THE LATEST ANIMALS & MEN IS NOW AVAILABLE

9781909488397-perfectDear Friends,

We are very pleased to announce that a double issue of our journal – A&M #58/9 – is now available for you to read online for
free.

It contains the following:

  • Contents
  • Faculty
  • Editorial
  • Obituary – MARK A HALL (1946-2016) by Loren Coleman
  • Newsfile: New and Rediscovered
  • Newsfile: Thylacine
  • Newsfile: Man beasts
  • Newsfile: Mystery cats
  • Newsfile: Aquatic monsters
  • Newsfile Xtra: Blue Dog Breakthrough
  • Newsfile Xtra: The Djibouti monster
  • Watcher of the Skies by Corinna Downes
  • Tasmania Expedition Report by Richard Freeman
  • The Gorilla – Does it exist? by Loes Modderman
  • Duties for regional representatives—a discussion document
  • In Search of Bowheads and Narwhals by John Brodie-Good
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Weird Weekend 2016
  • Recent books from CFZ Press

This is a special double issue. Issue #58 should have come out in September and #59 round about now. However, without going into to much tedious detail, we are ridiculously overwhelmed at the moment, and this double issue has given us some much needed breathing space. Hard copies and kindle versions will be available in due course, probably in March or April, when the next issue of A&M is due.

The eagle-eyed amongst you, I think, will notice the image of the last issue of Animals & Men, on the main CFZ website has not been replaced with issue #58/9. This is not down to our inefficiency: there is something wrong with the servers at our ISP, and, I am sure that this will be resolved in the near future.

untitled-1Also, we are pleased to announce that issue #4 of the Journal Of Cryptozoology is now for sale.

Karl Shuker has done a remarkable job, once again, and the current issue contains the following :

  • Editorial
    Karl P.N. Shuker
  • Buckley’s Bunyip
    Paul Michael Donovan
    A Checklist of Historical Hypotheses for the Loch Ness Monster
  • Not Finding Bigfoot in DNA
    Haskell V. Hart
  • A Preliminary, Comparative Type Proposal For Large, Unidentified Marine and Freshwater Animals
    Bruce A. Champagne
  • Instructions to Contributors:
  • (i) Important Issues to Consider When Preparing a Cryptozoological Paper
  • (ii) The Style of Presentation Required for Submissions to the Journal

The journal is available from Amazon, or – at a reduced postage rate – from us at www.journalofcryptozoology.com .


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