Stories by Brian W. Antoine

I'm a big fan of Brian Antoine's work! Visit his homepage. He gave me official permission to mirror his stories.

For me, it started when I found a really neat drawing (by Jordan Greywolf) on the net when I was a freshman in college. It showed a guy who was clearly a wizard or mage of some sort. It showed a little flying blob of a robot which I recognized from the old TV show "Hard Time on Planet Earth". And it showed a fox lady. They were standing in a clearing, and in the background was a stone arch with a misty interior, clearly a magic portal. OK, now somehow this artist managed to capture every fantasy theme I love in one picture. It was so cool. Very understated - no battles, no lechery, no fantastic castles and thunderstorms in the background. It had more impact with me because the artist had tried to make the scene feel realistic and normal.

I later discovered that this drawing was in fact based on stories that someone had written. Not only did these people exist for a frozen moment, but they had histories and depth! Now I was truly excited. And of course, I inhaled the stories as fast as I could. A few of them are still some of my all time favorite stories.

I've been in contact with Brian off and on. In fact, I even contributed to a collaborative writing effort with Brian and some other local authors. Now that I host my own web site, I'm proud to be able to host a copy of Brian's work for others to enjoy.

The last change to this mirror was on 2011-11-10. The last time I checked Brian's server (www.nas-kan.org) for changes (by downloading everything) was 2011-11-10. Last check of the recent changes page was 2011-11-10.

Story Archives Of The Family Nas-Kan
The main storyline.
The Road Not Taken
An alternative storyline branching off near the beginning.
The Tales Of The Black Rose
The collected stories of Kyrn the Assassin.
The Spokane Literary Brawl
Or, The Day The Writers Got Silly.
Story LiveJournal Posts
A quick index of Brian's LiveJournal posts that contain story fragments.
C o m m e n t s :     updated: 2005-02-05 (4551 days ago)
02/05/2005: It's a wonder to find this mirror site. The Family nas Kan was a riot when I was living far from home, and the trials and tribulations of web life cause me to possess my own personal "mirror site" that I have migrated from computer to computer until it finally has taken up residence in my Ipod. I love Brian's work, I just wish he had more time to write these days. ~Wolf Gray
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