Rachel’s Haven Opens its Own TG Fiction Bookstore

16 01 2014

One of the new books published by Haven

Some of you will know the Rachel’s Haven TG caption community, where crossdreamers meet to exchange stories.

Rachel & Co has now established their own publishing company, as well as an online bookstore for transgender fiction.

The first series of books presented by Haven Bookworks  is the end result of a call for stories that went out to members and friends of the community.

The Bookstore sells its books and stories in the epub and mobi formats. Rachel & Co add that download links for both formats will be provided with the purchase of any title:

“As we trust our customer’s intent to reward the authors who keep them turning pages, we do not place digital rights management schemes on any files on this site.”

However, the books published by Haven are also available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Google Play.

Transgender Fiction Site TF Media is Back!

4 01 2014
TF Media Logo

TF Media Logo

The original Trasformation Media site was set up in 2009, I believe. Its purpose: To publish all types of transformation stories, gender bending included. Then the site went down.

Well, now it is back with a new design, a new logo, a new submission process and a new forum.

You have to register to get access, but you may use a fake email account to do so.

The logo actually tells the story about what TF Media is about. TFGuy, editor and administrator, notes that its has four symbols representing the primary components of the transformation genre:

“In order from left to right, they are: a cat, the female symbol, the male symbol, and a nipple/breast. These symbolize animal, transgender, and inanimate/other transformations, respectively.”

TF Media is looking for new stories, and authors who submitted stories to the old site is encouraged to resubmit them.

Visit TF Media here!


Rachel’s Haven is looking for TG short stories for new book

30 11 2013

Rachel Haven, the watering hole for TG caption enthusiasts is to publish a book with transgender fiction.

Rachel (yes, there is a Real Rachel!!!) says that this is part of the fund raising needed to keep the Haven alive:

“Everyone round here tends to enjoy a good story or several, and while there have been a few TF/TG novellas produced and sold, there are very, very few collections of them from a variety of authors. I see this as a challenge to us, a challenge to produce a collection or several and place them for sale with the proceeds going to the Haven whether it be sold on Amazon, Lulu, or Barnes and Noble.

“Now, what we’re looking for is stories of at least 5000 words in length, preferably something new and never before seen, however existing works will also be considered as we are going to hit a market that may never have seen them. The collection will be sold under the Haven Bookworks publishing label, with each story being sold separately as well as in a volume of collected works at a discount.”

So if you write TG stories, this may be an opportunity for you!

More info over at Rachel’s Haven.

Join Transgender Fantasy on Facebook

27 10 2013

I admit that I have not had enough time to update this blog on a regular basis.  I have more news in the pipeline, however

In the meantime Cheryl Sussex of Tranisa and I have set up a new open Facebook page on transgender fiction and media called Transgender Fantasy.

We are adding comments on new and old sites, blogs, movies and books of a TG character. Please do not hesitate to add suggestions to that page (or you may add a comment to this post)!

Visit Transgender Fantasy now!

On Japanese Transgender Hentai

9 08 2013

Japan has a huge marked for transgender fiction and erotica. Indeed, it seems the theme permeates all types of media: stories, movies and comics.

The female to male crossdreamers have their yaoi subculture, producing comics about gay male relationships, many of which are pornographic in nature.

Their male to female counterparts look for gender bending anime (animated movies) and manga (comics). One sub-genre of manga is hentai, comics with explicit depictions of sex.

I have put up two posts on Japanese hentai over at Rebecca’s World:

Japan, the empire of transgender comics.

More Erotic Gender Bender and TG comics Made in Japan (Hentai Manga)

See also Farhad’s manga site.

Interview with TG Movie Company Tranisa

29 07 2013

Tranisa is one of the very few producers of erotic TG movies in the English language part of this market. I talked to Cheryl about story lines, filming, porn stars and the future of Tranisa.

(Republished from Rebecca’s World)

Q: Tranisa has established itself as one of the major producers of what we probably could call softcore MTF transgender erotica. What made you start this enterprise?

A: For many years I had wanted to create a range of transgender fantasy films which were ‘tasteful’ and fun. I have never seen any available anywhere and had no idea if there was a market for them.

I had all the kit and skills required but no idea of how to actually go about all the admin and logistics behind making such films. I started working for a client about 5 years ago filming and editing hard core films for a famous UK sex site and soon learned the business. I was introduced to the models we use and it went from there. It is one of those industries where I think you have to be introduced to  by someone in order to get into it and understand it all. It has been a real learning curve, but fun. Read the rest of this entry »

Bending the Bookshelf

20 10 2012

Bending the Bookshelf is another blog that looks at transgender fiction. It is, as it points out, at the crossroads between gender bending and genre bending.

The blog is particularly good at guiding you to the good commercial TG fiction you can find out there, i.e. books that are found in print or as ebooks over at — for instance — Amazon.

There are in depth reviews of books and interviews with the authors It is easy to see that the review team loves TG fiction and truly cares for the authors.

If you share their love for this kind of literature and like to write, you may consider becoming one of their reviewers yourself.

The blog is published in association with the transgender lifestyle magazine Frock.