'Anthro' comeback is announced
IT LIVES! It seems that a lot of you have been under the impression that ‘Anthro’was dead. Pushing up daisies. An ex-netzine. And it’s true; given the evidence at hand, we have to admit that ‘Anthro’ certainly looked like it had assumed ambient temperature. What happened? A fair amount of personal stuff got in the editor’s way, much of which can be summarized as, ‘Man, that Real Life sure does suck sometimes, huh?
Fortunately, the suckage has stopped sucking. And that means the editor can get back to doing what he does so well – namely, producing new issues of ‘Anthro’. [cont.]
Anthro, with a mixture of fiction, poetry, comics, articles, columns, interviews, and editorials, appeared in thirty bimonthly issues from September-October 2005 to July-August 2010, then stopped updating without any word, although all issues have remained online. It was assumed to be dead, but Cubist now says that it was just dormant.
Things aren’t completely nailed down as of this writing (13 August), but we can say that current plans call for the next issue (#31) to ‘go live’ on 1 September, with succeeding issues to appear on a bimonthly schedule.
The bottom line is that in just a couple of weeks, there will be more of the new, high-quality furry material you’ve hopefully come to associate with Anthro. In the meantime, we invite you to review our 30 existing issues, all of which will remain on the ‘Net indefinitely, if the editor has anything to say about it – and he does! Thank you all for browsing Anthro.