Way back in May 2006, I wrote a little piece called “The State of the Furry Zine.”
This is a somewhat informal update to that survey.
No matter what kind of work you create, thought needs to go into where you’ll publish it. Writers have more to consider; each site handles text differently. Print publications still carry a different weight for writing, as do e-books; there’s a quantifiable difference between having your story read as a Fur Affinity post versus on a Kindle. But has the web won?
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.