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Updated December 2015.
 



Fan works policy and disclaimer

Dusk Peterson's policy on fan works (or, My Quiet Plea for More Fan Works of My Stories) | Dusk Peterson's policy on derivative works | Shared universe disclaimer.


The Eternal Dungeon

An award-winning speculative fiction series set in a nineteenth-century prison where the psychologists wield whips. Dusk Peterson's Eternal Dungeon series.


THE ETERNAL DUNGEON FAN FICTION

Devilc: In Darkness Chained. Prisoners always play games with their Seekers, but the Eternal Dungeon has never seen a player this adroit, nor a game played at this level. (Includes major spoilers for Rebirth and Transformation.)
 

"'Mr. Smith, may I ask a question?' the prisoner whispered. But before Layle could answer, the prisoner continued, 'Would you like it better if I moaned?'"


Devilc: The Story of a Mouse. (Includes major spoilers for The Breaking.)
 

"The Seeker with the pretty eyes and gentle voice had taken notice of her this morning when she went out in her blouse and best pinafore best Mipese lamb's cashmere in softest gray that she had saved to buy, now hopelessly ruined unless she dyed it black . . ."


Telepwen: Fall Together. (Includes major spoilers for Rebirth.)
 

"While most Vovimian racks were in the design of butterflies or birds or even that one in Wealdside in the form of a faerie, this one was different. A forgotten artist of twisted vision had crafted a wilting Tree of Life, her roots and nearly-bare branches sprawling to cradle the prisoner who was trying so very hard not to tremble."


THE ETERNAL DUNGEON FAN ART

Albert: Toler Forge. The artist's accompanying comments include minor spoilers for Rebirth.

Posts on Dusk Peterson at Tumblr (includes The Eternal Dungeon fan art by Albert).
 

THE ETERNAL DUNGEON COMMISSIONED ART

[NEW] Gregory Welter: Split (alternate cover version).


Life Prison

A speculative fiction series about male desire and determination in nineteenth-century prisons. Dusk Peterson's Life Prison series.


LIFE PRISON COMMISSIONED ART

Gregory Welter: Mercy's Prisoner (alternate cover version).
 


Michael's House

A speculative fiction series set in a Progressive Era slum. Dusk Peterson's Michael's House series.


MICHAEL'S HOUSE COMMISSIONED ART

Illustrations by glockgal for the MAS-Zine edition of Offstage. Includes text descriptions for visitors who cannot see the art.
 


The Three Lands

A fantasy series on friendship, romance, and betrayal in times of war and peace. The series is inspired by conflicts between nations during the Roman Empire and the Dark Ages. Dusk Peterson's Three Lands series.


THE THREE LANDS FAN ART

Albert: The Jackal.

Albert: The Jackal and His Avatar. The blurb includes major spoilers. Click on the art for a larger version. Fan art for Law Links.

Albert: Eat the Dead.

Posts on Dusk Peterson at Tumblr (includes The Three Lands fan art by Albert).
 


Master/Other

Speculative fiction stories exploring the dangers and sweet bonds of power. Dusk Peterson's Master/Other series.


MASTER/OTHER COMMISSIONED ART

Illustration by H. Rose Melenche for the MAS-Zine edition of Debt Price. Includes a text description for visitors who cannot see the art.
 


Unmasked

Behind the screaming news headlines, behind the hype and the sensationalism, lies the quiet but dramatic tale of people whose actions may change the lives of the next generation. Dusk Peterson's Unmasked series.


UNMASKED FAN TRANSLATION

Rose Red, with the assistance of Honeysickle: Russian translation of Twenty Thousand Gold Stars. Fan translation of Dusk Peterson's Twenty Thousand Gold Stars.
 


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