Cheetahpaws calendar, COVID-19 shipping updates

Cheetahpaws After Hours 2020/21 Calendar

After some delays, I’m very happy to report that we have received our print run of the new Cheetahpaws calendar, and at this time all calendars pre-orders have been shipped!

The calendar runs from May 2020 to June 2021 and includes a centerfold. Now that pre-orders have been fulfilled, we will be filling new orders as they come and orders to distributors.

COVID-19 and shipping update

As some of you may know, we utilize a print-on-demand company to produce our books and comics. This allows us to publish a broad variety of works without needing a minimum number of copies to be printed. However, this means we don’t keep more than a few copies of any one item on hand at our own storage facility, and we frequently place stock orders with our printer or have our printer ship directly to a customer’s location. The only products we have on hand in bulk are the Cheetahpaws calendars.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our printer’s estimated production times have recently gotten longer, and they have already revised this time-frame twice. This means that depending on the items being ordered, there may be a delay in us being able to fill the order.

We normally strive to get orders shipped within two weeks of being placed, but depending on what stock we have on hand and our printer’s situation we may need longer to fulfill your order.

We encourage customers to keep ordering from us and other small businesses in the fandom during this time even if there is a delay in shipping. We do not have sales from conventions while this situation is on-going so we really need your support via online sales on and, for eBooks, so we can keep paying our authors and artists royalties.

Thank you for your understanding during this difficult time.

Update on the 2020 Cheetahpaws After Hours Calendar

Update 03/31/2020

Cheetahpaws is close to completing the art and layout.

Once we have the final files, it will take less than a week for our printer to produce the calendars.

The finished calendar will run from April 2020 to May 2021, 13 months.

Late in December, Cheetahpaws had another round of eye surgery to help correct an ongoing issue he’s been having. It took him longer to recover than normal, and so the calendar artwork is still in production.

Because of that delay, we will be making the calendar run from February 2020 to January 2021 so you won’t miss out. (Just like we did with the 2015 Beach calendar.)

And we’re gonna include something extra with the pre-orders, a stand alone print that will be very After Dark.

We are also shipping out any orders that included calendars, and will send the calendar separately once we have them in our paws.

If you would like to pre-order one, here is the link:

Thank you for patience and understanding.

Website outage update

Our host’s latest update is that our server is back online, but the associated database server is still undergoing recovery and repair. Hopefully this means we won’t be offline too much longer.

We’ll have to check the site to make sure all the data is there, but we have daily backups with the last one being completed 3am the day before the outage. We’ll update again as soon as we have more info.

FurPlanet’s 2018 publications, eligible for the 2018 Cóyotl Awards and Ursa Major Awards

Award nomination time will soon be upon us in the fandom so here is a categorized list of all our prose publications from 2018 for your consideration.

NOTE: This list is categorized using Cóyotl Awards word counts, Ursa Major Award categories based on word count are slightly different from the Cóyotl Awards and are as follows: Novel (40,000 words +), Short Fiction (less than 40,000)

Best Novel (50,000 words or longer)

  • Contraindications by Pen Darke
  • Love Match: Book 2 (2010-2012) by Kyell Gold*
  • The Demon and the Fox (Calatians Book 2) by Tim Susman

Best Novella (between 20,000 and 50,000 words long)

From Windfall: An Otter-Body Experience and other stories by Tempe O’Kun

  • An Otter-Body Experience by Tempe O’Kun (31,200)

Best Short Story (up to 20,000 words long)

From CLAW Volume 1 edited by K.C. Alpinus

  • Contextual Intercourse by Erin Quinn (6,100)
  • The Beating of Wild Hooves by Dwale (12,500)
  • The Church Mouse by Madison Keller (6,200)
  • Tempered by Crimson Ruari (8,900)
  • A Simple Wager by Holly A. Morrison (3,800)
  • Support by Kristina “Orrery” Tracer (6,500)
  • She Who Wears The Mask by Tenza (6,900)
  • Trophy Hunting Blueseiryuu (5,300)
  • The True Villain by Dark End (6,300)
  • Smokey and the Jaybird by Slip Wolf (9,400)
  • Frontier Living by Jeeves Bunny (5,200)
  • Roses by Searska Greyraven (10,700)
  • The Tutor Learns by Skunkbomb (8,300)

