The other day I stepped outside the elevator to find one standing just outside, peering through the windows. I could see the poor creature was in distress, trying to comprehend what was happening…
We take a look at Joe Strike‘s long-awaited book on furry fandom! Is it the ultimate go-to book for fandom explaining? Pretty much!
The Ursa Major Awards 2016, the furry fandom’s trophies for excellence in animal anthropomorphics, are presented at Anthrocon this year. We take a look at what they are, and why you should care!
We delve into Fred Patten‘s legacy, as one of the founding fathers of the furry fandom! Also, we take a look at his latest book, ‘Furry Fandom Conventions, 1989 – 2015’, a volume bursting with furry history!
The fable is probably the oldest literary form of animal anthropomorphism that exists, present in writings, but also of immense oral tradition. It appears in all cultures and societies, old and new, with a universal appeal and usefulness that never goes out of style. In this article we go through the history of the fable, from the beginnings to the present. Furry is certainly not only a current and passing interest!