D.C. Simpson, short for Dana Claire Simpson (originally David Craig Simpson) is an artist who lives "near Seattle, Washington", U.S.A. Dana is the writer and artist of Ozy and Millie, Raine Dog, I Drew This and Heavenly Nostrils. She was a guest of honor for Midwest FurFest 2002 and Morphicon 2008. D.C. Simpson has often expressed left-wing political views.
 Ozy and Millie
D.C.'s work on Ozy and Millie has been thrice recognized by the Ursa Major Awards; first in 2002 when the collection Ozy and Millie IV: Authentic Banana Dye won Best Anthropomorphic Other Literary Work, and again in 2006 and 2007 when the comic won Best Anthropomorphic Comic Strip (after nominations in prior years).
On the 24th of April, 2008, D.C. announced the end of Ozy and Millie, though with suggestions of possible revivals in comic book form, as well as ideas of a more grown up high school version.
 Raine Dog
Most recently, D.C. has been working on a comic book, tentatively named Raine Dog. The comic stars Raine, a blue female dog, in a world where pets are fully anthropomorphic but still subject to the same laws of property as animals in the real world. D.C. says the project is heavily influenced by Thomas K. Dye's Newshounds.
Prior to 1998, Simpson created illustrations of characters from Tails of the City.
Simpson does music under the name of Ruin Rain. In 2005 D.C. released an album of low budget music, entitled Shiver. Was available for purchase from CafePress, and Lulu, the songs were also available for download at no cost.
Did you know? D.C. used to sign artwork with the name Rain, and is still known by that name to some people. In D.C.’s journals and blogs, a blue dragon is often used as an avatar.
 See also
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- Ink and White Space - personal website
- D.C. Simpson on deviantART
- Rain on Pavement, D.C. Simpson on LiveJournal
- MizDanaClaire on Twitter
- Rain Ruin on Bandcamp
- I Drew This
- Heavenly Nostrils
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