2020 Leo Literary Award Winners

Examples of awards from 2019.

The 2020 Leo Literary Awards have been announced. The Leo Awards’ goal is to highlight exceptional works of literature in the furry fandom.

The juried award is given to those works that surpass a benchmark score, which means that there can be multiple “best” works in each category.


  • Disbanded, by Frances Pauli
  • Entanglement Bound, by Mary E. Lowd
  • Qoholeth + Gallery Exhibition, by Madison Scott-Clary
  • Fox Spirit: A Two-Tailed Adventure, by Amy Clare Fontaine
  • Whip and Boot, by Herr Wozzeck
  • Ritual of the Ancients, by Ian Madison Keller


  • What Makes a Witch, by Linnea Capps
  • Rightful Salvage, by Frances Pauli


  • Difursity, by Weasel
  • Selections of Anthropomorphic Regalements, vol. 1, by KC Alpinus
  • Sensory De-tails, by Thurston Howl


  • “The Battler” by Cedric G! Bacon in Even Furries Hate Nazis
  • “The Fire in Her Claws” by Mary E. Lowd in Daily Science Fiction
  • “Paths” by Kyell Gold in Sensory De-tails
  • “Water” by Utunu in The Voice of Dog
  • “Summer Strawberries” by Mary E. Lowd in The Voice of Dog
  • “Loving You is Wrong” by NightEyes Dayspring in The Voice of Dog
  • “Ember in the Night” by BanWynn Oakshadow in SPECIES: Wildcats
  • “Sharp” by Thurston Howl in Electric Sewer
  • “Keep Breathing” by Karter Mycroft in Zooscape


[No winner[


  • “Furry Erotica and Pornography: Art, Sex, and the Self” by Katav in From Paw to Print
  • From Paw to Print, compiled by Thurston Howl


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4 thoughts on “2020 Leo Literary Award Winners

  1. There’s an award where you get a plushie? Oh no I have a new ambition.

    Gratz to all the winners! I definitely don’t burn with the envy of a thousand sons over your extremely cuddly prizes!

  2. Meredith: There’s an award where you get a plushie? Oh no I have a new ambition.

    Between the Leos and the Coyotls, Oor Wombat has a whole menagerie of them. You’ll have to mug her for one. 😀

  3. I think Oor Wombat and Mr. Wombat’s place must be some kind of enchanted forest, full of adorable plushies, talking chickens, and regrettable food.

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