What Are the Chronicles of the Stag God?

The Chronicles of the Stag God are a series of multi-chapter short stories and one-shot pieces of fiction set in the world of Khernia, a fantasy setting. Though most of them have something to do with the great Stag God, Ashlan, in some fashion, not all do -- some are simply set in the same world.

Reader Warning
The Chronicles of the Stag God are unabashedly pornographic in tone and content. Though many of the elements within perhaps skirt the bounds of comfort for some, I believe that they do what fantasy and the imagination have always done: that is, they explore "what if" in a context that is completely safe, and in which no one can actually get hurt.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Come And Get It (More Art by Kupopo)

Here is another piece by the amazing Kupopo, depicting what I like to think of as the truest aspect of Ashlan - reclined, masterful, superior, knowing that you really, really can't resist. Come get some.

Click it to er...make it bigger. ;)
You can find Kupopo and his amazing artwork online at his Beasts 'n Brutes blog, or his Fur Affinity profile!

Friday, December 11, 2009

The Stag God, by Kupopo

I have had the wonderful honor of making the acquaintance of an artist who does the most amazing erotic fantasy art. His interests are wide and varied, though his talent is always sharp, crisp and completely hot.

This fellow, who goes by the online handle of Kupopo, has done a couple of pieces that we're likely going to use in the upcoming eBook and Print-on-Demand copies of the Stag God Chronicles (more on that later). But he also did some pieces to capture the spirit of everyone's favorite Stag-God, and this is one of them.

You can find Kupopo and his amazing artwork online at his Beasts 'n Brutes blog, or his Fur Affinity profile!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Fan Art: Imbru (from "Stag God is Born")

The incomparable Raul Guerra did this amazing piece of artwork, depicting the orc Imbru from the "Stag God is Born" series.

He gave this to me as a gift, and gave his blessing for me to share this with you folks, for which I am incredibly appreciative.

I have to say, it is tremendously flattering to have an artist of Raul's caliber take something I created and apply his own talent to the story, with such amazing results.

Truthfully, looking at this picture, I can see why old Uncle Artemi kept Imbru around for as long as he did. :)