Prologue: Dryad

Dana Caldwell

A little story I wrote when I was infatuated with this guy who had NO interest in me. It was kinda a launching pad for a much more complex story.

Dryad: Chapter 1

Dana Caldwell

Okay, not an original title... This is a continuation of Dryad, the Dryad story itself being the introduction. It will certainly be a work in progress. Stop by every so often to see if I've updated it

League Reunited, Chapter 3: Inside Information

N. Henry

Equipped now with the Gifts of the Mighty, the League makes their way to the origin of the spectacular map that led them on their great quest in the first place, the legendary city of Amphiroth and it's patron, Lady Zaren.

Ranger, Prologue: Reason and Passion

N. Henry

The much asked-for origins of Etheria's greatest hero, Nathanael of Wildrem Wood, chronicled for the first time in an epic tale centuries in the making!

Ranger, Chapter 1: Marked, Part 1

N. Henry

Nathanael of Wildrem Wood, under Desirae Dryad's care, grows into a capable young warrior with the Grace and protection of the Forest to guide him. When the Rangers come to claim him, will he be able to leave his beloved home and mother behind?

Ansrith, Part II

Nicholas Chase

Ansrith continues his tale.

Triuncula Chapter 1

Stuart Ferguson

A farmer's son and a blacksmith's son compete for a great gift of fate.

The Dryad

Laura Goude

Just a short poem I came up with one rainy Sunday afternoon...


Katherine Burt

Do not forget that we owe the earth- not the other way around.

The Blade of Arcturas: Chapter 1

Pat Zerkel

The second installment of Isaac's adventure. Not sure what else to say. Read!

Shadows of the Future

Christopher R Regan

Starshadow laments the past, even as he looks to the future. Unable to fight destiny, he is forced to bear witness to a tragic fate involving his beloved Arëanna.

Oakeys: Chapter One

Neil Polenske

First Chapter, which tells how a child named Charlie finds a new place to hang out with his friends.

The Death of Acan - 5

Matthew Donovan

The boy from the glades leaves his homeland with a new perspective.

The Memory of Trees

Daniela Doyne

The basic idea was inspired by my friend Rybe and listening to Enya and stuff helped it along as well. Nothing special. And yes, I know she would actually have to be a dryad. But I liked the concept of nymphs being more woodsy creatures than skimpily clad females.

Sing to the Trees

Benjamin Lein

This whole story came from the title. It was picked by someone else... But anyway. I'm sure you'd rather read


Justine T. Phillips

Shounen ai. My newest couple, a prim and proper elven prince, and a lain back pirate find the path to love, once upon a warm, summer day, upon a little bit of questing, inside this short story. Another one of my sad attempts at a bit of romantic humor. Involves my shounen ai-lovin' muse, the Goddess Toriko, and her loyal follower nymphs.


Anna Mortensen

This is yet another addition to the Phoenix Cycle. Eddric is easily one of the most important characters and even though she didn't exist until I started writing this, Sa're very well may have a significant role. Though this piece may be lacking in many ways, it is one of my favorites.

A Black Flower

Emily Grist

This is for Damien R. Tauri, a wonderful writer who I suggest you go visit immediately. I wrote this on his request, since I never write poetry and he says I should. I don't think this is very good, but then again, I don't really like poems. About a dryad and her tree dying. I think it's got potential... By the way, I made up two words. 'Skyless' and 'Nightless.' Yes. I am the female version of Shakespeare. But not really.

The Dryad's Tale

Regina Biffle

First part of what I hope will become an epic ballad sort of thing . . . if you couldn't tell, it's about a dryad. This little section is mostly about her parents . . . but she does get mentioned in the last three stanzas (if they really are stanzas).

The Dryad's Song -- poem

Anna Smith

Garroway is a were-dingo. This is to say, he used to be a normal dingo, with a mate, a section of territory, pups, and the job of helping raise them. One night, something attacked and bit him. The next full moon, the poor feral dog found himself a man. He now tends to stay in a hybrid form. But that's just the beginning. A roleplay character of mine, the gallant coward, scholar of poetry and literature, and thorough rogue often takes to spouting bits or whole compositions of poems, songs, or rhymes in response to everyday happenings, or to entertain. Much of his poetry rhymes. Almost all, in fact. And, since it's done within the bounds of real time roleplaying, I come up with it on the spot, and generally very fast. This 'song' was in response to a dryad character asking for a song, Garroway asking her to name a subject, to which she answered - surprise - a tree. I took that and ran, and the result is what you see below.