|Update Schedule||Monday Mornings|
|Launch Date||April 2002|
Closetspace was published on KeenSpace from April 2002 until moving to the author's home site in February 2004. New episodes are published weekly, every Sunday on the author's website. The story is planned to run in five acts of five episodes a piece. As of this writing, Closetspace is in Episode Three of Act III.
Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow
 Main cast
- Carrie Terrell (aka Jason Terrell): Jason has always wanted to be a woman, and when things come to a head with his family, he decides to become a she and move out. After a harrowing week with her best friend Victoria, she makes the plunge and moves in with a woman AS a woman.
- Allison Stephens: In an incredible deal, Allison leased a huge Victorian house with the stipulation that she renovate it for the landlord. And while the Landlord does her a favor by heavily discounting her rent, it's still not enough to keep living there on the salary she makes as an Interior Decorator. Something in her past scared off her last roomate.
- Victor/Victoria Coleman: Twenty year old full time Drag Queen, part owner of Chez Armand and Nell Carter enthusiast, Victoria has been teaching Jason all the stuff about being fabulous that Becky misses.
- Heidi Sherman: A budding young Dominatrix with a growing list of clients, Heidi spends a lot of time looking for a Special Someone who won't make her bring her work home.
 Supporting characters
- Becky Terrell: A seventeen year old spirfire, she's been helping teach Jason what it's like to be a girl. However, she does not accept that Carrie could ever be her "sister."
- Amy Sutton: Allison's first roomate, driven out by a terrible secret Allison holds.
- Jack and Molly Terrell, Carrie's parents: Jack is a stern man with a heart of gold. While he loves his family dearly, he takes his son's coming-out badly, driving him out of the house. While hurt about her son being Transgendered and leaving the house, Moilly unconditionally loves him, and checks up on him, even when he doesn't know it. However, her health has always been frail and the recent stress is taking it's toll.
- Patricia Freeman, a self-proclaimed patriot of the Republic of Texas who believed Allison's rejection of her as a roommate is a rejection of the Republic of Texas.
- Ted, Gil, Beatrice and Lindy Sutton, Carrie's uncles, aunt and niece.
- Stan Weikel, one of Allison's clients, building a 80s wonderland in his home.
- Irving, a three foot talking sausage, a recurring figure in Carrie's dreams.
 Episode summaries
 ACT I: Beginnings
- Roommate Wanted
- Allison's roommate Amy finds out a secret Allison is hiding and leaves the house. Carrie leaves her house after a violent episode to live with her rather annoying best friend Victoria. Eventually, Carrie answers Allison's ad for a roommate and moves in.
- Rocket's Red Flare
- One of the roommates, a Patriot of the Republic of Texas, leads an assault on Allison's house as revenge for not choosing her as a roommate.
- Ties that Bind
- The girls go to SciFiConExpoFestAPalooza where Carrie is mistaken for a dominatrix's client. Allison goes on a date.
- The Big Show
- Carrie enrolls in a talent show that may be more drag than talent.
- Allison's secret is revealed, Carrie returns to the dominatrix, Carrie's mother suffers a stroke.
 ACT II: Crossing the Threshold
- Crossing the Threshold
- Carrie (as Jason) lends a room in her house to relatives visiting her ill mother while Allison is away.
- To Live and Love in 1984
- Allison works with Stan to turn his house into an 80s wonderland, but Stan has ulterior motives.
- Lady's Baby
- Carrie has a dream where she is not only female, but pregnant, and due in eight hours.
- Molly suffers a stroke, Victoria reveals she has AIDS during a hospital visit with Carrie, and Allison deals with her subconscious.
- The Thickness of Blood
- Carrie goes to her mother's funeral as a woman, leading to a confrontation with the family.
 ACT III: Calling on Untouchables
- Super High Impact
- Carrie and Allison go on a quest to find a Toony Gamestation, and "Street Kombat Warrior" a game from Allison's childhood. Carrie begins developing a fear of people.
- Calling on Untouchables
- Allison becomes obsessed with her video game as Carrie goes for an audition.
- In Media Res
- Six months have passed, and we catch up with our characters.
 ACT IV: Diametricity
 ACT V: The Last Page
 Memorable Quotes
- Closetspace began as a comic strip called "A Different Perspective" for the Boulton and Park transgender support group in 1992. Carrie and Allison were originally Allyson and Carrie, and Irving the Sausage was brought in to explain one of the support group functions.
- The series had been retooled over the years to be a one season television series and then a series of comic books. After finding no takers, a webcomic launch was attempted in 1997 and 2000, until it finally appeared on Keenspace in 2001.
- All music is written and sung by Nikki Bloomfield, who is also the voice of Carrie.