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November 2005

WikiFur starts 2000th article

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This Sunday WikiFur - the furry encyclopedia - celebrated the creation of its 2000th article. Founded on 24 July, WikiFur has quickly become one of the most comprehensive sites for furry information on the net, with over 350,000 words of content. More than 23,000 edits have been made since its inception. It remains freely editable by all.

New fiction archive opens beta for NaNoWriMo

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An ambitious new furry fiction archive, FurRag, has made its current beta state available to the public to aid the furry participants of NaNoWriMo and offer an introduction to the rapidly developing functionalities.

ANTHRO #2 is online!

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Quentin 'Cubist' Long here, letting you know that ANTHRO #2 is online for your reading pleasure -- in more ways than one! We've chosen a select variety of furry novels that you can buy through, and if you *do* that, ANTHRO will recieve a percentage of the purchase price. We get a bit of cash, and you get a good reading experience. Is that a win-win situation, or what? If this appeals to you, click on SUPPORT in the navigation menu, then on the "buy a book" link. If it doesn't appeal to you, just keep in mind that any money we get from this will go to ANTHRO's contributing artists and writers.
Speaking of artists, the first thing you'll see in this issue is a darn fine cover by Lucius Appaloosius! And on the inside, we've got a nicely extensive lineup...

FWA Newsletter

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The official newsletter of Furry Weekend Atlanta
November 2005

In this issue...
- Meet Our Charity Organization
- Art Show
- Conbook Submissions
- Attention Dealers
- Reserve Your Room Online
- Volunteers Needed


Meet Our Charity Organization: The Ellijay Wildlife Rehabilitation Sanctuary

The Ellijay Wildlife Rehabilitation Sanctuary is a 50-acre facility that medically cares for all species of orphaned and injured wildlife indigenous to Georgia and the southeast. It began 30 years ago when a young boy named Craig Cylke began rescuing and caring for injured animals that he found in the wild. It wasn’t long before the surrounding community learned that Craig would take care of any wild animals in need that were brought to him. Today, the sanctuary is a state and federally licensed facility that remains under the guidance of Craig and his wife, Debbie who are both certified in wildlife rehabilitation.

To date, the sanctuary’s dedicated staff has educated over 100,000 children and adults through on-site course offerings, summer camps, and mobile education programs. It is their hope that through environmental education, schools, churches, civic groups and families will come to learn about the “Circle of Life” –realizing that if we all help to take care of "mother nature,” she in turn will take care of us.

Furry Weekend Atlanta hosted Ellijay in 2005 and was proud to have them returning to visit us again in 2006! Furry Weekend attendees donated almost $3,000 to the Sanctuary in 2005 and we are looking forward to shattering that record again in 2006!

Ontario man believed killed by wolves in Saskatchewan

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RCMP in Saskatchewan are reporting the first suspected death of a human in North America by wolves in more than a century.

The Mounties say wolves likely killed an Ontario man in northern Saskatchewan earlier this week. The body of the 22-year-old was found Tuesday at Points North Landing near Wollaston Lake, about 450 kilometres northeast of La Ronge.


Upcoming furry comics for January 2006 (Previews only)

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As all know, "Doodles" wrote to on Sun, 6 Nov 2005 13:36:43 -0800:


Click on Read more for the comics listings:

New issue of Tai-Pan available

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Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe #40 is available now! The issue will be available soon from Rabbit Valley and Second Ed, or can be purchased at Midwest Furfest, or can be ordered directly from the publisher at the Tai-Pan website.

FC2006 November Newsletter

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Winter draws nigh, and the great beasts shall sleep
But we shall putter away in our mysterious keep
For we scurrying creatures have so much to do
Before we can bring our convention to you --
And you may not know it, but you can lend a paw too.

For our convention is not run by magic, oh no;
Only with your aid shall it continue to grow.
If you are cunning like the fox, swift like the hare,
Stout like the ox, or smarter than the average bear,
Then lo, come forth!  Bring your bids to the table!
And perhaps next time you'll be part of the fable...

In this issue:
1.  An Important Message From AAE
2.  Hotel Room Block Issues
3.  Pre-Registration Closing Soon
4.  FC2005 DVD update
5.  FCTV Submissions
6.  Furry Night Live
7.  Parking for FC
8.  Extreme Fursuit Makeover, Season 2: Transformation!
9.  FC Weapons Policy
10. FC2006 Dance Lineup
11. Fursuit Badge Submissions
12. Panels of Note
13. Next Public Meeting

Morphicon November 2005 Newsletter

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The Ides of November are once again at hand, and with them comes the Morphicon November Newsletter...

This Month's Contents:

Yay for Ferrets!
Schedule of Upcoming Events
2006 T-Shirt Contest
Atomic Battle of DOOM!
Artists' Activities
On the Horizon

ANTHRO art for sale

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Quentin 'Cubist' Long here, announcing that the covers of the first two issues of Anthro are available as posters. Want to put Leomorphic Da Vinci (the cover of #1) or Straightaway! (the cover of #2) up on your wall? Now you can!

A new book appears like magic...

Your rating: None Average: 5 (1 vote) Publishing has produced a new title for everyone that loves anthropomorphic wolves. Our Mortal Days by Elizabeth Blackson, with cover art from Marie Tary, delves into a fantasy world were tribes of wolves battle for their lives, and magic is a way of life.

Purchasing information and a preview are available from

Rocket City FurMeet Pre-Registration

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On-line pre-registration for RCFM: The 4th Dimension is now available. Please go to our web site at and click Registration. Our web site also has information about our many wonderful guests so be sure to check them out when you visit our web site.

If you have any trouble with the on-line registration form, please let the Web Tiger know by sending him an email at