For those new to my work, you’ll find here a year-by-year introduction to my work. The longer and most complete stories are listed on the Featured Stories page on this website, so what follows below is a highlights package of captions and vignettes that represents a few of my own favorites and some items that have stirred up interest among my readership. Feel free to browse from here to the full-year archives for many more works of TG fiction.
Note: The length of the PDF file is shown in brackets (number of pages).
A Little Too Eager (1)
A vindictive landlady catches a young cross-dresser in the act, but finds that her attempt to punish him might just be to his liking…
Hollow People (13)
In the aftermath of a psychopath’s use of the Costume Gun, two people are left to pick up the pieces of their broken lives.
For King and Country (8)
A man who feels driven to impersonate his late mother soon finds himself drafted into serving his country in a way he could never have imagined.
Selling Out (11)
A closeted cross-dresser is visited by a door-to-door salesman whose wares include the most high-tech breast forms imaginable… and an ulterior motive.
Neural Malware (1)
A glimpse into the near future: don’t forget to install your neural firewall before it’s too late!
Answers from the Great Beyond (11)
An emissary from Hell escorts a cross-dresser to his destiny in the next world.
Oath of Office (1)
Beware the overzealous beautician who takes her sworn oath just a wee bit too seriously!
A Time Machine! (9)
Beware the machine that can reach back through time, because meddling with the past might just turn you into a woman.
Miss American Girl (6)
A promise to his sister led Marcus into a world of womanhood.
Spock Reborn (1)
This is the way the film should have ended.
I’m Just Sarah (2)
Being your wife can be terribly invasive… until all of a sudden it isn’t.
Better Not to Know (7)
When you finally score a date with a hot chick, it’s good advice to avoid looking the proverbial horse in the mouth (or anywhere else).
The New You (3)
A transgender son’s admiration for his mother is taken to its logical, unsettling conclusion.
The magazine for men who enjoy being women. (Alas, only the cover of this fabulous magazine is available online—or anywhere else.)
Cross-dressing can be terribly addictive, and for those afflicted the danger is frighteningly real…
The World Needs More (1)
So true! A world in crisis needs a lot more cross-dressers! It’s a seller’s market, people—and there just aren’t enough of us to go around.
In Her Shoes (2)
A tall tale of a young man following in his mother’s footsteps… very literally.
Transgender Aversion Therapy (1)
Is this the ultimate cure for cross-dressing? Yes, in the sense that ‘cross’ no longer applies.
Simon Says (15)
An absurd premise leads to a magical transformation and some trippy TG repartee in this humorous romp about doing whatever it takes to find true love.
Don’t Jump to Conclusions (1)
One of my better and most popular comic covers, with some truly nifty dialogue.
Ponytails Still Rule (1)
The ponytail is a potent image of feminine style and grace. It also likes to get its way…
New York at Night (1)
A glimpse into the kind of alternate world that I for one would have no trouble living in.
The Game (11)
A seriously sensuous vignette about body-swapping between a man and wife, with predictable consequences.
A Death in the Family (3)
A vignette showcasing the power of telling a tale over a short series of linked TG captions.
Public Gender (4)
A unique multi-caption vignette with an important message for the TG community.
Martian Fever (5)
Tranny, Phone Home (1)
A TG caption that nicely illustrates my playful sense of humor and exquisite comedic timing.
Conversion Process 2113 (1)
A TG caption that mixes science fiction tropes with cutting humor, which is me to a Tee, Bree.
This is What I Am (1)
A rather unique TG caption that really does capture some aspect of who I really am.
Masculine Liberation (1)
One of my earlier TG captions, and a fav partly because of the truly classy lady in the picture.
Mirror, Mirror (1)
A book I’m sure we’d all like to read, but one that doesn’t exist and likely never will.
Problem Child (12)
A personal favorite of mine, partly because I liked the character of Chase Meridian so much, and partly because of the way the story explores and extends the whole Batman-Robin mythos. If you know what I mean (nudge, nudge, wink, wink…).
Age of Discovery (22)
A very personal story of cross-dressing and social exclusion, touching on the classic TG themes of wigs and bodysuits. When you become the object of your own affections, where do you draw the line between loving someone else and loving yourself?
A classic bodysuit story with a twist. This was the first story to bring me widespread attention in the online world, when it appeared as a front-page recommendation from TGComics. The story is a lot shorter than I remember. Color me surprised.
I used to have a different item here, but upon re-reading my work from 2007 I’ve come to realize that this touching tale better represents both myself and my writing.