The "Three Men and...Stories" is an informal name for short works by Harry Turtledove. The stories are pastiches of Three Men and a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) by Jerome K. Jerome. Each story published was originally published in an anthology. The first two, "Three Men and a Vampire" and "Three Men and a Werewolf" were published Some Time Later in 2017. The third, "Three Men and a Sasquatch", was published in Next Stop on the #13 in 2019.

In the first story, "Three Men and a Vampire", the three main characters from the Jerome work, J, Harris, and George meet Bram Stoker's Abraham Van Helsing by chance one night, and help him destroy a vampire in a graveyard.

In the second story, "Three Men and a Werewolf", the trio encounters a werewolf. The story makes a number of references to the song "Werewolves of London", recorded by American singer-songwriter Warren Zevon.

In the third story, "Three Men and a Sasquatch", the trio travel to San Francisco and encounter a Sasquatch named Charlie Lewis. This story ties into Turtledove's State of Jefferson Stories series.