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John R. Robey

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John R. Robey (a.k.a. “The Gneech”) is the creative force behind the popular webcomic The Suburban Jungle, editor of FurPlanet's "Reclamation Project" anthology, and writer of furry and fantasy/YA fantasy adventure stories. He is also a trained life coach specializing in writers/creatives and ADHD/executive dysfunction issues.

Besides "No Predation Allowed," the ten-year Suburban Jungle retrospective, his credits also include pieces for White Wolf Games’ Mage: The Ascension line, Street Fighter: The Storytelling Game supplements, and West End Games’ World of Indiana Jones. Gneech has received several honors for his work, being named Guest of Honor at the 2005 Mephit Furmeet, Iron Artist (Comics) for three years at Further Confusion in San Jo
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I think, in all, if I were going to a fictional book world, I would probably step into the world of P.G. Wodehouse, where even poor people are basically fine most of the time, and all you really have to do to get along in life is find the smart manservant in the background and consult them on the subject.(less)
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2020 has messed with everyone’s heads, mine included. But like Nick Fury, until the world stops spinning I’m going to keep moving on the assumption that it will continue. To that end, Reclamation Project: Year Two carries on! The submission cutoff date is still October 31st, although that may slide as production requirements change. I certainly haven’t

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