2020 Cóyotl Awards winners announced
The Cóyotl Awards are awarded annually by the Furry Writers' Guild to recognize excellence in anthropomorphic literature. This year there's a new award category! "Other Work", for things that exemplify the best in furry writing in a way that doesn't fit into the other categories.
- Winner: A Wizard's Guide to Defensive Baking by Ursula Vernon (writing as T. Kingfisher), published by Argyll Productions.
- Love Match: Book 3, 2013-2015, by Kyell Gold, published by Furplanet.
- Ritual of the Ancients (Changing Bodies, Book 1), by Ian Madison Keller, published by Goal Publications.
- Disbanded (Serpentia, Book 1), by Frances Pauli, published by Goal Publications.
- Winner: Rightful Salvage by Frances Pauli, published by Goal Publications.
- What Makes a Witch, by Linnea Capps, published by Weasel Press.
- Dude, Where's My Pack?, by Kyell Gold, published by Furplanet.
- Soup of the Moment: A Tale of Barsk, by Lawrence M. Schoen, published by Paper Golem.
- Winner: Selections of Anthropomorphic Regalements, Vol. 1, edited by K.C. Alpinus, and published by Goal Publications.
- Difursity: Stories by Furries of Color, edited by Weasel, published by Bound Tales Press.
- Boldly Going Forward, edited by Sean Gerace, published by Goal Publications.
- Furries Hate Nazis, edited by Kate Watts, published by Bound Tales Press.
Best Short Story
- Winner: Water by Utunu, published in The Voice of Dog podcast: Part 1 - Part 2.
- Summer Strawberries, by Mary E. Lowd, published in The Voice of Dog podcast.
- The Battler, by Cedric G! Bacon, in Furries Hate Nazis, published by Bound Tales Press.
- Nazis Should Never Be Normal, by Nathan Hopp, in Furries Hate Nazis, published by Bound Tales Press.
Best Other Work
- Winner: The Voice of Dog, a furry story podcast hosted by Khaki.
- Fox Spirit: A Two-Tailed Adventure, an interactive novel by Amy Clare Fontaine.
Congratulations to all the winners!