Ursa Major Award for Best Anthropomorphic Magazine

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The Ursa Major Award for Best Anthropomorphic Magazine has been awarded since 2002. The award is given to edited collections of creative and/or informational works by various people, professional or amateur, published in print or online in written, pictorial or audio-visual form, of a furry interest. This includes professional magazines, amateur zines, fanzines, internet-only magazines, and has been broadened to include podcasts and video series. From 2002-2008, it was named the Ursa Major Award for Best Anthropomorphic Fanzine.

List[edit]

2001[edit]

Awarded as "Best Anthropomorphic Fanzine"

  1. "Anthrolations" (2001 issues from #3, January, to #4, July)
  2. "Fur Visions" (2001 issues from #19, January, to #22, October)
  3. "PawPrints Fanzine" (2001 issues: #12, Fall 2001 [announced as final issue])
  4. "Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe" (2001 issues from #26, March, to #28, December)
  5. "Yarf!" (2001 issues from #61, January, to #62, December)

2002[edit]

  1. Anthrolations (2002 issues from #5, July, to #6, November)
  2. Huzzah! (2002 issues from #45, February, to #48, November)
  3. South Fur Lands (2002 issues from #24, March, to #27, December)
  4. Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe (2002 issues from #29, March, to #31, December)
  5. Yarf! (2002 issues from #63, January, to #65, July)

Other works listed in the ARR/VL for Fanzines[edit]

  • Fang, Claw & Steel (2002 issues from #12, Winter, to #15, Autumn)
  • Fur Plus (2002 issues from #13, January, to #16, October)
  • Fur Visions (2002 issues from #23, January, to #26, October)

2003[edit]

  1. Anthrolations (2003 issues include #7, November)
  2. Fur Visions (2003 issues from #27, January, to #29, July)
  3. Huzzah! (2003 issues from #49, February, to #50, May [final])
  4. South Fur Lands (2003 issues from #28, March, to #31, December)
  5. Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe (2003 issues from #32, March, to #34, November)
  6. Yarf! (2003 issues from #66, January, to #69, September)

2004[edit]

  • Claw & Quill (Internet; 2004 updates from startup, October 17, to December 6)
  • Fur Plus (2004 issues from #20, January, to #22, September)
  • South Fur Lands (2004 issues from #32, March, to #35, December)
  • Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe (2004 issues from #35 [March], to #37 [December])
  • TSAT (Transformation Stories, Art, Talk) (Internet; 2004 issues from #31, December 2003-January 2004, to #37, December 2004-January 2005)

2005[edit]

  • South Fur Lands (2004 issues from #35 [March], to #37 [December])
  • Fang (2005 issues, volumes 1G, 2FG, 3SF, H05)
  • Heat. (Issue #3, July)
  • Spontoon Island. (2005 updates, from January, to December)
  • Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe. (2005 issues, from #38 [June], to #40 [November])

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

Awarded as "Best Anthropomorphic Magazine".

2008[edit]

2009[edit]

  • Heat #6
  • Anthro
  • New Fables
  • South Fur Lands
  • Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe

2010[edit]

  • Anthropomorphic Dreams Podcast by Will A. Sanborn
  • Heat published by Sofawolf
  • New Fables edited by Tim Susman
  • South Fur Lands edited by Bernard Doove
  • Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe edited by Gene Breshears

2011[edit]

Edited collections of creative and/or informational works by various people, professional or amateur, published in print or online in written, pictorial or audio-visual form.

2012[edit]

  • winner: Fuzzy Logic podcast.

Also nominated were:

  • Flayrah.
  • Anthro Dreams.
  • Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe.
  • Allasso.

2013[edit]

  • winner: Flayrah, edited by Laurence “GreenReaper” Parry (Internet magazine; January 1 to December 31)

Also nominated were:

  • ActFur On Air (Internet podcast; Season 5, episode 1 (June 9) to Season 5, episode 6 (December 9))
  • Claw & Quill, edited by Watts Martin (Internet magazine; #1, October 29)
  • Fur What It’s Worth (Internet podcast; Season 2, episode 19 (January 6) to Season 3, episode 13 (December 14))
  • Fursday, edited by Stuart Otterson (Internet magazine; October 3 to December 31)
  • In-Fur-Nation, edited by Rod O’Riley (Internet magazine; January 2 to December 31)

2014[edit]

The runners-up were:

  1. Flayrah, edited by Laurence "GreenReaper" Parry (Internet, January 2 to December 31)
  2. Fursday, edited by Stuart Otterson (Internet, October 3 to December 31)
  3. Dogpatch Press, by Patch Packrat. (Internet, April 11)
  4. Allasso, Volume 3: Storge, edited by Brian Cook. (Pink Fox Productions, April 23)

2015[edit]

2016[edit]

2017[edit]

2018[edit]

2019[edit]

2020[edit]

2021[edit]

2022[edit]

  • Runners-Up (in descending number of votes)

2023[edit]

References[edit]


Ursa Major Award winners for Best Anthropomorphic Magazine
a.k.a. Best Anthropomorphic Fanzine (2001-2007)
YARF! (2001-2002) · Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe (2003-2004) · South Fur Lands (2005) · Anthrolations (2006) · Heat (2007-2010, 2015) · Flayrah (2011, 2013) · Fuzzy Logic (2012) ·
In-Fur-Nation (2014) · Dogpatch Press (2016-2017, 2019, 2021-2023)  · Culturally F'd (2018)  · Pocari Roo's Youtube videos (2020)


Ursa Major Awards
By year
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Nominees and winners
See also