Five original short stories by Aborigen, all dealing with the shrink fetish in various styles, from comical to violent. "Gilbert the Goblin Goes to Town"—a naive goblin finds misadventure in the annual county festival. "The Disconnect"—a man discovers his world is a computer program with broken code and falls into the mercy of a coworker. "No Good Deed"—a nebbishy young man helps a large, dull woman with her computer, and she rewards him by turning him into a diminutive sex slave.
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About the Author
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.