Dogpatch Press recently published an excellent post compiling FWG member Fred Patten’s book and film reviews as well as his articles on furry fandom history. As it’s relevant to furry writers and readers, I find it well worth reblogging here.
Discussion of the history of furry fandom with Fred Patten, at ConFURence 9.
Fred Patten is the most valued contributor at Dogpatch Press. He came here during editor down time at Flayrah, seeking a stable place for his reviews and history articles. (For those who aren’t acquainted with Fred’s impressive resume as a fan historian and curator, he has spent a lot of the recent decade in a convalescent hospital. Writing is a major benefit to his life and a good cause to support.)
- The “Fred Patten” tag has everything he has contributed here.
Without Fred’s guest posts, there would be no five day a week schedule here. Assisting and formatting his articles takes a lot of work, and five days a week makes a very demanding pace. But I think the promise of regular content should inspire anyone who contributes. It makes this the most active “Furry News” source. It’s all non-profit, so…
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