I'm a subversive, transgressive artist in an increasingly prohibitive and hypocritical conservative regime.
My work has shifted from fevered erotic giantess stories to world-building and speculative fiction. I write about the relationships around tiny people in a normal-sized society, and how regular people cope with giants and giantesses. I've experimented with original artwork, recording audiobooks, and even performing a size-fantasy song. I host a quarterly contest of other size-fantasy writers, encouraging my community to produce more and better work.
How do you approach cover design?
Usually the cover is dictated by the content: I only think about a cover after the story's written, and so the cover will be a representative scene. Obviously you want to choose a moment that sums up the larger story, the conflict, or the nature of the main character. After that, you have to shop around for an artist you like: I rely on a local graphic artist whose style I like. I'm careful to communicate clearly and we work well together.
What do you read for pleasure?
Right now I'm going through Vonnegut's oeuvre because he does everything well. Great sense of humor, great dramatic twists, great insight into the human condition, everything. Vonnegut is very useful to study, but his stories are also very easy to lose myself in. They clip right along, I care about everyone quickly, and I'm curious to find out what happens next.
A sexual predator corners Melanie after exercise class, describing all the sick, lurid things he wants to do to her. But when she shrinks him down with a mysterious self-defense kit, he's on the defensive as Melanie forces every last perverted request upon her helpless prisoner.
A skilled programmer, Claire's exploited and harassed by her agency. She has to find it within herself to stand up for her rights... and bring her problems (and her tormentors) down to a more manageable size.
Helen dreads her company's annual holiday party, but she finds a kindred spirit and easy flirt in intern Jerry. Add a magical cocktail that shrinks Jerry down to the size of a toy, and Helen indulges in an end-of-year bonus like she couldn't have dreamed of.
Lying, womanizing Caleb destroyed a good relationship with Verna, but now he has a pill to shrink himself down and she's the only giantess he desires. She agrees to use him for one more night of impossible passion, and all he has to do is respect her and keep his word. If he can't, it may cost him his life.
William's packing up on his last day at work, when the cute receptionist lets slip the office secret: a special favor some women do for certain men. William requests this intimate service of his long-time crush and boss, tyrannical Juana. But he has no idea how crushing this crush can be.