I've written a few stories in my free time and they usually fall into the science-fiction, fantasy, or slice of life genres
A short story set in the Post-Self sci-fi universe written by Madison Scott-Clary. I love the series of books and getting a chance to play around in this setting was extremely fun. My story focuses on a group of uploaded people who don't experience the process of forking, or splitting off your consciousness into another you, in the same way as everyone else in the System. I feel pretty proud of this one and am hopeful that you will check it out!
An Epiphany based holiday story about an immortal dragon and a depiction of the folklore character La Befana about traveling through a harsh storm to bring joy to the children. Really excited for folks to read this one! It has some of my favorite lines I've written in it.
A new horror story that just recently got published! This one follows a couple as they move into their new rental home with a close friend. But none of them are prepared for the danger that lurks beneath their paws.
I took another crack at the Oxfurred Comma Con Flash Fiction Contest last year and I'm happy with how it turned out! This was a scene for a story I hope to flesh out at some point about a group of pirate dragons who sail in search of their ultimate treasure.
A story written for the Roar Vol. 11 anthology whose theme is innovation. Stars a spider filmmaker who gets the chance of a lifetime to prove herself as a director. Available for purchase now at Furplanet!
A little bit ago, Rob MacWolf proposed a new kind of Voice of Dog episode that would allow writers to submit smaller pieces of fiction and the idea was to wrap these flash fiction stories in an overarching narrative where characters from the stores would be telling those stories to each other over a fire. I immediately loved the concept and submitted my story, "You're My Guiding Star" to him and it got accepted! The finished episode is now out and I'm really excited for you to listen!
Flash fiction of about 1,000 words that follows a songbird as he rushes to escape his cat captors. Available for a free download from the Weasel Press website below!
A light horror story written for a themed Halloween week on the Voice of Dog! It follows Clive and Sherman, two teenagers who stowaway on a train that is rumored to be haunted. What will they find on their midnight ride?
This story was written for a really unique anthology premise, that being undersea animals! I was really excited to write about a krill daredevil and his pragmatic hermit crab best friend and can't wait for you to read about their adventure.
Published as part of a writing contest for the first ever Oxfurred Comma, a convention dedicated to helping out furry writers during the first year of lockdown. The collection features all the flash fiction entered into the contest, including my story about a dragon who just wants some friends he can relate to. You can download it for free over at Smashwords at the link below.
New story featured on the Voice of Dog! Follows a fox forest spirit made of leaves as she tries to experience all she can before Fall is over. She meets a dog that can walk over water, a tree that is somehow a dragon, and a cat that's lost his family.
I've recently found out about a podcast run by Khaki, who reads out short stories to help lift folks up in their day to day. I submitted a story to him and he did a fantastic job with it! Please give it a listen over at the podcast website or your podcast platform of choice!
My second ever published short story in an anthology! The book is no longer available from the publisher, but please check out their other books:
My first short story to be published in an anthology ever! I'm so excited to be a part of this project and the story means a lot to me. There's a new wiki detailing events of the anthology to get ready for the 2nd year here: https://rpwiki.co/
Check it out for yourself by ordering a copy here:
This convention's theme was summer camp and as such I felt like it could use a classic spin on the often passed around "snipe hunt" tradition. You can read the full story in the conbook!
This conbook's theme was movie monsters and I decided to write a story about a sleeping lizard deep within a mountain. You can read the full story in the conbook!
A section for folks to get excited about stories that have been accepted but haven't been published yet. Once they are available, I'll remove them from this section and add them to the section above with the link where you can find them!
A sports themed story set in an anthology full of mini-anthologies that all center around common settings for furry stories to take place in. Lindsey, the rhino goalie for her local soccer team is excited to spend some time with Annie, the anteater mid-fielder before their big playoff game.
Pending edits, I've gotten word that my story has been selected for this anthology and I'm really excited that I made it into this one! The story follows Ernie, a retired truck driver living on the System, as he goes to a support group for people who experience forking differently than the rest of the people on the System. I'm happy with how it turned out and the themes of queer folk making spaces for themselves to live authentically is one that is close to my heart.