A Glimpse of Anthropomorphic Literature Issue 03



Our third and final issue of A Glimpse of Anthropomorphic Literature features a prey-species instructor teaching carnivore history to predators; a bear who doesn’t feel comfortable in her own body; a family’s traditions torn apart by the corporate world; and more. This issue also features an interview with author S. Andrew Swann, as well as reviews of Seventh Chakra by Kevin Frane and Coyote’s in the House by Elmore Leonard.

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


Short Fiction
Promises to Keep by Renee Carter Hall
Carnivor Studies 101 by Inkblitz
His Dog by Frances Pauli
The Mouse Who Was Born a Bear by Mary E. Lowd
Mr. Larouz by Coinsettia
Power by Arian Mabe

Reviews and Articles
Interview with S. Andrew Swann by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
Coyote’s in the House Review by Fred Patten
The Seventh Chakra Review by MikasiWolf

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


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