Publishers listed here are either furry-owned or open to submissions of anthropomorphic fiction. Remember that non-furry publishers—especially those publishing science fiction and fantasy—may also be open to anthro-themed manuscripts. For help finding non-furry publishers, see Other Market Databases.
Erotic science fiction and fantasy publisher, open to many types of publications and submissions, including traditional print books, ebooks, anthologies, and micro fiction. Guidelines.
Primarily open to graphic novels and periodic anthologies. July 2016: “Our submission ‘slush’ pile for written works is currently very backlogged. Due to our small staff and available time, we are not actively seeking new submissions for novels and novellas.” Guidelines. Anthologies.
Open to “full-length submissions” of furry works, including novels, novellas and single-author story collections. “Unlike other publishers within the furry fandom, we are looking specifically for works that truly utilize the species and characteristics of the anthropomorphic animals portrayed.” Guidelines.
Novella length (20,000 words) and above, in fantasy, science fiction, or furry fiction genres (no poetry, graphic novels, or non-fiction). Open to reprints. Guidelines.
“Melange is a royalty-paying company for ebooks and print books,” which lists many (many) genres including “furry/anthropomorphic” as categories. July 2016: “We are currently closed to submissions until March 2017 except from current Melange authors. We are still open to submissions for anthologies listed on our guidelines page.” Guidelines.
Rabbit Valley is a furry-specific publication distributor that also publishes their own comics, anthologies and occasionally novels/novellas. July 2016: novels and novella submissions are listed as closed. Guidelines.
Sofawolf is one of furry’s oldest publishers, known for novels, graphic novels and the annual Heat anthology title. July 2016: Sofawolf’s editor Dark End has announced they will be re-opening for novel submissions “soon.” Guidelines.
“Thurston Howl Publications is a new small publishing house based near Nashville” and is “open to new authors as well as experienced ones.” Guidelines.
Independent publisher with a “Beat Generation mentality,” publishing fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and scripts/plays, including furry works. Guidelines. Also see Red Ferret Press, their adult imprint (Guidelines).
Got a publisher to add to the list? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post it in the Calls for Submissions thread in our forum.
Last update: July 14, 2016