If you listen closely to the cat’s purr or the squeaking hidden in the bush, what story might you hear? Animals in our own world have stories to tell, and there are stories to be told of the worlds those animals would make for themselves.
Be still and listen; maybe you’ll hear something magical.
- Hot Chocolate for the Unicorn — The Dragon and Unicorn come calling. [~1,000 words]
- The Canoe Race — When Camp Riverwind closes at the end of the summer, the local animals hold their own summer camp. [~3,500 words]
- Fox in the Hen House — Can a fox kit be raised by a mother hen? [~2,200 words]
- One Night in Nocturnia — A mad mouse scientist uncovers truths that he should never know. [~3,900 words]
- Weremoose — Darkfoot attacks a moose in the dead of winter, and his relationship with his pack will never be the same. [~500 words]
- Gerty and the Doesn’t-Smell-Like-a-Melon — Snuffle-snorting around the melon patch, Gerty finds something that does not smell like a melon. [~2,100 words]
- Frankenstein’s Gryphon — Igor the arctic fox learns that his master isn’t what he seems. [~8,400 words]
- Sheeperfly’s Lullaby — A sheep’s fairytale. [~1,400 words]
- The Mouse Who Was Born a Bear — Maureen never felt right as a bear. [~1,200 words]
- Feral Unicorn — Janie’s in over her head when her pet unicorn’s horn comes in, and he starts working mischievious magic around the house. [~4,800 words]
- A Real Stand-Up Guy — A pug dog comedian wrestles with mixed feelings about his on-stage persona. [~3,500 words]
- High School Dogs — Katasha is the only cat at the high school dance. [~1,000 words]
- Cyclops on Safari — A normal day on safari, in a different world. [~800 words]
- The Carousel of Spirits — When Artie finds a ghost haunting his carousel, it’s time for him to build a new horse. [~3,700 words]