2014 Cóyotl Awards Shortlist

The Furry Writers’ Guild announced the nominees for the 2014 Cóyotl Awards Recognizing Excellence in Anthropomorphic Literature on June 2.


Best Novel

  • The Bees by Laline Paull
  • Bête by Adam Roberts
  • Off the Beaten Path by Rukis

Best Novella

  • Going Concerns by Watts Martin
  • Huntress by Renee Carter Hall
  • The Mysterious Affair of Giles by Kyell Gold

Best Short Story

  • Cold Scent by Alice Dryden
  • Jackalope Wives by Ursula Vernon
  • Pavlov’s House by Malcolm Cross

Best Anthology

  • Abandoned Places edited by TarlHoch
  • Tales from the Guild: Music to Your Ears edited by AnthroAquatic

Voting will run through August 15. Only Guild members are eligible to vote.

3 thoughts on “2014 Cóyotl Awards Shortlist

  1. I would really strongly recommend Jackalope Wives. although I have a strong preference for novels over short stories, this story really grabbed and satisfied.?

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