From Dissident Signals edited by NightEyes DaySpring and Slip Wolf

  • A signal comes… by Slip Wolf
  • 0.02% by Faora Meridian (11,200)
  • Chasing the Feeling by Mog Moogle (5,900)
  • Losing Yourself by George Squares (6,100)
  • The Melting Pot Has Frozen Over by T.D. Coltraine (10,300)
  • A Road of Dust and Honey by Searska GreyRaven (8,000)
  • Protecting the Code by TJ Minde (11,100)
  • Gilded Cage by Jelliqal Belle (10,400)
  • The Tower by Gullwulf (6,000)
  • The Preacherman by Stephen M. Coghlan (4,900)
  • Forbidden Fruit by Detroit (10,600)
  • Photographs by Televassi (9,400)
  • Gloves by James L. Steele (4,300)
  • The Reclaimers by Joseph Vandehey (4,000)
  • Coffee Grounds by Thurston Howl (4,000)
  • Not All Dogs by Mary E. Lowd** (4,300)
  • A Better America 501©(3) by NightEyes DaySpring (7,500)
  • Coda by Slip Wolf

From Exploring New Places edited by Fred Patten

  • To Drive the Cold Winter Away by Michael H. Payne (8,400)
  • In Search of the Creators by Alan Loewen (4,900)
  • The Rocky Spires of Planet 227 by Mary E. Lowd** (4,600)
  • Defiant by Harwich Wolcott (12,100)
  • Why Indeed by Pepper Hume (6,700)
  • Come to Todor! by Fred Patten (4,300)
  • You Are Our Lifeboat by Dan Leinir Turthra Jensen (6,800)
  • The Animal Game by Vixyy Fox (7,500)
  • Ashland’s Fury by MikasiWolf (14,400)
  • Legacy by M. R. Anglin (10,600)
  • Umbra’s Legion: Shamblers of Woe by Adam Baker (8,300)
  • Umbra’s Legion: Where Pride Planted by Geoff Galt (8,200)
  • Beyond Acacia Ridge by Amy Fontaine (6,600)
  • One Day in Hanoi by Thomas “Faux” Steele (4,000)
  • Welcome, Furries by Cathy Smith (4,400)
  • Back Then by Frank LeRenard (5,500)
  • Tortoise Who by Mary E. Lowd** (4,100)
  • I Am the Jaguar by Cairyn (17,300)
  • The Promise of New Heffe by Kary M. Jomb (6,000)

From Feral! edited by Rechan

  • Snowbound by Of The Wilds (16,000)
  • Supernatural Delight by Whyte Yoté (8,900)
  • Nothing Feathered, Nothing Gained by Resolute (12,000)
  • Adrenaline High by Kandrel (6,000)

From In Flux edited by Rechan

  • Aesop’s Universe: Savages in Space by Bill Kieffer (15,000)
  • Wild Dog by Franklin Leo (6,300)
  • Good Boy by Friday Donnelly (2,600)
  • Never Lick a PVC Vixen by Tarl “Voice” Hoch (16,700)

From ROAR Volume 9 edited by Mary E. Lowd

  • Saguaros by Watts Martin (2,900)
  • Ghosts by Searska GreyRaven (10,800)
  • Froggy Stews by A. Humphrey Lanham (2,700)
  • Post-Isolation by Ellis Aen (12,000)
  • Resistance by David M Sula (8,000)
  • The Hard Way by Val E Ford (2,200)
  • Coyote Magic by Ryan Campbell (7,100)
  • The Last Roundup by Amy Fontaine (4,000)
  • Safe Mode by John Giezentanner (5,000)
  • Laotian Rhapsody by Al Song (6,200)
  • Qibla by Bill Kieffer (18,500)
  • Dear Sis by Matt Doyle (2,800)
  • Every Last Paw by Blake Hutchins (1,800)
  • Mixed Blessings by Kittara Foxworthy (17,100)
  • No Dogs by KC Alpinus (8,300)

From Tales from the Guild – World Tour edited by Ocean Tigrox, co-edited by Madison
Keller, George Squares, and MikasiWolf

