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Welcome to the home of Dog Writing. That is to say, for the most part, stories written about dogs. I suppose, also, stories written by a dog. I am your host, and this website is a collection of my work. Almost all of it is available through my SoFurry account, which also includes links to two ebook collections I’ve written.

Alternatively, if you are a subscriber to my Patreon, you can read a growing library of such material (which will include the ebook content)—annotated, explained, and otherwise marked up for your enjoyment—here on the site. You can also peruse various elements of worldbuilding and other such things.

Below are the five most recent additions to the site (if you do not have an account, or are not logged in, these links may not work).

Aug 16, 2019, 3:27 AM
A coyote outlaw finds an unexpected benefit to robbing trains in the form of Margaret-Clara Wilson, who has different ideas about the whole thing. Adult; content warnings apply. First posted December 30th, 2011. Includes notes and commentary.
Aug 16, 2019, 2:30 AM
The pirate captain Majdala al-Rustaqi discovers a stowaway aboard her ship and adventures ensue. Adult. Written in August, 2015 and first published in the e-anthology "Bodies in Motion." Includes notes, inline translations, and commentary.
Jul 12, 2019, 5:22 AM
A hitchhiker arrives in Cannon Shoals and encounters its more colorful residents. Adult; content warnings apply. First posted July 5th, 2019. Includes notes and commentary.
Jul 2, 2019, 12:07 PM
Art Warren, a self-styled "knight errant," goes on quests and generally tries to be helpful (?) in the American West of the mid-1970s. Adult. Written in August, 2015 and first published in the e-anthology "Bodies in Motion." Includes notes and commentary.
Jul 2, 2019, 12:00 PM
Alfri Tetheas, a young gambler on his first mission abroad, decides to get some quality Meddling in with an unsavory foreign merchant and the snow leopard who's less than thrilled to be serving him. Adult. Written in August, 2015 and first published in the e-anthology "Bodies in Motion." Includes notes and commentary.

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