Anthrocon is coming! Where Furries far and wide come together to hang out, make friends, attend panels, dance, drink too much alcohol, and spend way too much money. I am so jealous of you guys. Stupid adult responsibilities keeping me away from all the fluffies. And the fine Fluffer Nutters at Furplanet have not 1, not 5, not 12, but 24 books debuting at AC. A combination of novels, anthologies, comics, and art books from a who’s who of writers and artist.
We at Dogpatch Press now present to you an easy to follow catalogue of all that will be available. So take a look and visit the Furplanet table to support Furry Writers and Artists. Or pre-order now for those like me who can’t. I hope you find your next reading obsession soon and have a nice day.
Kadar was born into one of the lowest castes in his society—the laborers. That is, until a series of unfortunate events trapped him in the only life worse, that of an indentured servant.
Literally collared by the powerful hyena clan that holds his contract, Kadar now finds himself facing a dangerous decision.
Live as a slave, or fight for freedom.
Joined by a hyena held captive by his own kind, a guard with a grudge against the very people he works for, and an indomitable cheetah, Kadar faces an uncertain future in a land where centuries of dependence on slavery and warfare make real freedom of any kind, for any caste, a dream that might be worth dying for.
From the world of “Red Lantern.” Written and illustrated by Rukis.
Sixes Wild: Echoes by Tempe O’Kun (Mature $15.95)
Life’s not all whiskey and revelry for this bunny gunslinger. In a recent tangle, Six had cause to dynamite a lion crime lord in his silver mine. The kitty had the nerve to survive and vanish with one of the guns tied to her dead father’s spirit. A sensible hare would go to ground, lying low while she tracked down the varmint. And that’s just what she’d do, had she not stumbled into love with the local fruit bat sheriff. Love’s all well and good, but courting a gentleman when you’re no proper lady is a challenge Six never thought she would have to tackle.
All told, Frontier life is enough to trounce anybody. But then, Six Shooter has never been just any bunny.
Altered States Edited by Ajax B. Coriander (Mature $19.95)
Werewolves, shapeshifters, and stranger things can be found here; their bodies and minds twisting as they enter into various Altered States of being. This anthology is a celebration of transformation and transmutation in many different flavors. From a wife who wants her husband to find a new appreciation for the moon, to a soldier infected with an alien virus, to military experiments which have gone horribly wrong. (Or perhaps very right…) Altered States contains nine transformation themed stories to titillate and inspire all those who love the idea of shape changing and altered vistas. After all, who’s afraid of a little change?
Finishing Touches by Ianus J. Wolf
A Mile In Their Paws by Richard Coombs
Leverage by Ajax B. Coriander
On Common Ground by Whyte Yoté
Corp Values by Apollo Wolf
The Wicked World of Charles Jacklyn by Roland Jovaik
The Wander Inn by Nogitsune Faux
Papa Panda and the Selfie by Kodiak Malone
Weapon by James L. Steele
Cover art and interior illustrations by Kuma; Edited by Ajax B. Coriander, Kodiak Malone, and Andres Cyanni Halden.
Gods with Fur Edited by Fred Patten (General $19.95)
From the very beginning, mankind has found the divine in the shape of animals from across the world. Deities such as Ganesha, Coyote, Anubis, and The Monkey King—even Zeus took to the wing from time to time. In ancient Egyptian deserts, misty Central American rainforests, and across wind swept tundra, man has forever told stories of gods with fur, feathers, scales, or tusks.
Gods With Fur features twenty-three new stories of divine animals working their will upon the land. You may recognize gods such as Bastet, while other stories see authors working in their familiar worlds, such as M. R. Anglin’s Silver Foxes books or Kyell Gold’s Forester University books. Others are set in new worlds where the anthropomorphic gods have tales to tell us. We are proud to present this new furry view of divinity.
