic! We've also started the ANTHRO Library, a comprehensive listing of furry stories which will eventually include *all* anthropomorphic books, complete with links as/when possible, just in case you feel like acquiring your own copies of any of the listed books. The Library's inaugural wing is a compendium of feline novels, courtesy of Fred Patten, and we invite all our readers to help enlarge the stacks. [TBP] Everyone can use a little help now and then.

NEW YORK VS. GREAT APE, by Richard K. Lyon (illustrated by Cubist): Science and the law make for strange bedfellows…

Part 3 of A TALE OF SAND AND ICE, the Metamor Keep serial by Charles Matthias (illustrated by Cubist): In which Nature’s power is made manifest.

GREAT AND SMALL, by Lone Primate (illustrated by Cubist): A sad tale of goodness thwarted—right?


ZEBRA GIRL, by Joe England: Dying on stage.


GUESS WHO'S COMING AS DINNER: Phil Geusz interviews Bill Holbrook.




FROM THE EDITOR'S MAW, by Quentin Long: About a peculiar form of reality-denial.


DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, by Phil Geusz: Laying bare a key secret of furdom


SEEN WHILE PROWLING, by Fred Patten: The CFO's founder reviews A DOEMAIN OF OUR OWN, by Susan Rankin; VOLLE & PENDANT OF FORTUNE, by Kyell Gold; CREATURA, by Paul Lucas; FANGS OF K'AATH II: GUARDIANS OF LIGHT, by Paul Kidd; MILK TREADING and THE KITTY KILLER CULT, by Nick Smith; and DRAGON CHAMPION, by E. E. Knight.

See you next issue!


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