Our own Fred Patten’s Gods with Fur has just won the 2016 Cóyotl Award for Best Anthropomorphic Anthology, announced last night at the Furlandia convention in Portland. We’re so excited for him. Congratulations to Fred and all the other winners!
Below are listed the winners and nominees of the 2016 Cóyotl Awards. The winners are listed first and in bold.
- The Digital Coyote by Kris Schnee
- Black Angel by Kyell Gold
- Dog Country by Malcolm F. Cross
- Flower’s Curse by Madison Keller
- Memoirs of a Polar Bear by Yoko Tawada
- The Goat by Bill Kieffer
- Culdesac by Robert Repino
- The Time He Desires by Kyell Gold
Best Short Story
- 400 Rabbits by Alice “Huskyteer” Dryden
- A Gentleman of Strength by Dwale
- Old-Dry-Snakeskin by Ross Whitlock
- The Torch by Chris “Sparf” Williams
- Gods with Fur edited by Fred Patten
- Claw the Way to Victory edited by AnthroAquatic
- Hot Dish #2 edited by Dark End
The Best Short Story winner, “400 Rabbits” by Alice Dryden, is in Gods with Fur.
Gods with Fur has also been nominated for a 2016 Ursa Major Award. The Ursa Majors will be announced at the Anthrocon convention in Pittsburgh next month.