Vol 3: Storge

Bringing together writers and artists from both within and outside the furry fandom, Allasso aims to discover humanity by embodying it in the familiar as well as the foreign.  Through exploring our emotions in the wordless world around us, we may discover what truly makes us human.

The Greek word storge means familial love, those complicated bonds that bind kin together. However, families come with problems. Many stories in this volume show the difficulties that can come from finances, misunderstandings, or outright betrayals.  Although these may create irreparable rifts, rough times often cause that love, storge, to grow stronger.

I wish to give thanks to Mary E. Lowd for editing and being an inspiration throughout the past months.

Print versions will be available by the beginning of May.

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Family Life by Fred Patten

A Real Stand-Up Guy by Daniel and Mary E. Lowd

Leaves by Anzhelina Polonskaya

Patchwork Selkie by Sarina Dorie

Cold Scent by Alice Dryden

Fancy by Courtney McDermott

February 1: Groundhog Goes to the Foodmart by Renee Carter Hall

Two Women Sit Down on a Beach by Lenowill

First Flight by Lauren Rivers

The Merchant’s Daughter by Carmen Welsh

Only Love Survives by Tristan Black Wolf

On the Surface by James L. Steele

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