More Than A Few Words

Welcome to the writing home of Madison Scott-Clary.

I am an author of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry living in Loveland, Colorado. My interests lie in the realms of furry fiction and non-fiction, collaborative fiction, and hypertextual writing. I am a member of the Furry Writers' Guild, and editor for several projects, fiction and non-fiction.

This site collects several of my written works, as well as blog entries that touch on several topics. When a new standalone work is posted outside of the blog, a blog entry often accompanies it, so feel free to follow the blog feed for pointers to new stories, non-fiction pieces, and poems, as well as works in progress!

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Recent posts

Poetry dump

posted in poetry on 12 Feb 2017

Whoops! I accidentally stayed up way too late fleshing out a bunch of poems from Missives, plus two more drafts! Oh well. Sleep is cheap, I guess. Anyway, there’s a whole bunch of new poems and stuff in the poetry section. Since I’m an incurable dork, this includes a PDF of collected works generated from the individual poems themselves.


Après un rêve

posted in fiction on 04 Feb 2017 Rated: PG

A young woman reluctantly goes through with the uploading procedure, risky though it is, to reconnect with her lover.


What Remains of Yourself

posted in fiction on 30 Jan 2017 Rated: X

A cat heads to a party. What’s usually a safe and comfortable group of friends is slowly dominated by a dog. A dog with plans.



posted in fiction on 26 Jan 2017

Qoheleth was an ARG, or Alternate Reality Game, which took place primarily online (there was one physical clue, but it was designed to not be required), but it was also a story in five parts. Each step of the way revealed more of the story itself, with the final piece containing instructions on how to notify on completion. Some crypto, some secrets, some digging.


How Charming - Part 3

posted in tech, how-charming on 05 Jan 2017

In the previous entry, we started the process of pulling together our charm, including a lot of configuration values. Some of those were standard charm fare, metadata and configuration values, but some were configuration for the charm layers. We also investigated what layers were and how they’re different from hooks. If you haven’t read the first two entries, please make sure that you do so, or this one won’t make much sense!


Gallery Exhibition: A Love Story

posted in fiction on 03 Jan 2017

This gallery exhibition serves as the capstone for Dear, Also, The Tree That Was Felled, of the Ode Clade in its role as fellow. The fellowship in instance art was created specifically for Dear in recognition of the excellence it brings to the field.

The Simien Fang school of Art and Design is proud to invite you to the opening of the exhibition. Location, time, and your ticket are attached to this message. We kindly request that you fork and send a non-#core/non-#tracker instance. We look forward to sharing this experience with you.



The Assignment

posted in fiction on 26 Dec 2016

Originally written for and posted on Post-Self here


Notes from Surgery Consult with Dr. Dugi

posted in gender on 20 Dec 2016

This is mostly a scratchpad of notes right now; I will likely clean it up when I have more spoons, but getting my raw notes out felt like a good idea.



posted in fiction on 17 Dec 2016 Rated: X

A couple heads to a BDSM play party where the wife will be the Centerpiece for the whole party to enjoy. With fertility already on the mind, will another mink showing up throw a wrench in things?


How Charming - Part 2

posted in tech, how-charming on 16 Dec 2016

In the previous part, we started to nail down what it is that we’re going to do to try and accomplish our task. We’re going to write a charm - a package that represents a way to deploy a piece of software repeatably to the cloud - which does all that’s needed to host a WSGI app. It will be able to talk to several different services and use any WSGI server. If you haven’t yet, check that post out first!


How Charming - Part 1

posted in tech, how-charming on 13 Dec 2016

When I take a step back and look at it, I’m pretty happy with Honeycomb.


Teas of Late

posted in tasting on 17 Sep 2016

2016 teadontlie


Getting Lost - Chapter Nine

posted in fiction, serials, getting-lost on 11 Sep 2016

It took AwDae just under two hours to find the microphone.


Getting Lost - Chapter Eight

posted in fiction, serials, getting-lost on 31 Aug 2016

Carter had come up against a unique hurdle.



posted in fiction on 30 Aug 2016

Rife with poetry and flower language, letters between two friends show their budding relationship.

Find this story at its permanent home here!



Occasionally, what I write will become part of a larger long-form piece. In that case, they will be posted here in whole, divided up into parts, or posted as a PDF available for download or printing.

Recent pieces


I don't often write poetry. What I do write, however, will wind up here.


I occasionally edit or publish anthologies of written works. All of them are listed here.

  • Arcana General submissions: open


National Novel Writing Month takes place every year during November. The goal is to write at least 50,000 words - about the length of a short novel - during that one month.

NaNoWriMo Pieces

Work in progress

Works in progress - enter at your own peril.