Ryan Campbell, also known as Tube, Toob, or Not Tube, is a furry writer and poet who lives in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. He was previously known as JT Skunk or JT Skunktaur. His fursona is a dragon, and was previously an otter.
As JT Skunk, Ryan was the second administrator of the TSA, after Thomas Hassan.
Ryan is a member of the Furry Writers' Guild. In January, 2011, his first novel Smiley and the Hero was published by FurPlanet.
He is the author of the Fire Bearers series, published through Sofawolf, a fantasy series including the following novels:
- God of Clay - 2013
- Forest Gods - September 2015 (Released at Rainfurrest)
- God of Fire - TBA
Ryan Campbell has also released a novella in the FurPlanet cupcake series:
- Koa of the Drowned Kingdom - September 2015 (Released at Rainfurrest)
He has also had his stories and poetry published in issues of Sofawolf's New Fables anthologies:
- 2007: story: A Non-Biodegradable Fox
- 2008: poem: Etiquette
- 2010: poem: On Approaches to Describing Moonlight in Poetry, and story: How the Schoolteacher Got His Song
- 2012: story: Monsters
As "Not Tube", Ryan contributed the story Moonthief to Sofawolf's X, an anthology themed around the Ten Commandments.
Ryan has also participated in writing panels at Further Confusion.
Ryan has appeared as a guest in several episodes of the writing-oriented Unsheathed podcast.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Ryan Campbell's biography on the Furry Writers' Guild. Retrieved May 25, 2012
- ↑ Further Confusion 2010 schedule for Clare Bell on rathascourage.com. Retrieved May 25, 2012
- ↑ "How to Be a Writer", scheduled in Further Confusion 2012. Retrieved May 25, 2012
- ↑ Unsheathed episode synopses on itunes.apple.com. Retrieved May 25, 2012
- Ottagon Way - Toob on LiveJournal
- Not Tube Wilberforce on Twitter
- Ryan Campbell on the Furry Writers' Guild
- Tube and Not Tube on Fur Affinity
- Ryan Campbell at Goodreads
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