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Poetigress, also known as Renee Carter Hall, is a female fantasy/science fiction writer whose work often includes anthropomorphic characters and themes. Her fiction has appeared in various publications, including Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, The Summerset Review, and the anthology Bewere the Night. In 2011, she released the fantasy novelette "Real Dragons Don't Wear Sweaters" via Smashwords.

Fandom involvement[edit]

Poetigress is also active on Fur Affinity. In August 2007, she created the Thursday Prompt, a casual exercise for writers on Fur Affinity that is now hosted by Duroc. She is also a member of the Furry Writers' Guild. Within the furry fandom, her work can be found in issues of Anthrolations, Heat, New Fables, ROAR, and Allasso, in the furry anthologies Alone in the Dark, X, and both volumes of Different Worlds, Different Skins, and in several episodes of the Anthro Dreams podcast.

Poetigress is married to Jarrell Woods, and together they maintain the Bare_furs LiveJournal community for naturists/nudists in the furry community.

Her first novel, the furry medieval fantasy By Sword and Star was published in March 2012 by Anthropomorphic Dreams Publishing.


Her fursona is a quadrupedal Siberian tigress, often depicted wearing a pen on a cord around her neck.


(list includes only fandom-based publications)

  • Anthrofiction Network Short Story Contest
    • Summer 2007 - "Childish Things" (first place)
    • Spring 2008 - "In the Greenwood" (tied for first place)
  • Anthropomorphic Dreams Publishing
    • Alone in the Dark (anthology)
    • Different Worlds, Different Skins Vol. 1 (anthology)
    • Different Worlds, Different Skins Vol. 2 (anthology)
    • Anthro Dreams podcast (multiple episodes)
    • By Sword and Star (novel, 2012)
  • Bad Dog Books
    • ROAR Vol. 3 (anthology)
  • Pink Fox Publications
    • Allasso (Vol. 1)
  • Sofawolf Press
    • Anthrolations (#6)
    • Heat (#1, #5)
    • New Fables (#2: Summer 2008, #3: Summer 2009)
    • X (anthology)
  • Other publications

External links[edit]

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