Jazz The Rabbit

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This article is about the furry Jazz the Rabbit. For Jazz Jackrabbit and any other uses of the name Jazz, see Jazz.

Jazz The Rabbit, also known as Jazzmospazz or bunny nee fox, is a Chicago denizen and a formerly retired member of Midwest FurFest staff. He can also be found as The Foxish on sites such as Twitter. He is a former member of the Ohana House group, and the creator of literary characters Lady Victoria Chatterlynx of Lady Chatterlynx's Lover and "Maybe" Monroe".

As of 2016, Jazz is enjoying his 21st anniversary with the furry fandom. He is one of a handful of regulars on FurToonia, and his characters Funkvixen and Discobunny can be found on FurryMuck, Tapestries or periodically connected to Second Life as Funkvixen Madonna or Nicole DeMarco.

Jazz was co-director with Quasi Skunk of Midwest Furfest's convention hospitality suite ("The Con Suite") from 2002 to 2005 before retiring due to stress, as well as the Head of Video Gaming for Furry Connection North and Condition until their respective closures. Presently, he is the Assistant Director of the Anthrocon Dealers Room and an assistant staff member of the Midwest FurFest Dealers Room.

Works under his pen-name have been published in FANG Volumes 5 ("Differential Equations") and 7 ("Strings"), as well as the horror anthology Abandoned Places ("Stared Too Deeply"), all published by Furplanet. His first and to date only novel, Child of Stone & Other Stories, can be purchased via Smashwords.

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