An archive of furry macrophile stories and the occasional essay written by Arilin Thorferra. For more information about Arilin—or what “furry” or “macrophile” means—visit the About page.
I’ve been running a serial—two serials!—on Patreon for a while. This is looking back at where the project’s been, and where it’s likely to go.
Being a modern pirate in the 1930s seemed like it was working out well for you, until you had the misfortune of meeting a fetching otter lass with a unique way of dealing with pirates. A quick vignette featuring Tallulah, the otter from “The Sea Monster of Dorgissey Harbour,” done to get a certain image out of my head. (Spoiler: it didn’t work.)
A series of flash fiction pieces written from the point of view of a mysterious mouse woman as she finds fascinating and dangerous ways to have fun.
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.