With all the short items floating around this website, it’s easy to lose track of what I consider to be my signature pieces: the stories that stand as complete works of fiction, with in-depth characters and a satisfying narrative arc. Captions and vignettes are fun, but they lack depth and detail. The reason I write TG fiction is to create well-rounded stories that capture something new about the transgender experience. This is my best work.
Note: The length of the PDF file is shown in brackets (number of pages).
A glimpse into the future of cross-dressing and the kind of technology that we’d all like to see… and use on ourselves, of course!
A secret society of women dedicated to the total feminization of males sought to turn him into a woman… but his wife soon had cause to wonder whether Geofferson was honestly all that opposed to the idea.
Saving Grace (40)
In the face of alien invasion, all that stands between the Earth and certain destruction is an intrepid band of cross-dressers with nothing left to lose!
Table for Two (20)
A young couple goes out for dinner and stumbles into a rich man’s deadly game. The rules are simple: switch bodies with your partner for one night, but you must act the part and tell no one—not even your former self. Only someone is playing for keeps.
The Pact (66)
In an isolated New England town, an ancient agreement between two families forces a young man to defend the gender of his birth, against the power of a dark magic that seeks to transform him into the dutiful wife of a man the whole town has learned to fear.
That Old Black Magic (30)
Emmett Syster thought he was having a bad day when his junk disappeared—just like that. Then it got worse. A lot worse…
Chelsea Girl (107)
The latest addition to the Hawkins canon. This short novel is a follow-on to my earlier story “Acceptance” (from 2013).
Colin’s search for his true nature earns him the blame for a crime he did not commit. But who did the foul deed, and why does the trail lead straight to his best friend?
The Mask (51)
This story is another gonzo sci-fi romp in the mode of my earlier Brains Bennette story.
A long story that could be considered a tribute to those old horror flicks that involve a old house in an isolated area that turns out to be—surprise, surprise—haunted. Only with a transgender twist in the tail.
Regulation Housewife (18)
A woman tricks her husband into trading places with her. Hey, rules are rules and you can’t fight city hall, so just relax and see where it takes you. Maybe it’s all for the best.
Stand By Me (14)
This Twilight Zone tribute has garnered a lot of positive feedback. It’s a favorite of mine, mostly because of the mind-bending ending.
Fleet Escort (12)
A short but well-rounded story of a man tricked into wearing a female bodysuit, and finding out the hard way that it isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Going Home (27)
Sarah is a woman like no other, with the beauty of a harvest moon and a past she refuses to discuss. She will take all that you have to give. She will change your life.
Feed the Fever (31)
Winston Ashborne needed a cure stronger than hot soup: a tight skirt, a makeover, and an evening out—as a woman. Would he be a good boy and take his medicine?
The Interrogation (51)
Charged with a crime he did not commit, a man is subjected to an unusual interrogation technique, by a bureaucracy that will admit to no mistakes.
The Wedding (45)
For the perfect wedding, the best advice is this: don’t cheap out on the hypnotist.
This story is by far the all-time downloads leader for this website, and generated the most visitor feedback as well. It’s written in the style of the classic mystery stories most of us read as teenagers, and has been described as “part Nancy Drew, part zany sci-fi romp“. A reader on TG Storytime called it “the best TG story I have ever read”. Why argue with all these good people? Just read it!
A wife demonstrates in no uncertain terms that she is totally (and I mean totally) okay with her husband’s desire to assume the role of the woman. We should all be so lucky!
An experimental story with a focus on atmosphere. One reader at TG Storytime mentioned its “surreal, dreamlike quality”, which is exactly what I was aiming for.
The Skin (30)
With the help of an ancient artifact, a young cross-dresser follows in the footsteps of his late mother. Be warned: there is a brief bout of non-consensual sex but the (so-called) victim fights back, and ultimately wins.