The staffAnthros editor in chief, aka tyrannical overlord (or is that the other way around?), is a lifelong devotee of science fiction, comicbooks, roleplaying games, and overall geekitude named Quentin Long. His website Quentins List is an online resource for writers who would like to hone their skills, and he creates posters and T-shirts under the working name Graphic Descriptions. In addition, Long co-edited the bimonthly webzine TSAT (main and mirror sites; online forum; and mall) from #19 (Dec. 2001/Jan. 2002) to #48, its final issue. Of particular note, for the furry community, is the fact that TSAT was a twice-a-year fixture in the Recommended Anthropomorphics List, appearing in the categories Best Short Fiction, Best Novel, and/or Best Fanzine.
Each issue of Anthro is lovingly assembled, by Long, on a Pismo model G3 PowerBook (500-mHz G3, 1 GB RAM, MacOS 9.2.2), using Adobe GoLive 5.0 for HTMLish stuff and Adobe Photoshop 6.0 for all things graphical. Once its done (for a suitably inclusive value of done), Panic Softwares Transmit 1.6 is the app with which Long uploads all files to Anthros host server.
The Anthro house font is ITC Avant Garde Bold. Long uses this typeface straight for titles, and he Photoshops the bejeezus out of it for (zine, column, and other) logos.
The Easter eggs