Comic Artist, Printmaker and Associate Professor, Barbara Schulz has worked in numerous fields in the comic industry, from editor, mainstream comic inker to Mini-comic artist and publisher. She just completed an artist residency at the Frans Masereel Centrum in Belgium where she silkscreen a limited edition book of her current project Hitchhiker Vinegarettes, a comic memoir of growing up, and coming out in a broken home during 1960’s.
Her inking has been credited in DC, Dark Horse, Image Comics and Devils Due Comics on such titles as Books of Magic, G.I. Joe and Micronauts. When Barbara is not putting pen to paper, she teaches Comic Art at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Her work can be seen at www.barbaraschulzink.com.
Kyell Gold is best known for his gay fiction using animal people to represent human archetypes. He has won the Annual Anthropomorphic Literature & Arts (Ursa Major) Award twelve times for his novels and short stories, and the Rainbow Award twice (2009, Best Gay Novel and Best Fantasy Novel, for Out of Position). He has also been nominated for a WSFA Small Press Award ("Race to the Moon," 2009).
His various online presences are linked from www.kyellgold.com. He lives in California with his husband, but can often be found at conventions around the country and internationally.
Sofawolf Press was founded by two guys with a passion for great storytelling that blurs the line between humans and animals. What they started with “Anthrolations”, a literary anthology about anthropomorphic animals, has grown over eleven years into a diverse catalog of novels, graphic novels, anthologies, and things that defy categorization, all showcasing the best storytelling and artistic talents of the Furry fandom. While Sofawolf Press primarily serves the Furry fandom, they also strive to introduce general readers to the rich story potential in alternate realities populated by anthropomorphic animals.
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