Fred Patten’s sf anthology An Anthropomorphic Century will be published on September 24 and released at the RainFurrest 2015 convention, in Seattle on September 24-27. The book can be ordered from FurPlanet.
Patten has selected 20 short stories and novelettes published from 1909 to 2008.
- Tobermory, by Saki (1909).
- Dr. Lu-mie, by Clifton B. Kruse (1934).
- The Blue Giraffe, by L. Sprague de Camp (1939).
- Barney, by Will Stanton (1951).
- Expendable, by Philip K. Dick (1953).
- The Conspirators, by James White (1954).
- Sic Transit…? A Shaggy Hairless-Dog Story, by Steven Utley & Howard Waldrop (1976).
- Crow’s Curse, by Michael H. Payne (1991).
- Nine Lives to Live, by Sharyn McCrumb (1992).
- Vole, by John Gregory Betancourt (1994).
- Choice Cuts, by Edd Vick (1997).
- Transmutational Transcontinental, by Phil Geusz (1997).
- Daylight Fading, by Chris Hoekstra (2000) – illustrated by Dark Natasha.
- The Good Sport, by Bill Kieffer (2001).
- The Dog Said Bow-Wow, by Michael Swanwick (2001).
- Cat ‘n’ Mouse, by Steven Millhauser (2004).
- Pig Paradise, by Scott Bradfield (2004).
- Sergeant Chip, by Bradley Denton (2004).
- Gordon, the Self-Made Cat, by Peter S. Beagle (2005).
- The Wishing Tree, by Renee Carter Hall (2008).
The price is $19.95. 321 pages. Cover by Mark Brill.