Ordered by publication date, most recent to last. Also see the indexes by genre, character and title.
A tall wolf flirts with a mouse girl he met at a club, but things aren’t as they first appear. A quick trashy flash fiction piece (not even 600 words).
All things considered, young executive Saida Talirend has a steady, well-to-do life—and a boring one. Except one or two weekends a month, when she travels to a land where she’s a giantess. That’s the good side; the bad side is there, she sometimes has to deal with a strange, vengeful curse. Even so, those weekends usually don’t have many surprises…until she sees a mysterious young rabbit woman she’s immediately smitten with. A preview of Mensura College: Saida & Autumn, a Patreon-supported serial.
Travel writer Deborah Harding’s come to a small island off the coast of Cornwall, known for its colorful past. What she finds might be just the story she needs to break out of banal feature-writing…if it doesn’t get her killed. A new story, with all new characters, in the world of Goddess and “The Perfect Secretary.”
The world is on the brink of nuclear war. An analyst at an intelligence agency has had apocalyptic dreams for months—but wakes up to one that becomes real: not of bombs, but of an impossibly huge rat woman effortlessly destroying a city. As he tries to find ways to stop her, very human politics get in the way—and he worries that he’s not only attracted to her, but in some mysterious way, connected to her.
Riona, the young coyote “mini-giantess,” convinces Arilin’s cousin Saida to help her test out growth magic. But it becomes clear Riona wants to test the limit of Saida’s curse…including just how much trouble the coyote can tease the cat into. A short vignette that’s mostly an excuse for seductive vore. (The story of Saida’s curse is told in “A Matter of Small Consequence”.)
Regina Flint is a mouse woman in trouble with the law—and a size-shifter. Vincent Kerwin is a respectable businessfox with a secret—he’s a lieutenant in the “Company,” a criminal syndicate. He has a proposition for Miss Flint, to remake herself as his secretary. But not everyone in his organization is pleased with the idea, and the more she throws her weight around, the more tensions rise. A novelette in the same world as Goddess and “An Unconventional Valet.”
If there are other intelligent species in the universe, why haven’t any of them made contact with us? One theory is that once they hit a certain point of development—a point about where humanity is now—something catastrophic happens to them. Flash fiction (only 600 words) based on a daydream.
The goddess of death, weary with the demands of her function, is offered an extraordinary gift by the goddess of love—but some gifts carry unintended dangers for beings such as Inanael. (Only peripherally macrophile, but worth the read if you like the character/mythology.)
Jen Heath has a secret: the rat girl has a crush on her college composition professor—a feline giantess. But she’s attracted the attention of a campus playboy and online bully with far darker secrets. Jen, Rory and Professor Thorferra are drawn together in an increasingly high stakes game of cat-and-mouse.
Saida, Arilin’s younger cousin, isn’t sociopathic, but she’s quite comfortable as a giantess in a world of littles. Not everyone else is as comfortable with it as she is, though, and one little with extraordinary power seems to have taken it on himself to turn the tables on some giants…
The apartment complex you live in was never good, but now it has an impossible predator roaming unstoppably. Can you stop her? Do you want to? Flash fiction for Halloween 2015, inspired by RenaAyama’s character Abyss.
Six years ago on a desert photography trip (“The Model”), rabbit Cyril came across a coyote giantess and found himself terrified, teased—and obsessed. He has photos he doesn’t dare share, but has begun to doubt even that apparent proof. Now, on a new trip documenting a beautiful wilderness destined for destruction, he gets more than he bargained for.
After watching a wolf woman stomp his friend to death, Rowan the fox plots revenge. But when his triumph is within reach, can he really be as cruel as he needs to be—and is the wolf really what he imagines?
A medieval village beset by a mysterious monster appoints a reluctant mouse as its newest knight. Alfie decides to ignore the advice foisted on him by the village’s leader, though, and discovers the “monster” is something entirely different than what he’d been led to believe.
An amiable upper class layabout finds—or is found by—a tigress named Jeeves, who flouts the gender roles of the age and becomes his personal assistant. When his aunt’s family business has a crisis, though, he discovers Jeeves has more powers than her impeccable taste.