Edd Vick (born November 14, 1958), is a science fiction author and comic book publisher who is married to writer Amy Thomson, author of Virtual Girl, The Color of Distance and its sequel Through Alien Eyes, as well as Storyteller. He and Amy have a Chinese-born adopted daughter, Katie.
Edd Vick's tenure in the furry fandom stretches back to its very early days. A long-time member of Rowrbrazzle, he also edited and published fan'toons in the 1980s, which, while not strictly a furry fanzine, contained a good bit of furry material and devoted two special issues to furry work, including the last, hundred-page issue. He was a guest of honor at Conifur Northwest 2004.
Edd was the organizer behind the Furkindred shared universe and with Chuck Melville, Chris Lightfoot and Leslie Lightfoot edited three anthologies of stories plus a stand-alone graphic novel by Dean Graf and Terrie Smith from it, which were published by his own MU Press.
He currently operates MU Press/Aeon founded in 1989, which has been publishing furry and related comics, including material by Kjartan Arnorsson, Matt Howarth, Vicky Wyman, Mike Kazaleh, Teri Sue Wood and Donna Barr, since 1989. He published Desert Peach by Donna Barr and Rhudiprrt, Prince of Fur by Dwight R. Decker and Teri S. Wood. Another core title was the erotic anthology Wild Kingdom (later Wild!), published until 2005.
He edited the infamous furry comic Skunk in 1993.
Vick's short stories have appeared in Asimov's SF Magazine and elsewhere.
- Conifur Northwest - 2004
- Edd Vick author - Edd Vick's personal website
- Edd Vick on Flayrah
- Edd Vick on Facebook
- Edd Vick on the Grand Comics Database
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