Today is the big day, readers! Cirsova Magazine’s 2021 Summer Issue, which features my tale “Lupus One” as the cover story, is now LIVE and available for purchase in both ebook* and paperback* on Amazon! I have searched long and hard for a home for this story, and seeing it in print (and illustrated!) at … Continue reading Bulletin: Cirsova Magazine’s 2021 Summer Issue is LIVE!
A howlingly good series of stories waits for intrepid werewolf fans in this collection! Wild Souls: A Collection of Werewolf Stories* has some of the best werewolf fiction I have ever read within its pages. From the back of the book: Julie Frost is best known for her Pack Dynamics series. However, in this collection, … Continue reading Review – Wild Souls: A Collection of Werewolf Stories by Julie Frost
Sometimes the Law of Unintended Consequences has teeth. In this case, people forgot that cats and canines tend to disagree. The bigger each species is, the more likely their arguments are to end in death. That is what is happening in the American west as wolves spread into the mountains once more. The canines are … Continue reading Big Cats vs. Big Dogs
In the Western half of the United States, most of Canada, and Alaska, the only wolf is the Gray or Timber Wolf. There is a breed of lupine known as the Red Wolf that still exists, albeit tenuously, in the southeastern United States. While other sub-species of wolf live and hunt the world over, they … Continue reading A Different Alaskan Wolf
Hawks and falcons aren’t the only raptors used in falconry. Eagles can be trained to hunt for men as well, and they are capable of taking down animals larger than they are. Some falconers even use them to hunt wolves. Find out more below: Using an eagle to catch and kill a wolf Posted by Darren … Continue reading Falconry – Just What Can You Hunt with a Bird of Prey?
Dave Filoni and I have something in common – aside from a fondness for a galaxy far, far away. We both love wolves. I do not know why Filoni loves wolves. My love of wolves goes back to the time I first saw Steven Spielberg’s animated film Balto. I gave my parents no end of … Continue reading The Author that Wrote “Wolf!”
A little while ago, I wondered why the Japanese seemed to have a special respect/reverence for the wolf. The fascination the Japanese had for the wolf puzzled me, since I could not recall hearing of a lupine subspecies native to the Land of the Rising Sun. Contact with Westerners alone could not have piqued Japanese … Continue reading The Japanese Wolf