Tracy Queen by Oneshi Press is proud to show off the credits of creators as well as our growing team. The amount of combined professional experience in our raster is staggering so we’ll only be listing the most pertinent experiences of team member. Please be sure to subscribe to our Patreon Campaign to get a slew of awesome perks while helping to keep our growing team fed, and get tons of great perks including works-in-progress, a high res copy of each new page as it’s available, one-offs, and more!
Writer & co-creator of Tracy Queen, started writing young and never stopped. Her primary focus is in the oddly congruent corners of adult entertainment, gender issues, and feminism. As a DVD reviewer and set copy writer for numerous adult magazines, she got an eyeful of smut and a mind full of questions, which she parlayed into a column at McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. She then spent three years as the editor-in-chief of the online adult industry magazine WHACK! There, under the name Miss Lagsalot, she conducted dozens of interviews with adult stars and wrote her sparkly little heart out. During this time she also curated a video art exhibition at apexart in New York City featuring four short films she directed and produced, won a 2013 Feminist P*rn Award for one of those films, and whored it up with The New York City Poetry Brothel.
She has published fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry in print and online at outlets like Bitch Magazine, Refinery29, Bust Magazine, Luna Luna Magazine, xoJane, the Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, and others. These days she works as a freelance copyeditor and journalist while also creating Tracy Queen, blogging at her website, toiling over a few other book projects, and launching Oneshi Press. Please feel free to contact her by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook at facebook.com/misslagsalot, or on Twitter at @misslagsalot!
Illustrator/designer & co-creator of Tracy Queen, is a multi-disciplinary visual artist who graduated from The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan in 2003 with a BFA in Illustration, and continued his arts education taking electives at Hofstra University and Pratt. Over the past decade he has done freelance work as an art director, illustrator, animator, graphic designer, VFX technician, and web designer on a variety of multimedia projects.
His animation work for Wagner’s Die Walküre (conducted by James Levine and directed by Robert LePage) was shown at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, and his animation work for Marvel’s Astonishing X-Men (written by Joss Whedon, illustrated by John Cassaday, and directed by Neal Adams) was projected onto the side of a building in Union Square at MarvelFest. He recently left a four-year stint of working at Neal Adams Continuity Studios as a web designer, animator, and VFX technician to focus on developing Oneshi Press. Jayel continues to work with Continuity Studios along with a plethora of other clients on a freelance basis.
CGI Previs/Reference Modeler for Tracy Queen.
With over a decade of experience in the 3d animation/VFX industry, Chris has provided freelance professional work on advertisements for American Express, Coca Cola, Crayola, Newsday, and many others. Chris has also done 3d work on independent films including The Last Winter, Sleep Dealer, and Danny and the Wild Bunch. Currently, Chris works as a Senior Modeler at DHX Media on Nickelodeon’s children’s series Blaze and the Monster Machines. Check out Chris’s online portfolio at polygonpusherinc.com.
For Tracy Queen, Species co-creator Chris Covelli used his proprietary software “Species” (Species is available exclusively through Exocortex Technologies) to create, alter, and manipulate 3d modeled characters to use as reference for the artwork.
Cardinal Rae is a letterer and designer with Fenix Works, Inc. who has worked for DC Comics, Papercutz, and other comics publishers. She has Lettered for both Tracy Queen, and PACK, as well as provided beta-reads for Children of Gaia.