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Book of the Month: Typewriter Emergencies

typewriter coverSeptember’s Book of the Month, Typewriter Emergencies, is the first furry anthology from Weasel Press, edited by our associate member Weasel and featuring stories from several guild members.

Welcome to the first release of Typewriter Emergencies, a collection of psychologically damaging and hard-hitting furry literature. It’s a mad world we live in, a world where we are still uncovering some of the darkest of our secrets. We were asking a lot when we started our submission call. We were asking our authors to really dig the knife into their story; to give us the real maddening details, the secrets, the loss of control. And they did just that. This anthology has a total of thirteen gut-wrenching stories from several talented individuals. It’s a collection that drops the reader into thirteen rough worlds without anything to protect themselves, only the leadership of the characters they’re following. Each author handles a different aspect of the universe, touring the reader through some rather diverse struggles. Typewriter Emergencies is a journey not lightly made, and one that will definitely leave a deep impression on our readers. Weasel Press is proud to have our first furry collection on the books, and we hope you will enjoy every moment this intense anthology has to offer.

Includes stories by Dwale, W.B. Cushman, Junior Gordon, Timothy Wiseman, G. Miki Hayden, Neil S. Reddy, Gareth Barsby, Phil Geusz, Amethyst Mare, Jerod Underwood Park, Con Chapman, Mark Plummer, and Renee Carter Hall.

Available direct from Weasel Press and from Amazon.

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