In the United States, March is officially designated as Women’s History Month, and only this past week did I discover the Wordpress blog of Rune
Added: There is also this good story at
I emailed Patch, of http://dogpatch.press/ telling him about this, and in discussion he asked me if I could write up a short article about Rune’s blog post and Twitter.
I would like expand that story and include some mention of other notable achievements of female members of the furry community. In the research process I have looked at the FWG members list and found 29 female members of the Guild out of 165 total members. This number includes two members who I understand are transgender identifying as female, Austen Crowder and Madison “Makyo” Scott-Clary. If I have made a mistake in this identification I apologize and ask for correction of identification.
I have also found these four members whose gender I could not identify from their FWG profiles:
names removed by Shining River to protect privacy Thankyou.
Could someone please inform me as to how these above individuals identify in regards to gender and if I may include them in the number of female writers of the Furry Writers Guild?
I sense that this general subject of contributions by female members of the furry community could make for a greater essay, one that would be appropriate for next years Women’s History Month. I do feel that I am not best qualified to write such a work and that perhaps such a work might be better served by a collaboration of female writers. Thank you for your time and assistance.