Auder's contributions are much appreciated! Do they have porn of the characters in fanfic or something already? Green can produce that in-house if they just never write any for some reason but there is demand if they've got some and just haven't sent it yet.
Carolingia should rest assured that it's very rare for anyone to actually repost an entire work without mentioning who wrote it. That would tend to fail on the consumer end - they could always just do an internet search for a distinctive passage, hoping to find more by the author they like, and find a better fiction archive that doesn't strip that information. They just don't have laws against it because it would introduce a lot of regulatory overhead and make people anxious about posting quotes or working on translations or whatever.
Gender magic is not unheard of as a conceit on Green but wow, this is a lot of thought put into it. It's more interesting because the gender greebles are totally different from Green ones. It is not as popular on Green as it is on Carolingia - in particular it's pretty rare for hermaphrodites to seem attractive on Green and that makes their romance plots less appealing, even if they have cool magic - and visual porn (especially weirdly-gendergreebled visual porn where nobody is actually having penetrative sex for some reason) and board games are both slightly harder sells here, but there's uptake on this one.
The epic poem is - weird! Not in a bad way, at all, so people who are interested in what stories Carolingia tells about itself pick this one up. They'd like an annotated version, as long as they're using it as a window into the society and its tropes.
Suicide-by-zoo-animal essays are weird. It doesn't have much uptake among unironic readers but it attains niche popularity as a parody format for various silly ethical positions, and abridgements get adopted as snowcloneable copypasta.
Tree is correct that Greens like musicals! Thanks for the musicals! They will remake them with local casts once they've been translated well enough to rhyme.
The sign language one is great, excellent concept and plot, and will need subtitles anyway so they might as well have double sets of subtitles. Green does have sign languages, and they can probably dig up a cast of CODAs or linguists or whatnot who can sing, to do this one locally in a faithful form.
Les Mis but with orphanages is an instant hit. Do they have actual orphanages that work okay in Tree? Green's orphanages keep succumbing to various symptoms of being orphanages-and-not-families - selection effects on the kids, burnout in the adults, everybody being really low on slack - and they've been iterating on the problem when they have ideas but if someone else has orphanages that don't suck they'd love to copy.
If/Then meets Blood Brothers is a fun setting and a cute plot and a great premise to hang a musical on. It is not as possible as Les Mis but with orphanages but it's solidly well-liked.
The judge musical is popular as a window into what things are crimes in Tree and how they go about prosecuting them, in addition to having a good theatrical structure. Someone gets started on a spinoff from within the Green legal system.
Antsfolk are... wow, ant people, that's cool. Are they like, giant ants, or... just... ants who are also people.
Mushroom farming story is very niche and considered kind of simplistic. Some kids like it.
The complicated political novel has a lot of people bounce off it, but anyone who finishes it tends to quite like it. It gets a lot of questions about the details and context.
The RPG is not very popular - RPGs on Green tend to be rules-light, if they have mechanics at all - but some people like to read it just for how weird it is and as commentary on antsfolk.
The adventures of Halru and Terilu acquire a contingent of enthusiastic fans, though even those aren't super into the RPG version. They would like to make a TV adaptation.
The shorter political novel isn't a big hit - the ending is kind of pat - but it's easy to blitz through in one sitting, so people who want just a little bit of ant fiction sometimes go for this one.
The Grapeverse having magic is very neat but the fact that it's limited to certain personalities is annoying, since it means it's basically not going to happen that any specific individual on Green who'd like magic powers is going to get it. Maybe some people are close enough to being "griffins" - House of Truth types, presumably - or even "ravens", if the magic system is contagious, but they won't get their hopes too up.
The poem about the king and queen is not very popular - it's not exactly shippable, is it, a bad dude and his wife who does activist-domestic-abuse to him? Losing the poetry in translation is presumably not helping. Maybe it would make a good musical but nobody is lining up to write one.
The historical fiction is, ironically, kind of dry. A sufficiently lively translation could see some uptake as educational fiction but it doesn't even have enough plot to be a musical.
The porn with the sadist-architect gets a substantial amount of fascinated readership. If it's a genre they'll take some more. Greens don't usually write that kind of thing, their porn tends to be less injurious, but apparently they're up for reading it.
The duology is not Green's biggest hit ever but the people who like it really like it and climb aboard the fan community with delight.
The statue game is not terribly popular, mostly due to being game-shaped; some Let's Plays of various routes with slow parts sped up and dead ends edited out get views.
Grayliens are FUZZY. This is very important. FUZZY ALIENS.
Murder mystery is not a popular genre in Green. Readers are mostly driven by interest in Graylien psychology and fuzziness.
The carnivore/herbivore story is a great premise but the execution isn't terribly exciting. It gets fanfic, among Greens who finish the original.
The trilogy has interesting gendergreebles, relatable-yet-alien family formation behavior, kind of dumb reproductive decisions (you ideally line up alloparents BEFORE you get pregnant, not that Greens never make this mistake). It doesn't really seem like it needs to be three books but it's also not obvious what to cut; it tends to get shipped in a single package with three parts rather than as distinct books.