Paul S. Gibbs
This short is part of another larger work that was never completed nor released. This story takes place in the far future of Thorn Valley. Told by Cynthia, it is an interesting little read, and one of the pieces Paul sent me when he originally contacted me about getting his fanfiction up on the web. --Robin
By Edwin Ross Quantrall
A wonderfully sophisticated cross-over between "The Secret of NIMH" and "Robin Hood." Inspired by a picture drawn by Ken Singshow, this author takes a darker look at both stories (and some other elements as well) in this enchanting work in progress.
By Nick Schmidt
A short narrative of the memoirs of William of NIMHmuck; a good little read and introduction to Nick's character.
By Paul S. Gibbs
A followup to "The Rats of Thorn Valley", as told by Jonathan. The Rats of NIMH and the Brisby family anxiously prepare for their first winter in Thorn Valley. Meanwhile Jonathan learns the meaning of "long-suffering" as he battles trouble with work, family, weather--and, most perilous of all, the fallout from Justin's tortured love-life.
By Keith Elder
A story that takes place after the movie, which focuses on the rats, as well as an unusual legacy left by Jonathan.
By U. Nesbit Owin
This is a retelling of the movie, but set in the human world. This story was submitted by Arin Wolff, after Nesbit disappeared over two years ago.
by The NIMHmuckers
Taken directly from the on-line, real time logs of NIMHmuck, then cleaned up a bit, 'Second Chance' holds together quite well as a parallel storyline in which Mrs. Brisby confronts her husband about his secret. Excerpts from different days involve both their domestic fight and a show stopping conflict with Jenner. Both a great introduction to the world of NIMHmuck and surprisingly reminiscent of some of the other fan-fic works, especially given that it was entirely impromptu.
By Jennifer C. Robinson
A story that is a sequel to the book. Don't get many of those 'round here, so check it out!
By Christopher Silva
When Dr. Schultz’s son gets mixed up with the rats, anything can happen. Contains elements from the book as well as the movie.
By Christopher Silva
In this short story sequel to “The Children of NIMH,” Mr. Ages discovers that being a grumpy old man isn’t what its cracked up to be.