A Glimpse of Anthropomorphic Literature Issue 01



The inaugural issue of A Glimpse of Anthropomorphic Literature features stories of lemmings, facing love while simultaneously facing their fate; of a couple who have more troubles than shedding on the bed sheets; of a rhino who dreams of life as a sleuth; and more. It also features reviews of several works, such as: Abandoned Places by Tarl Hoch, Losing My Religion by Kyell Gold, Huntress by Renee Carter Hall, Tales from the Guild: Music to your Ears by AnthroAquatic, and The Dog who Spoke with Gods by Diane Jessup.

GoAL is an ongoing furry magazine produced by AnthroAquatic and Goal Publications. Each issue features short fiction, reviews, and articles.


Short Fiction
Catching the Thief by Amy Fontaine
Sheets and Covers by Ocean Tigrox
Rhinoirceros by Daniel Lowd
If All Your Friends by T.C. Powell

Abandoned Places by MisakiWolf
Huntress (2015) by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
Tales from the Guild: Music to your Ears by Stefano “Mando” Zocchi
Losing My Religion by Kris Carver
The Dog Who Spoke With Gods by Fred Patten

Editor: AnthroAquatic
Style:  Literary Magazine
Content:  Short Stories and Reviews
Parental Rating:  PG
Publication Date:  January 2016


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