Juan Alphonso has been involved in the fandom since the 1980's. A prolific artist, he has been a member of, or contributed to, numerous fanzines. He was a member of Rowrbrazzle and Huzzah, as well contributing artwork to Furversion, the Furkindred anthologies and many other publications. He is Cuban-American, and a long-time resident of Florida, U.S.A. Born in Bejucal, Havana Province, Cuba - home to pachangas and the chinese-made radio interference generators - witness to book burnings and the prelude to the Bay of Pigs invasion, fled to the US with his parents arriving in 1968. Found his first underground comix (Crumb's Fritz the Cat) and was hooked. After discovering Steve Gallacci's "Albedo" in a comic store in Tampa,contacts with Gallacci and Tim Fay revealed a whole world of furry fandom, and was able to submit artwork to "Rowrbrazzle", then run by Marc Schirmeister. There the many talented artists served as inspiration to contribute to many fanzines and eventually one comic book (by Conquest Press) and artwork in several cd-rom publications.
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