ANTHRO #18: Table of contents


Just One Story
by Lida Broadhurst
A ‘just so’ story for the modern mother

Prodigal Son
by Phil Geusz
Families shouldn’t be stress-tested to destruction

Starting Over
by Christian O’Kane
A hunter’s most difficult quarry has no fixed body

The Last Miranda
by Bill ‘Hafoc’ Rogers
Love conquers almost all…

Exotic Pet
by James Steele
It’s a universal law: Opposites attract


Behind the Sofa
Phil Geusz interviews Sofawolf Press’ Jeff Eddy and Tim Susman


Through the Looking-Glass
by Michæl W. Bard
A Newbie at Anthrocon: A fan of little experience at a big con

Down the Rabbit Hole
by Phil Geusz
Not One of Us!: Just because you’re paranoid…

Reality Soundbites
by Keith Morrison
If I Ran the Zoo…: Who’s in charge, and how do they stay there?

The Red King’s Dream
by Wanderer Werewolf
The Law Says You’re an Ass: What contemporary law says about anthros


From the Editor’s Maw
by Quentin Long
Talk to the Wing: A few words on interspecies communications


Zebra Girl
by Joe England
The Return of Broadshoulders

by John Prengaman, Jr.
Home Away From Home


Fred Patten reviews…

Nightworld, by Brian Carter
Badgers are the battleground between tradition and modernity
The Aphorisms of Kherishdar,
by M. C. A. Hogarth
Twenty-five glimpses of an intriguingly alien culture
The Jacques and Cleo: Cat Detectives series,
by Gilbert Morris
Three ‘cat detective’ novels with a Christian motif
DreamKeepers: Flight to Starfall,
by David Lillie and Liz Thomas
Lillie’s and Thomas’ second Dreamkeepers collection
A Taste for Rabbit,
by Linda Zuckerman
Is it ethical to eat sentient meat?
The Heir of Mistmantle,
by M. I. McAllister
The third book of the Mistmantle Chronicles
Whortle’s Hope,
by Robin Jarvis
The second book in the Deptford Mouselets trilogy
Time to Smell the Roses,
by Michael Hoeye
Fourth novel in the Hermux Tantamoq series


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