2020 Cóyotl Award Nominees

The Furry Writers’ Guild posted the nominees for the 2020 Cóyotl Awards on March 1. 

The awards are given for the best anthropomorphic fiction of the past year.


  • Love Match (Book 3) by Kyell Gold
  • Ritual of the Ancients (Changing Bodies: Book 1) by Ian Madison Keller
  • Disbanded (Serpentia Book 1) by Frances Pauli
  • A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking by T. Kingfisher


  • Rightful Salvage by Frances Pauli
  • What Makes a Witch by Linnea Capps
  • Dude, Where’s My Pack? by Kyell Gold
  • Soup of the Moment: A Tale of Barsk by Lawrence M. Schoen


  • “The Battler” by Cedric G! Bacon in Even Furries Hate Nazis
  • “Water” by Utunu in The Voice of Dog
  • “Summer Strawberries” by Mary E. Lowd in The Voice of Dog
  • “Nazis Should Never Be Normal” by Nathan Hopp in Even Furries Hate Nazis


  • Difursity: Stories by Furries of Color edited by Weasel
  • Selections of Anthropomorphic Regalements Vol. 1 edited by K. C. Alpinus
  • Boldly Going Forward edited by Sean Gerace
  • Even Furries Hate Nazis edited by Kate Watts


  • The Voice of Dog (podcast) hosted by Khaki
  • Fox Spirit: A Two-Tailed Adventure (interactive novel) by Amy Clare Fontaine

2 thoughts on “2020 Cóyotl Award Nominees

  1. yay for our Wombat. Though I hadn’t thought of gingerbread men and a sourdough starter as anthropomorphic (to the degree that would lead them to count as furry fiction, that is) I guess they do qualify.

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