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A Glimpse of Anthropomorphic Literature

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The print version of A Glimpse of Anthropomorphic Literature contains all three issues of Goal Publications' webzine of the same name, featuring short stories of a wide variety of genres, reviews of some well-known and unknown furry stories, and more. ...more
Published November 12th 2016 by Goal Publications
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Jako Malan
Dec 22, 2016 rated it really liked it
GOAL was originally published as a quarterly digest. The impression I got, now reading it for the first time, is that it was not intended to be an anthology in the traditional sense. Rather, it was to be a kind of showcase. (Or perhaps an introduction to the world of furry literature.)

This is clear from the fact that it contains not only short pieces of fiction, but also reviews, an essay and an interview. There is even a tiny stick-figure fox proclaiming "Hurray for furry writing!" in there, a
Dec 28, 2020 rated it really liked it
An easy read that helps those interested in anthropomorphic reading and writing get a taste for what it is like, to also include some book reviews for this genre. It reads in short chapters since it is a combination of previously published anthro periodicals. Very interesting!
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