Mikasi found out about the furry fandom in 2007. In October, 2008, he drew his first anthro character. His preferred media are hard and soft pastels, pencils, acrylic paints, and (since 2012) digital art. He had worked on a comic strip.
Mikasi has been writing since 2007, though his first furry fiction work was only completed in 2010; it tells of the adventures of several apprentices on a journey. He had his first story selected by FurPlanet for the Punked anthology in 2013, and continuously ponders worlds in which anthropomorphics play a major role.
He published the following works.
- "The Future is Yours" in "The Furry Future" anthology by Furplanet (2014) - A detective considers and yets rejects bioenhancement to do his job well.
- “Commitment” in VancouFurs 2015 Conbook
- “Fleeting” in What The Fur 2015 Conbook
- “Kenyak’s Conquest” in Anthrocon 2015 Conbook
- "A Leap Forward" in "Claw the Way to Victory" anthology by Jaffa Books (2015) - After leaving the city of his birth, due to a Parkour training session gone wrong, an African Civet seeks to find purpose in his life, with only his knowledge of Parkour/Freerunning to guide him.
- "Adversary's Fall" in "Gods With Fur" anthology by Furplanet (2016) - The Monkey King seeks the help of the Merlion to help fight The Adversary...and gain his dwindling powers back.
- "Fathers to Sons" in "Dogs of War" anthology by Furplanet (2017) - "Based on many true stories", Raja's first day of Military Service proved disastrous, so that he may learn something of himself. The circle of life never ends.
- "Tears of the Sea" in "Dogs of War II" anthology by Furplanet (in press) - A creation myth detailing how the the very first war caused the sea to become salty.
- "Close to Us" in "Dogs of War II" anthology by Furplanet (in press) - Two friends who grew up together realized how much each meant to the other when a military wall threatens to separate them.
- "Remembering the Forgotten" in "Symbol of a Nation" anthology by Goal Publications, (in press) - Nations may rise and fall, but National Beings always exist. But do they stay forgotten?
- "To the Kingdom they Come" in "Symbol of a Nation" anthology by Goal Publications, (in press) - The Lion and Tiger of Singapore and Malaysia travels to London to demand independance from their colonial masters, with conflicting results.
Mikasi is interested in anthropomorphic animals and creation myths involving them (e.g. Coyote and Raven). He enjoys talking about writing and art, the latter of which is now seconded to wordcraft.
Mikasi's favorite animals are wolves, badgers and otters.
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