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Welcome to the Iridescence Studios Weasyl page. This page is dedicated to the promotion and support of the joint writing efforts of MeganBryar and LaurenRivers.


laurenrivers is a professional zebra who specializes in writing scifi/fantasy, post apocalyptic adventure, fantasy, and werewolf fiction. Located in Texas, she is a longtime member of the furry fandom with a penchant for hooved animals.

Her writing inspirations are anything Joss Whedon, Battlestar Galactica (2008), Stein's Gate, Legend of Korra, Final Fantasy, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Among her publications are
Roar Vol. 4 A short story titled "Almost Famous".
Allasso Vol. 3 : Storge A short story titled "First Flight".

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Meganbryar is a professional bunny who primarily writes fantasy stories with a furry flavor, though she has been known to dabble in sci-fi and horror as well. Megan lives in Kentucky and has been a member of the furry fandom for almost two decades. She has a particular affinity for rabbits and foxes, as well as equines of various flavors.

Among her publications are

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Latest Journal

Nichelle Nichols

As most of you know, I have a slight appreciation for Star Trek.


Okay, no one believed that for a second. Other than furry, Star Trek is my biggest passion. I've been watching the shows since I was 5, and back in my day puts on old person glasses there were only TWO trek series. I didn't know how television worked back then. I didn't know that shows could be cancelled, that they had things they had to do to get to air, I just turned on the television and every week there'd be an episode of the stalwart crew of the Enterprise D.

Now I as a child did not know about spinoffs, but my parents introduced me to Star Trek: The Original Series, and like TNG I fell in love with it. I never knew back then that it was odd for the time to have Nichelle and George on the cast, nor did I know what a struggle it was for black people to be accepted in 1967. I did not know how much of an impact she had on the real life space program, and if you don't, I suggest you find out.

One of her favorite stories to tell about her time on Star Trek was right at the end of the first season, when she considered leaving the series. But fate, or more accurately, Doctor Martin Luther King Jr, intervened. She tells the story far more eloquently than I ever could, so allow me to share with you her story.

I had the opportunity to meet her once at my first Star Trek convention in 2018. Alas it was only a brief expression of my appreciation for her work, but still, I value the opportunity.

She quite literally changed the world, and she will be missed.

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