A few years ago I experimented with furry literature reviews in podcast form. Though somewhat well-received, these didn’t generate a large enough audience to justify the effort they required. Here are the six episodes that I released.
Fabulous Furry Tales #1 : The beginnings of popular furry lit, featuring Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty, Marshall Saunders’ Beautiful Joe, and Felix Salten’s Bambi.
Fabulous Furry Tales #2 : This issue considers Jack London’s books The Call of the Wild and White Fang.
Fabulous Furry Tales #3 : Discussion covers Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows, probably the significant work that marks the beginning of modern anthropomorphics.
Fabulous Furry Tales #4 : A discussion of Beatrix Potter, focusing primarily on The Tailor of Gloucester and its characterization of the cat, Simpkin.
Fabulous Furry Tales #5 : Features The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.
Fabulous Furry Tales #6 : This issue reviews Jan Needle’s novel, Wild Wood (1981) which tells the story of Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows (1907) but from another viewpoint, that of the ferrets and weasels.