Well, and novels. Let's say more than 10,000 words.
I spend a lot of time writing, and if you know me from outside of my close circle of friends it's probably as a writer — generally of novella-length fiction. I have a hard time, for various reasons, putting things together in shorter than 10,000 words or longer than 40,000 or so. Accordingly I have written only two novels. Coincidentally (!) I have participated in NaNoWriMo over the past two years. Ideally, by the end of 2011, I will have written three novels. Also coincidentally.

Also for various reasons, nearly everything I write, and certainly nearly everything that is read, falls within that subgenre of sci-fi known as "furry" — people who look, and to an extent behave, like animals. In my early years, I was very bad about making this "matter," but I like to think I've improved on that. Either way, all these stories are open for comment, and I can't really get better without critique, so... have at me.
  • Binding the Restless Wave — June 29, 2008 - 8:03pm
    Novella in the "Sympathy" canon about a freighter captain and his unexpected discovery
  • Eve of Destruction — June 29, 2008 - 9:42pm
    The fragmented 1980s, the Soviet Union, rock music, archaeology, collies, and thou...
  • The High, Untrespassed Sanctity of Space — April 19, 2011 - 1:48am
    The year is 2996. The Systems Union spans 1251 planets and moons, with a total population of just over 164 billion. it is egalitarian, peaceful, welcoming, and loved—so long as you play by the rules. For those on the fringe, it is also corrupt, controlling, ineffective, heavy-handed, and corporate. This is the story of those misfits who do not even know how little they belong in a society that fancies itself the pinnacle of civilisation at the dawn of the 4th millennium.
  • The Long and Winding Road — June 29, 2008 - 9:43pm
    The 1960s as seen through a musical lens. This is, I have to admit, my favourite story.
  • Some take the road to Damascus — January 01, 2009 - 12:16am
    Where we learn that crime does not, in fact, pay.
  • Someone to Watch Over Me — June 29, 2008 - 9:38pm
    Another romance, this one set somewhat incongruously at Portland International. Airports can take you places.
  • The Surly Bonds of Earth — June 29, 2008 - 9:56pm
    How do you fly without wings? Steampunk, of course!
  • Sympathy for the Devil — June 29, 2008 - 9:33pm
    Romance in unexpected places brings with it, also, unexpected consequences