At this year’s WonderCon in Anaheim, we had the honor of meeting Knave Murdock and joining them on a panel discussion of LGBTQ-themed furry comics over the decades. Knave is the creator of the comic book TransCat. What’s it about? “TransCat is a transgender superhero who fights evil and doesn’t afraid of anything! Follow TransCat on her adventures as she goes to school, hangs out with friends, goes on dates, and saves the world from the forces of darkness!” All with the help of her magical cat-hat. Visit the official web site to find out all about it — or, look for the paper version where-ever indie comic books are sold.
Name that Artist contest!Posted by Anon on Wed 14 Mar 2001 - 09:10
How many furry artists can you identify? Win a sketchbook!
Contest ends March 28.
"Watch the Birdie" gets a whole new meaningPosted by Feren on Mon 12 Mar 2001 - 09:49
While it's nothing new to have a camera pointed at wildlife, this article from CNN details a slightly new take on things.
Southern Africa doesn't have to cull elephant herds...Posted by Feren on Mon 12 Mar 2001 - 09:33
In a BBC news article last week, it was reported that elephant breeding rates are determined by their environment.
New Art Show Director Announced for ConifurPosted by Anon on Sun 11 Mar 2001 - 20:57
Conifur Northwest is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Romanek, aka Shandower, as the 2001 Conifur Northwest Art Show Director. Matt will be taking over the reins from Rich Chandler who did a fantastic job for the first three years of our convention before deciding to move in a different direction.
SFA Book Submission Guidelines UpPosted by Micah on Sun 11 Mar 2001 - 10:59
Shanda Fantasy Arts now has guidelines up for submitting art, stories and comics to four of their books. Mel. White's the accepting editor. SFA pays, so artists and writers, check it out!
Name of Proposed Moderated Newsgroup AnnouncedPosted by Xydexx on Fri 9 Mar 2001 - 14:00
Kay Shapero announced on alt.fan.furry that the name of the proposed moderated newsgroup will be rec.arts.anthropomorphic.
Voting on the name of the newsgroup closed March 6, with a total of 55 votes. The votes were distributed as follows:
Member of the Vulpine Commons gives UK Commons sign of approvalPosted by Feren on Thu 8 Mar 2001 - 16:33
If you want to see how much vulpes vulpes appreciated the UK government's vote for a ban on fox hunting with dogs (Or maybe it's just nature's sense of irony at work), visit the BBC News article about a fox that was found sleeping on top of a filing cabinet in the UK's House of Commons.
FurEcard LaunchesPosted by Aureth on Thu 8 Mar 2001 - 00:07
From Kurst on alt.fan.furry: "...FurEcard is a free web site that specializing in providing tools for
furry artists to build their own customizable free email card site! In
minutes an artist can have his or her own branded web site..." The site also incorporates a picture gallery site featuring "...html templates and a thumbnail engine..." Looks promising. Anyone put it to use?
New Furry Serial NovelPosted by Aureth on Wed 7 Mar 2001 - 18:39
Simba Wiltz has begun serializing his furry novel, Mainframe at this website. The last time I read a serialized work on the web was probably Regan Pylman's Tails of the City, which was actually quite good (Blue Horizon isn't really a serialized novel as much as it is a collection of related short stories). Has anyone had a chance to read the inital chapters of Mainframe?
Flayrah.com Code UpdatePosted by Aureth on Wed 7 Mar 2001 - 18:26
Some of you may have notices subtle changes around the website; we're now running the latest version of PHPNuke. In the process, I've also updated the FAQ. Next on my list of things to do is to implement the reviews manager portion of the code, and update the Cornwuff Press website.
The Future of the Written WordPosted by Aureth on Mon 5 Mar 2001 - 20:58
I'm still rescuing some content intended for Fuzzy Logic #10. The following is an article by Allen Kitchen on the future of publishing--specifically the advent of print-on-demand publishers, and e-books. Read on...
Worldcon Rate HikePosted by Micah on Mon 5 Mar 2001 - 15:40
For those of you considering attending the annual Worldcon this year, MilPhilCon, note that the membership rates have been raised to $170. Another hike will go into effect May 31st. Hotel information is also now available.
Anyone planning on going to the con? Drop notes in the comments if so!
Academy of Anthropomorphic Arts and Sciences breaks ground.Posted by Anon on Sun 4 Mar 2001 - 22:28
A brand new arts association has been created, dedicated to public education about the anthropomorphic arts. The Academy of Anthropomorphic Arts and Sciences homepage at www.furshrine.org broke ground last month and a call for charter members was announced by the Academys creator Eric Stout. "We need charter members with experence in the anthropomorphic arts community to help us get off on the right foot".
It is hoped that this body will serve as both a educational forum for the public and a resource to the artists themselves. Come check out the website as they get off the ground.
Blue Horizon Website MovePosted by Aureth on Sun 4 Mar 2001 - 15:42
From Ted Blasingame on alt.fan.furry: "I have registered a new domain specifically for various fur projects to free
up space on my Blasingame.net domain for other non-fur related interests. The BLUE HORIZON website has been moved to FurStuff.com and is already
The new URL for Blue Horizon is: http://www.furstuff.com/users/horizon/. Our mirror site is located at http://www.blasingame.drewscriver.net/
Kalahari Raptor CenterPosted by Micah on Fri 2 Mar 2001 - 08:45
One of our members helps maintain the web page for the Kalahari Raptor Center, which is how I found out about this sanctuary. There are plenty of splendid photographs of the birds of prey and small mammals that make their home at the Center, so even if it's unlikely you'll visit anytime soon, you can still check out the animals.
earthfurst — 49 min 6 sec ago
earthfurst — 1 hour 5 min ago
earthfurst — 1 hour 38 min ago
earthfurst — 1 hour 51 min ago