Carmen K. Welsh Jr.
Carmen's "furriness" began in pre-kindergarten when she wrote and illustrated her own book, Cat the Bat, which soon led to a comic-panel sci-fi series about a crew of felines in outer space. Later stories led to superhero dogs, fantasy cats, and other creatures, beings both real and imagined. Often she would draw a character and then write their back-story.
Carmen's influences and interests include mythology, fables, 1960s suspense tales, history, sociology, science, technology, required reading in school, science fiction/fantasy (both films and books), foreign films, indie films, young-adult novels, illustrated children's books, comic books, comic strips, and graphic novels). She is also fond of Japanese manga and other Asian-related media.
Carmen also attends Sci-Fi conventions.
- PawPrints Fanzine (Su Ling, Spring 2000; The Merchant's Daughter, Fall 2001)
- Fur Visions (The Contract, issue 28, 2005; I Guard the Gate, annual themeless issue 33, 2005)
- Anthro (White Ministrant, #12, Jul/Aug 2007; Firefly Crown, #28 Mar/Apr 2010)
Publications featuring Carmen's artwork include:
- Fur Visions: Issues 31 and 32, 2005
- Anthro #15: Jan/Feb 2008 - High Priest Domin (cover art)
- ANTHROlogy Volume Two (interior illustration to White Ministrant)
- Carmen Welsh Jr.'s profile on blogger.com. Retrieved May 22, 2012
- Carmen K. Welsh Jr.'s biography on the Furry Writers' Guild. Retrieved May 22, 2012
- TabberTheRed.com (official website)
- KayFey on Twitter
- In Pretty Print - A Writing and Artist Life...Ongoing and The Angry Goblin "Lepri" - Tweets extended - Carmen K. Welsh Jr.'s blogs on blogspot.
- Carmen K. Welsh Jr. on the Furry Writers' Guild
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