John Lynne is a writer of anthropomorphic fiction from the American West. Raised in the Rocky Mountains, he discovered his love of the natural world on walks in the wooded mountains around his home. Inspired by the beauty of nature and the writing of Brian Jacques, he began writing furry stories in 2006. Dominant themes in his work include the spiritual, supernatural, historical, and ephemeral.
His first published work was a short story entitled “The World Within” in the FurPlanet Productions anthology Abandoned Places (December 2014), edited by Tarl Hoch.
Outside the furry aspect of his life, he studies English and History at a private university.
You can visit Lynne at http://www.furaffinity.net/user/jlynne/