YARF!

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YARF!
Yarf! #1 ("Ace of Spades")
Yarf! #9

YARF! (motto: The Journal of Applied Anthropomorphics) was started by Jeff Ferris in January 1990, and was one of the most popular and well-known furry print 'zines for many years. Other people involved editorially during its early years were Lance Rund, Dave Bryant and Kris Kreutzman. It published comics, book reviews, text stories and pin-ups from dozens of artists.

Contents

Fandom contribution

YARF! won the Ursa Major Award for Best Anthropomorphic Fanzine in 2001 and 2002. Although it is technically still in production, the most recent issue has been #69, dated September 2003.

Collected paperbacks

In 2010 November Jarlidium Press published The Complete YARF! vol 1 in paperback collecting issues #0.1 to #5[1] and have tentative plans to publish Complete YARF! vol 2 paperback in 2011 November and the first two volumes in hardcover for 2012 January.[2]

Artists

References

  1. The Complete YARF! vol 1 at Second Ed Mailorder website. Retrieved 2011 January 16.
  2. Main webpage of Jarlidium Press website. Retrieved 2011 January 16.

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