Furry Small Press Ring

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The Furry Small Press Ring, sometimes shortened to FSPRing was a webring centered around the publication side of the furry fandom created by Dan Canaan and James Birdsall. It's purpose was to assist furry artists and authors in finding means of having their work published, and inform a wider audience of furries about a publisher's new releases, or upcoming projects. The goal of the FSPRing was to link to as many furry publishers as possible, ranging from professional publishers to those who "published a fanzine or two."[1] Though the index is no longer available, the webring linked to sites such as Bronzebear Media Distribution, Happy Jackal Graphics, and United Publications. The FSPRing was active from 1999 until the site went offline in 2003.

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  1. [1] "What is the Furry Small Press Ring?" via the Wayback Machine. Retrieved June 7, 2020.