400 Rabbits by Alice “Huskyteer” Dryden
Contract Negotiations by Field T. Mouse
On the Run from Isofell by M. R. Anglin
To the Reader… by Alan Loewen
First Chosen by BanWynn Oakshadow
All Of You Are In Me by Kyell Gold
Yesterday’s Trickster by NightEyes DaySpring
The Gods of Necessity by Jefferson Swycaffer
The Precession of the Equinoxes by Michael H. Payne
Deity Theory by James L. Steele
Questor’s Gambit by Mary E. Lowd
Fenrir’s Saga by Televassi
The Three Days of the Jackal by Samuel C. Conway
A Melody in Seduction’s Arsenal by Slip-Wolf
Adversary’s Fall by MikasiWolf
As Below, So Above by Mut
Wings of Faith by Kris Schnee
The Going Forth of Uadjet by Frances Pauli
That Exclusive Zodiac Club by Fred Patten
Three Minutes To Midnight by Killick
A Day With No Tide by Watts Martin
Repast (A Story of Aligare) by Heidi C. Vlach
Origins by Michael D. Winkle
Roar Vol. 7 Edited by Mary E. Lowd (General $19.95)
Welcome to a LEGENDARY volume of ROAR! That’s right, the theme for the seventh volume is legend, and it will take you on a journey from a fortune teller’s bamboo hut to the end of the world in the coils of a dead snake god, back in time to the Cretaceous and then up to the stars. You’ll meet tigers and cranes practicing Kung Fu, a singing frog, a gambling pigeon, a rap-star bearded dragon, a rhinoceros who’s friends with a goat, and several creatures you’ve probably never seen before.
Crouching Tiger, Standing Crane by Kyla Chapek
The Frog Who Swallowed the Moon by Renee Carter Hall
The Torch by Chris “Sparf” Williams
A Rock Among Millions by Skunkbomb
The Pigeon Who Wished For Golden Feathers by Corgi W.
Unbalanced Scales by Bill Kieffer
Reason by Heidi C. Vlach
Old-Dry-Snakeskin by Ross Whitlock
Kitsune Tea by E.A. Lawrence
A Touch of Magic by John B. Rosenman
Long Time I Hunt by Erin Lale
The Butterfly Effect by Jay “Shirou” Coughlan
The Roar by John Giezentanner
Trust by TJ
The Golden Flowers by Priya Sridhar
A Thousand Dreams by Amy Fontaine
Puppets by Ellis Aen
Cover art by Kadath, Edited by Mary E. Lowd
Comics/ Graphic Novels:
Blacklight #4 Art and Story by Roz Gibson (Mature $5.95)
In this, the penultimate chapter of Blacklight, Jack Salem and his reluctant partner John Smith find themselves among avian revolutionaries, who are not happy to see them! Meanwhile, Custer and the rest of Jack’s pursuers are stuck in Florida, running into trouble of their own as they try to track him down. Will they be able to catch up with Jack before he’s gone again?
City of Ice #4 Art and Story by Roz Gibson (Mature $9.95)
The plan to kidnap the mind-reader Nemo was successful, but victory came at a terrible price. The hospital is in ruins, collapsed onto the level underneath, taking hundreds of innocent victims to their death. A gaping hole fractures the overhead dome, allowing sub-zero weather to pour into the city and turning the inhabitant’s already precarious existence into a fight against the elements. While Reezon tries to convince the enigmatic telepath Nemo to help him, the council chairmen will stop at nothing to get Nemo back and punish those responsible for the kidnapping. And there are reasons people in the city would rather suicide rather than face the chairmen’s fury…
The Luck of Fools Vol. 4 Art and Story by ArtDecade (Mature $14.95)
Three friends are on a journey of adventure, intrigue, and sex. Well, two friends, and the human they’ve tricked into being their accomplice.
But with magic, murder, and misadventure ahead of the, even these fools will need luck on their side.
Meatier Showers: Bulge Indulge
The Pleasure Principle: Part 1
Predators of Kilimanjaro
The Suburban Jungle: Rough Housing #04
University Tails Vol. 4
Artdecade Monthly Collection 2013
Coffee Stains Vol. 4: Frappe Frappe Frappe
Dirty Animals Vol. 2
Milestones (2007-2012 Artbook)
Stoatally Art Vol 2
Tsampikos Folio 2016
War Hound (Hardcover and soft)