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A troubled coyote girl—or perhaps a coyote girl who’s a lot of trouble—applies to a “last chance” high school, and tries to convince her interviewers to let her attend.
Jeve and Juniper from “The Familiar” return! Jeve, now moderately successful as a traveling wizard, takes on what should be a simple case of banishing a minor demon while musing on the greater challenge of his relationship to the coyote spirit.
In a future where the gap between the haves and have-nots has widened immeasurably, a policeman is called to an unbelievable hostage situation—a brilliant anarchist hacker has somehow become a giantess to threaten a research facility. (I used to refer to this as Attack of the 50-Foot Woman meets Blade Runner.)
Four mouse-people play a dangerous game with a sociopathic feline giantess, with one simple goal: be out in the open in her apartment and survive. But the odds against them may be higher than they know. This story introduced Arilin—as a villain. Illustrations by Ken Sample.
Sarah, a half-faerie red wolf woman, has size-shifting and magical powers tied to the moon’s phase. On the night of a supermoon, she discovers her powers exponentially more powerful—and loses herself in them. Will there be much of a planet left by the time she recovers? Of course, with faerie magic, things are often more complicated than that in the end…
A vignette about a young human fascinated by furry giantesses who’s talked his way into being taken home by a beautiful giant raccoon woman. What she wants out of the encounter might not be what he does.
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.)
A lion travels to post-colonial Africa to negotiate with an impala tribe on behalf of the Royal African Mining Company, expecting to have the upper hand in a game of diplomacy. He hadn’t expected the tribal ambassadress to be Swarakubwa.
A caustic but brilliant programmer is dragged by her friend to a new virtual reality game installation. While she starts out more irritated than excited, she finds an interesting bug to exploit, letting both of them wreak cartoonish havoc—at least while they can remain a step or two ahead of management.
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.
Jeve has become an itinerant magician in a land where magic is being eclipsed by the new wonders of engineering and steam. His bad luck, though, changes when he finds a coyote familiar—one who may be much more than she appears.
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.