It took simply ages and many broken resolutions before I
finally got around to putting up a fanfic page of my own. No
fancy graphics or anything (I've got a five-year-old -- I just
don't have time -- and now he's gonna be a kindergartner - eek!), just my fanfiction and a few
recommendations. I have a hard enough time keeping the darn thing updated
without messing around with anything splashier. Let me know if you find any broken links -- I'm losing track.
I've been a
fan since seeing Miri on its
first network run in 1966, so that gives you an idea of how many
times I've been around the block, but Trek in all its
incarnations still gives me a thrill. Voyager is my current
obsession, but I'm equally enamored of the rest of the Trek universe,
just haven't gotten around to doing much about it yet. And now that
I've joined the
Team, who the heck knows when that'll be...but hope springs
I was hooked very early on (I think
Ice was what did it). I haven't written much in this
universe, but you never know.
Thanks and hugs to all the friends I've made through both X and
Trek, especially the amazing ladies of the DDEB2 -- whoda thunk the
party would last three years and still be going strong? -- and the
the men and women of PTFever, long may the RDM/RD flag wave.
Feedback is devoutly wished for! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or
use the feedback form at the bottom of the page!
Please pardon any broken links as I update this page.
Interlude File Size: 7K
First posted: December 1994
Spoilers: Ascension, 3, One Breath Summary: Mulder attempts to deal with his feelings over Scully's
Aftermath File Size: 15K
First posted: August 1997
Spoilers: Demons, Gethsemane Keywords: Character dies.
Summary: Mulder leaves a suicide note for Scully, who must
then confront her feelings for her partner.
Star Trek TOS Fiction
Path File Size: 38K
Category: McCoy angst
First posted: Not yet available.
Summary: McCoy considers life in the
aftermath of his divorce and makes a career decision. I first wrote
this in 1983, so it's a bit of an artifact, but there are still some
decent bits in this piece, I think.
Star Trek Voyager Fiction
I've never had a story muse perching on my shoulder before, but for
some reason I've been seized by the creative impulse and have been
writing, writing, writing since June. Below you'll see the
results -- and there's more to come. Sheesh, I've got at least
three other stories in the works right now...
Letters from the Delta Quadrant --
Although I've watched Voyager off and on since its debut, I
only became immersed in it in the latter half of the third season.
At that time, I rewatched the first half dozen or so episodes from
Season One, and found myself intrigued by the premise of Eye of
the Needle. I began wondering what kind of messages the crew
would have sent via the Romulan commander Telek R'Mor. Thus was
this story born!
Letters from the DQ is dedicated to
Perri, who gave me my first introduction to Voyager fanfic and for
lighting the Parisian spark, and to Melody, Tiz, Pam and Cathie for
fanning the flames. Kung Pao, baby!
from the Delta Quadrant Part 1 File Size: 14K
First posted: June 30, 1997
Spoilers: Eye of the Needle Summary: Tom Paris writes to the Admiral, and
realizes he holds the key to his own future. (For the flip side of
this, read Anne Wasserman's excellent Letter to an Absent Son,
a moving letter from the Admiral to his missing son.)
Letters from the
Delta Quadrant Part 3 File Size: 15K
First posted: July 7, 1997
Spoilers: Eye of the Needle Summary: Tuvok writes to T'Pel, recounting the events
that led him to the Badlands, and discovers he still has a lot
to learn about humans.
Letters from the
Delta Quadrant Part 4 File Size: 20K
First posted: August 5, 1997
Spoilers: Eye of the Needle Summary: Chakotay writes to his mother and deals with his
regret over his estrangement from his late father.
from the Delta Quadrant Part 5 File Size: 28K
First posted: December 31, 1997
Spoilers: Eye of the Needle Summary: Tom writes to Sandrine, and discovers that he
has more in common with his father than he thought.
Letters from the
Delta Quadrant Part 6 File Size: 22K
First posted: January 20, 1998
Spoilers: Eye of the Needle Summary: Harry Kim confronts his conflicting emotions about
being lost to Libby and his parents, while wanting to embrace the
adventure in which he has found himself.
Letters from the
Delta Quadrant Part 8 File Size: Rating: PG
First posted: Not yet available
Spoilers: Eye of the Needle Summary: Captain Janeway appeals to Admiral Nechayev for
clemency for the Maquis, and faces the dilemma of her feelings
Torrid File Size: 51K
First posted: September 1997
Spoilers: Blood Fever Summary: Tom Paris muses about his changing relationship with
B'Elanna Torres. Includes a retelling of the events of Blood
Fever from Tom's point-of-view. Second place finisher in the 1997
ASCEM Golden Orgasm balloting for Best P/T Story!
Heart of Hope File Size: 13K
Category: Neelix, P/T
First posted: January 27, 1998
Spoilers: Random Thoughts, Day of Honor Summary: Following the events of Random Thoughts, Neelix mourns for
those he has lost, and thinks about how his life has changed since he
joined Voyager's crew.
Woo-hoo! Another award -- tied for first place in the 1997 ASC Awards for
Best P/T Story! And in good company -- tied with
DangerMom for "Turn Around"!
