The Guests of Honor
Ursula Vernon is the author and illustrator of the Hugo-award winning graphic novel "Digger," as well as the children's series "Dragonbreath" and various other weird little projects. She also does the podcasts "Kevin & Ursula Eat Cheap" and "The Hidden Almanac." She likes wombats, gardening, and interesting birds.
You can read more about Ursula Vernon at ursulavernon.com and read about her publications on www.redwombatstudio.com
Kyell Gold began writing furry fiction a long, long time ago. In the early days of the 21st century, he got up the courage to write some gay furry romance, first publishing his story "The Prisoner's Release" in Sofawolf Press's adult magazine "Heat." He has since won twelve Ursa Major awards for his stories and novels, and his acclaimed novel "Out of Position" co-won the Rainbow Award for Best Gay Novel of 2009. His novel "Green Fairy" was nominated for inclusion in the ALA's "Over the Rainbow" list for 2012.
He was not born in California, but now considers it his home. He loves to travel and dine out with his husband Kit Silver, and can be seen at furry conventions around the world.
More information about him and his books is available on www.kyellgold.com.
Sardyuon is a fursuiter performer whose talents are hard to describe. From the faraway land of Japan he has come to show us all his impressive fursuit acrobatics. Agile, daring and breath-taking, he seemingly defies the laws of gravity as he elegantly seems to hover in mid-air high above a rickety stack of chairs. His performances have already taken the American furs by storm, and now it is our turn in Europe to experience the wonders of his talent.
You can read about Sardyuon on wikifur: en.wikifur.com/wiki/Shiki_Shigls
In the fourteen years since the debut of their first publication, the short-story anthology Anthrolations, they have produced over 75 publications including: novels, shared-world and thematic anthologies, short story collections, graphic novels, artists’ sketch books, and some things that defy categorisation. Along the way the two founders were joined by two others who shared their passions, and together they became the board of Sofawolf Press, Inc.
Their publications, and the talent featured within them, have been the recipients of numerous nominations and awards, including: 23 Annual Anthropomorphic Literature & Arts awards, one Russ Manning Promising Newcomer nomination for Teagan Gavet’s work on the graphic novel Nordguard: Across Thin Ice, and both the 2012 Hugo Award for Best Graphic Story and the 2013 Mythopoeic Society Adult Literature award for Ursula Vernon’s fantasy graphic novel Digger.
Jeff and Alopex are delighted to represent the company at Eurofurence 20 and promise to assist the authorities to the best of their ability in their investigation of Crime Scene Berlin.
You can read more about all the Sofawolf Press publications on www.sofawolf.com.