Cóyotl Awards

THe Cóyotl Awards were presented at Furlandia in Portland, OR on May 27. The Cóyotl Awards honor excellence in anthropomorphic fiction.

  • The Digital Coyote, by Kris Schnee
  • The Goat, by Bill Kieffer
  • “400 Rabbits,” by Alice “Huskyteer” Dryden
  • Gods with Fur, by Fred Patten

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Cóyotl Awards

The winners of the fifth annual Cóyotl Awards, honoring excellence in anthropomorphic fiction, were announced by the Furry Writers’ Guild at Rocky Mountain Furfest in Denver, CO.

  • Best Novel: Barsk: The Elephant’s Graveyard, by Lawrence M. Schoen
  • Best Novella: “Koa of the Drowned Kingdom,” by Ryan Campbell
  • Best Short Story: “The Analogue Cat,” by Alice “Huskyteer” Dryden
  • Best Anthology: Inhuman Acts, edited by Ocean Tigrox

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Cóyotl Winners

The winners of the fourth annual Cóyotl Awards, honoring excellence in anthropomorphic fiction, were announced by the Furry Writers’ Guild at Rainfurrest in Seattle, WA.

  • Best Novel: Off the Beaten Path, by Rukis
  • Best Novella: “Huntress by Renee,” by Carter Hall
  • Best Short Story: “Jackalope Wives,” by Ursula Vernon
  • Best Anthology: Abandoned Places, edited by TarlHoch

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Cóyotl Awards Nominees

The nominees for the fourth annual Cóyotl Awards, honoring excellence in anthropomorphic fiction, have been announced by the Furry Writers’ Guild. Voting is open through August 15.

Best Novel

  • The Bees, by Laline Paull
  • Bête, by Adam Roberts
  • Off the Beaten Path, by Rukis

Best Novella

  • “Going Concerns,” by Watts Martin
  • “Huntress,” by Renee Carter Hall
  • “The Mysterious Affair of Giles,” by Kyell Gold

Best Short Story

  • “Cold Scent,” by Alice Dryden
  • “Jackalope Wives,” by Ursula Vernon
  • “Pavlov’s House,” by Malcolm Cross

Best Anthology

  • Abandoned Places, edited by Tarl “Voice” Hoch
  • Tales from the Guild: Music to Your Ears, edited by AnthroAquatic

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Cóyotl Awards Presented

Two years worth of Cóyotl Awards were presented at Rainfurrest on September 26. The Cóyotl Awards are presented for excellence in furry writing and are selected by members of the Furry Writers’ Guild.

2012 winners

  • Best Novel: By Sword and Star, by Renee Carter Hall
  • Best Novella: Reach for the Sky, by Vixyy Fox
  • Best Short Story: “Chasing the Spotlight,” by Tim Susman

2013 winners

  • Best Novel: God of Clay, by Ryan Campbell
  • Best Novella: Indigo Rain, by Watts Martin
  • Best Short Story: “Fox in the Hen House,” by Mary E. Lowd
  • Best Anthology: Hot Dish #1, edited by Alopex

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