Voyager Fan Fiction by Others
I'm really pleased to be able to offer the following
stories written by friends of mine who, for professional reasons,
wish to remain anonymous. This is top-quality stuff, some of the
best I've ever read. And now I have evidence: Not only did two of these
stories win 1997 ASCEM Golden Orgasm Awards for Best P/T Story and Best
J/C Story, but Captain Jinx won the Golden O for Best ASCEM(L) Author! Enjoy!
A year, eight awards and nine stories later, I bow to the
inevitable and give Captain Jinx's award winning fan fiction its own page. Most of the Captain's works are for
adults only, mind you, but all of it is a delightfully witty exploration of the Paris/Torres
relationship on Star Trek Voyager. Who, me? Biased? But even non-P/T fans have told me
that they look forward to new installments in Captain Jinx's B'Elanna's Secret
universe. Go on, give it a try!
Yeats Kurzweil File Size: 188K
First posted: December 1997
Summary: Kathryn Janeway and Chakotay must deal with their
feelings for one another, but there are complications. Tom Paris
tries his best to help. Bonus: glimmerings of P/T to come!
didn't write this either -- the author is another dear friend of
mine who wishes to be anonymous. It's both romantic and very hot
-- read at your own risk! Winner of the 1997 ASCEM Golden Orgasm
Award for Best J/C Story!
Fan Fiction by Jane St. Clair --
I can't claim any of the credit for "discovering" Jane, but I am doing my darndest to get her
a wider audience. Some of the loveliest Trek and X-fic I've seen in the past year.
Most of it's rated NC-17, folks (Softly being a notable exception),
so I must insist that only those 18 and over read the stronger stuff.
Here are some of my favorite fanfic sites. (By the way,
means it's new to my page, not necessarily that it's a new
page. Though it might be. Oh, never mind.)
Gossamer doesn't update fast enough for you? Can't find it on
DejaNews? Try Ephemeral, the automated collector of
stories that haven't yet been released to Gossamer. Automatically clears after each
Scully, and Me -- Some lovely X-Files 'shipper fiction
by my friend Linda Phillips. I think my favorite is Alpha
and Omega. See what you think.
The Janeway/Chakotay Index --
Aw, heck, are you on a roll? Want another Voyager pairing to ease those days between
new episodes of Voyager? Tired of waiting for Kate and Chak to get together on screen?
Try Melissa's comprehensive index of J/C fanfic links.
Homepage -- Don't miss Patti's
Daybreak series. Want more recommendations? Try In the Midnight Hour,
Crazy Little Thing Called Love, After the Fall and The Soul's
December. And of course, there's always my sentimental favorite,
The Crayon Story!
Jamelia in the Delta Quadrant -- Great fiction (my personal
favorite is still Moonlight and Shuttlecraft, but Jamelia
always spins a fine yarn -- also try The Mercenary (winner of the
1997 ASCEM Golden O for Best Voyager HetSmut Story) and Log
Entries (third place for the 1997 ASCEM Golden O for Best P/T Story),
thought-provoking essays and great links! Do yourself a favor and
check out Warmth, Satisfaction, Quid Pro Quo and
Those Who Are Left Behind --
in fact, print them out, then curl up in an armchair for a nice, satisfying read.
Home Page -- Maisie writes like a dream, and makes me jealous
as heck, and if you haven't read her stuff yet, why not? Be
sure to read Enmity Mine and Closing In, two of my all-time favorites.
And if you like C/P slash, don't miss the Sweet Dreams series.
Fan Fiction -- What can I say, except that her stories were
inadvertantly responsible for my getting back into
Voyager. I first became acquainted with the Bantrim
"brand" through her X-Files slashfic, but that's not all
she does. Really top-notch writing.
to Ancarett's -- Some nice Voyager links and exquisite
fiction. May I suggest Letters Never Sent?
The DDEB2 Home
Page -- "Sisters, sisters, there were never such devoted
sisters." OK, so I'm being corny -- I'm the resident mushbag. Ask
anyone! These are the best 'net friends I could ask for -- "I love
The DDEB3 Home
Page -- I was a member once, but got overloaded and had to
resign. A great bunch, and my dear friend Miri does a killer page!
The DDEB Home Page -- The original David
Duchovny Estrogen Brigage, without which the other two would not exist. If it weren't
for these women...well, what can I say? The DDEBs -- all of them -- changed my life.
(waves to Polly, TC, Andrea, Hai-yan and Kellie!)
-- OK, so we're a little obsessed, but we are having some
Opinion Survey -- Fan ratings of most genre TV shows, including
Trek and X-Files, plus episode lists, short synopses, airdates and
reviews. Maybe you've heard of the
SOS ratings site -- personally,
I like GEOS better.
We Be Amused -- My friend
Joshua Macy has this cool little site, an homage to the nine Muses,
chockful of reviews of comics, books, movies, animation, etc., and
some nice links. Go! Check it out! You won't be sorry!
Ask Jeeves has to be the most interesting
search engine I've come across in awhile, though
Hotbot is still my all-around favorite.