Style: Literary Work
Content: Short Story Anthology
Print: Color Cover, Text Interior
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Parental Rating: PG-13
Publication Date: July 2019
Synopsis: This volume of ROAR explores the idea of community from every angle and with all kinds of animals. You'll find darkness inside, but you'll also find hope, help, and connections to brighten the night. These sixteen stories, from long time furry authors and rising stars, are your invitation.
So step inside and go on an adventure with an exiled fox and his friends in the rain forest. Take a hike with a fisher. Learn magic with a dragon. Attend a family reunion full of gregarious cows. Face a mystery among meerkats. Celebrate Colony Day on Mars.
You're invited to it all!
Bourbon Jack by Linnea Capps
Squonk and the Horde of Apprentices by Pete Butler-Davis
The Widehorn Herd by Madison Keller
Outsiders by Kyell Gold
No Choice About It by MikasiWolf
The Hero of Brambleward by Frances Pauli
Once We Were Meerkats by Huskyteer
Year Forty-Four by Lloyd Yaeger
Folding in the Wolf by Bill Kieffer
Thoughts and Prayers by Thurston Howl
Schism by Anhedral
A Scrappy Start by Cathy Smith
The 180-Pound Gorilla by Tim Susman
The Corvid King by Amy Clare Fontaine
The Human-English Lexicon: Notes from an Anthro-Xeno-Biologist by A. Humphrey Lanham
Curiosity Kills by Blake Hutchins
Edited by Mary E. Lowd. Cover art by Teagan Gavet.