Lene T.'s Words
All illustrations courtesy of and ©1996 Molly Kiely
Last updated on
February 4, 2006
Much of the fiction on this site is of an adult nature; some of it contains male/male sex. You must be 18 years or older to read it. You have been warned.
"What a Life"
, published in Clean Sheets Erotica Magazine (9/15/04)
"Iced Nectarine Tea", to be published at
in March 2006
"Nona Take Five", to be published in the anthology
Dying For It: Tales of Sex and Death
in August 2006
I Read Comics
: The New York Review of comics, plus animation, manga, and gay porn
Look At His Butt!
LT and JK Talk Trek: A show about Star Trek, sex toys, and William Shatner's butt
The Truth About Kirk and Spock
Do Right Woman, Do Right Man
(a K/S music video)
A Job For the Young; or, I Know You Are But What Am I?
Reflections on TOS (short essays on episodes)
Part of the G/B Round Robin called
The Pleasure of His Company
, published in the ezine Strange Fits of Passion
(Kirk meets his perfect mate. Comedy.)
Love Hurts (A Mike/Micky story in chapters. Warning: rough m/m sex)
(Mike visits a dominatrix.
: heavy S/M)
The Little Woman
(A Mike/Micky illustrated moment, pink and fluttery. TupperMonkees!)
Mean Woman Blues (Monkees in Prison! Lots of violence and M/M)
What I Have
(Being married to one might not be a whole lot of fun.)
(Why am I channeling Micky?)
Thoughts about Love and Life
The Postmodern Alphabet
Sex and nothin' but
Flotsam and Jetsam
Mike Nesmith: "I Won't Settle for Just One Woman"
(Sept 1967 issue of Movie Mirror)
The Secret Heartaches of the Monkees
(June 1967 issue of Screen Stories)
I Called Her Arrabee
, an unpublished story by Mike Nesmith
Mike Nesmith Grosses You Out
, a little bit of fun in which I mercilessly make fun of Mike's personal grooming habits, as displayed on camera for the BBC
Johnny Cash sings
with the Monkees, "Everybody Loves a Nut" (from Johnny's TV show, 7/19/69). The Monkees at this point were minus Peter and desperate for attention. This mp3 is about 3 MB.
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