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New Fables: Summer 2009
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New Fables: Summer 2009
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Sofawolf Press
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Style:  Literary Work
Content:  Anthology
Print:  Color Cover, Text Interior
Size:  5.25 x 8
Pages:  110
Parental Rating:  R - language
Publication Date:  July 2009

Synopsis:  Escape the modern world with a selection of wild literature! New Fables brings the tradition of literary journals to Sofawolf Press. These fabulist stories, poems, and essays use animal characters to explore human experiences of love, class society, memory, and many others.

In this issue, Join us for stories of totems and transformation, honor and understanding, and a return fanciful "interview" by Earl Pomerantz. There's tales of bears and stags, dogs and dolphins, coyotes and horses -- along with an insightful non-fiction column by Malcolm "foozzzball" Cross. The lovely wraparound cover is by Kamui.
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I love this literary journal.
I must say that once again, I was very, very pleased with the overall quality of Sofawolf’s third edition in the “New Fables” line. As always, the stories featured in this collection were intriguing, entertaining, and well written, yet two pieces were definitely the most memorable of the group. The first being “Into the Greenwood”, a magical and quite sensual tale about a doe whose desire for a mate plays a role in how the seasons change in the forest, and “How 'Bout Them Dawgs”, a story written from the perspective of a pitbull who’s having to adjust to his new life after being freed from a dog fighting ring. These two stories alone can carry the book, but the other pieces in this collection are definitely worth a read for any fan of anthropomorphic fiction.
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