  • She Who Eats by Frances Pauli (10,230)
  • The White World by Dark End (6,100)
  • Waterlogged by Madison Keller (10,200)
  • Frost Bridge by Amethystos (9,500)
  • Tempus Imperfectum by Al Song (9,600)
  • Forgiveness Hex by George Squares (4,600)
  • Vanillupus and Other People’s Wits Take on the Inhospitable World by Slip Wolf (6,700)
  • The Gaucho by CorgiW (7,300)

From Windfall: An Otter-Body Experience and other stories by Tempe O’Kun

  • Wrapping Up by Tempe O’Kun (4,300)
  • Groundwork by Tempe O’Kun (5,000)
  • Something Big by Tempe O’Kun (12,000)
  • Hard Sleeper by Tempe O’Kun (3,300)
  • Forget-Me-Nots and Told-You-Sos by Tempe O’Kun (1,800)
  • Tied at the Dock by Tempe O’Kun (5,500)
  • Pack Lunch by Tempe O’Kun (3,900)
  • In the Dark by Tempe O’Kun (6,400)
  • Home for the Holidays by Tempe O’Kun (8,100)
  • Movie Night by Tempe O’Kun (6,200)

Best Anthology (any length)

  • CLAW Volume 1 edited by K.C. Alpinus
  • Dissident Signals edited by NightEyes DaySpring and Slip Wolf
  • Exploring New Places edited by Fred Patten
  • Feral! edited by Rechan
  • In Flux edited by Rechan
  • ROAR Volume 9 edited by Mary E. Lowd
  • Tales from the Guild – World Tour edited by Ocean Tigrox, co-edited by Madison Keller, George Squares, and MikasiWolf
  • Windfall: An Otter-Body Experience and other stories by Tempe O’Kun

* withdrawn from Ursa Major Awards by the author

** withdrawn from Cóyotl Awards by the author

“The Time He Desires” ACLU Donation Made!


Hey guys! Remember how FurPlanet and I decided to donate proceeds from sales of “The Time He Desires” to the ACLU to help fight gross stuff like the Muslim ban and lots of other terrible threats happening in the country? We got the sales receipts together and they totaled very nearly a thousand dollars! So Fuzzwolf rounded up and today we were absolutely thrilled to send a $1,000 donation to the ACLU.

Thank you, everyone who bought a book or who spread the word about it. Thanks to all of you donating independently to the ACLU or any other group fighting to keep our country free and equal. This is a nice gesture but the fight keeps going.

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“The Time He Desires” ACLU Donation Made! was originally published on Kyell’s Corner

We’re super proud to have been a part of publishing this book, and to raising money for a good cause.

Tower and the Fox at AC! (also ROAR 8)


If you are heading to AnthroCon this weekend, have a great time! You will not see me there, but you can purchase my newest novel, The Tower and the Fox, with Laura Garabedian’s lovely artwork (she will also be at AC; go say hi to her and get her to sign your book!) from the FurPlanet table. And while you’re there, check out ROAR 8, which has a story of mine in it (“Personal History”) that I’m quite proud of, which is in fact the story illustrated on the cover by BlackTeagan.

If you’re NOT heading to AnthroCon, you can still get in on the book action. The link above goes to FurPlanet; you can also pre-order it RIGHT NOW on Amazon. Regardless of where you get it, leaving a review on Amazon is super helpful, especially to this first-in-a-series book under a different name. The more notice it gets, the more we’ll be able to build on that for the next one.

Thank you guys for checking the books out, and have a great AC! I’ll make it back one of these years.

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Tower and the Fox at AC! (also ROAR 8) was originally published on Kyell’s Corner

Coming Soon: The Time He Desires by Kyell Gold

After thirty years, Aziz’s marriage now consists mostly of arguing about whether to sell their store to a developer. His wife has a social life, interests and plans for the future, but the pawnshop is Aziz’s connection to his community. And then one day a desperate fox rushes into the shop looking for the honeymoon tape his husband sold. Seizing on this chance to make a difference, the cheetah steps up to help save their crumbling marriage. A gay couple might not show him the way to a new life, but he’s running out of ways to save his old one.

The Time He Desires by Kyell Gold, with illustrations by Kamui.

Coming this December from FurPlanet Productions!