This week, the poetry of Frankenstein's Family is on sale for half price from Monday, March 16 through Sunday, March 22. This series is gothic fluff. It features themes of science, intellectualism, cuddly creatures, family of choice, friendship, Transylvanian culture, and social engineering. There are 5 poems,
The first two poems stand alone. The later three make up a triptych, and come after a story that Dialecticdreamer has written, "Urgent Business," slated to begin posting on Wednesday, so there are prerequisites before those poems can be published. They can be sponsored at any time, just have to wait for publication until something else gets posted first. Those are marked accordingly.
Currently available are the following poems. They appear in series chronological order,
"Truth, Lovingly Told"
Csilla asks Dorottya and Dénes for another feeding, only to discover that demisexual men don't fare well at high speed.
"Measure the Abundance"
This year, Victor and Igor's Christmas tree is about to get a lot fancier than last year's. It's ... so ... shiny!
"Man's True Nature"
When Fridrik steps in a trap, he has difficulty accepting help from human friends.
Available for posting after "Urgent Business" by Dialecticdreamer, so the new poems should start posting on Wednesday.
zianuray sent $10 --> $133.50 to be fully funded
janetmiles sent $3.50 --> $130
EdorFaus sent $100
EdorFaus sent $30
"Between Power and Vulnerability"
The morning after the trap incident, Victor and Igor check on Fridrik and try to help him cope with the stress of being temporarily disabled.
Available for posting after "Urgent Business" and "Man's True Nature"
"The Noblest of All Animals"
Shandor's past experiences make him dubious, but Victor is *determined* to have justice for the trap incident.
early January, day after "Man's True Nature"
Available for posting after "Urgent Business," "Man's True Nature," and "Between Power and Vulnerability"
"The Red and the Yellow"
Minor injuries are a natural part of childhood, but when it's Adam, his fathers struggle to deal with it.