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Master Fic List

I do hope my fic output doesn't continue increasing indefinitely, or I shall become a wraith. (Sorry, wrong fandom... *g*) It's very nice being able to write more than an average of one fic every three months, but four pieces from three different fandoms in the last 24 hours is pushing it - I need my sleep!

Anyway, I've decided it's high time I put together a master fic list, or I never shall remember what I've got published where... so here goes. (Yes, I could just do it on my computer, but where's the fun in that? Besides, my computers have a bad habit of eating my files at odd times.)

Velocizompire Apocalypse, published on FFnet June 8, 2008, and on Archive Of Our Own September 6, 2010 - my first fanfic. Stargate SG-1/MacGyver crossover, 1045 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Jack and MacGyver discuss plans for the velociraptor/zombie/vampire apocalypse. Just a little humor ficlet. Inspired by a story where Jack and Mac were brothers, but doesn't have to be read that way."

Venom Our Name Is, published on FFnet June 28, 2008. Spider-Man, slight Star Wars reference, 800 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Venom ficlet. No gore--Eddie and his symbiote save a little girl from a kidnapper, then try to cheer her up. Spider-Man does not appear."

Attn: General Hammond, published on FFnet July 15, 2008 - my first drabble. Stargate SG-1, 100 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Drabble. A memo from Siler."

The Hitchhiker's Guide to MacGyver, published on FFnet August 5, 2008. Stargate SG-1/MacGyver crossover, 242 words (hm, that's amusing). Gen, rated G. Summary: "As written by Jack O'Neill. Humor ficlet, slight SG-1 crossover. Does not require knowledge of Stargate or Hitchhiker's Guide universes, though it's probably funnier if you get all the references. Can be read as either Mac-is-Jack or Mac-is-not-Jack."

Jim, We Shrunk the Helmsman, published on FFnet February 6, 2009. Star Trek: TOS/Mother Goose crossover, I kid you not; slight Alice in Wonderland and Doctor Who references, 2540 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "With a landing party stranded on a planet that shrinks people, and the transporter stuck on wide-range scan, the Enterprise crew must deal with some very unusual creatures on the bridge."

The Luau Lounge, published on FFnet March 12, 2009. Stargate SG-1/multi-fandom crackfic crossover, 3054 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Jack, Daniel and Teal'c are brought into a knitters' cyberspace bar during last summer's Olympics... Just a short humor piece. Slight MacGyver crossover, assumes Jack and Mac are brothers. Other crossover references abound."

Liberation, published on FFnet April 25, 2009, and on Teaspoon May 18, 2009 - my first crosspost. Doctor Who, 208 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "The Third Doctor's thoughts at the end of The Three Doctors, when he regained his freedom."

Poker Face, published on FFnet September 15, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 204 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Two linked drabbles. You don't play poker with Illya Kuryakin."

Restless, published on my LJ October 17, 2009 - my first LJ fic - and on FFnet October 19, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 300 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Illya can't sleep."

The Winner By A Nose Affair (friends locked), published on my LJ October 31, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 1300+ words. WIP, sort of. Gen; I'm calling it PG because I'm easily embarrassed. Summary: "Illya wants to win the UNCLE Halloween costume contest for Most Effective Disguise. Napoleon has a suggestion."

Point of View, published on my LJ November 5, 2009. No fandom specified, 100 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Our heroes: why they do what they do."

Liaison Poetique, published on my LJ November 18, 2009, and on FFnet December 11, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 280 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Illya has a new book to read."

Insensitive, published on my LJ November 23, 2009, and here on sapphirensteel November 27, 2009. Sapphire & Steel, 100 words. Sapphire/Steel UST, rated G. Summary: "Why was Steel partnered with Sapphire?"

One More Time, published on my LJ November 25, 2009, and (by flist demand) on Teaspoon and on FFnet November 26, 2009. Doctor Who, 272 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "The Thirteenth Doctor explains something to Sarah Jane. Warning - utter crackfic... or is it?"

Worse Than Ever, published on dw100 November 27, 2009, on my LJ November 29, 2009, on Teaspoon January 11, 2010, and on FFnet January 12, 2010. Doctor Who, 100 words, response to Challenge #278: Child. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Three, Jo, Delgado!Master... and finger painting?!"

(Pulled for OOC dark angstiness - I shouldn't publish when I'm depressed) After the End, published on my LJ November 29, 2009. Sapphire & Steel, 100 words. Gen, rated PG-13 for dark angstiness. Summary: "What was it like after the end of Assignment 6?" Warning: Assignment 6 spoilers.

Golden, published on my LJ and on FFnet December 5, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 786 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Napoleon finds out why Illya always wears that medallion around his neck." Warnings: religious!Illya (if that bothers you), gratuitous underwear!Illya.

Accidental Capture, published on my LJ December 11, 2009, and on FFnet January 12, 2010. Man from UNCLE, 100 words, response to dw100 challenge #1: Accident. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Explains a certain oft-noted oddity of Napoleon Solo's wardrobe." (AKA "Why are Napoleon's pants trousers too short?")

Food Fight, published on my LJ December 12, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 200 words, response to dw100 challenge #2: Food. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Illya's first food fight in the UNCLE cafeteria."

In a Strange Land, published on my LJ December 13, 2009, and on FFnet December 14, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 400 words, response to dw100 challenge #3: Alien. Gen, rated G. Summary: "What do you say to a Soviet Russian on the Fourth of July?"

Well, That's Just Ducky, published on my LJ December 14, 2009; edited version posted on dw100 December 17, 2009, moved to my LiveJournal December 21, 2009; also put up on Teaspoon January 11, 2010, and on FFnet January 12, 2010. Doctor Who/NCIS, slight Discworld reference, 550/600 words, response to dw100 challenge #4: Crossover. Fluffity fluff. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Three meets Ducky in L-Space. And they save MarySue!me's life." Prompt #25 Strangers for crossovers100 on Three-era Who.

Dear St Nicholas, published on my LJ December 17, 2009, and on FFnet January 13, 2010. Man from UNCLE, 300 words, response to dw100 challenge #7: Confessions. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Illya writes a letter to Santa."

Convalescence, published on my LJ December 18, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 100 words, response to dw100 challenge #10: Jokes. Gen, rated G. Summary: "A peek inside UNCLE's medical section..."

Medical Convergency, published on my LJ December 19, 2009. Stargate SG-1/NCIS crossover, 372 words. WIP, sort of. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Ducky goes to Colorado Springs to meet an old friend."

Field Medicine (friends locked pending major rewrite), published on my LJ December 22, 2009. Man from UNCLE, 1950 words, response to dw100 challenges #11 "companions" and #19 "dressed/undressed". Gen, rated PG for whumptxt. Summary: "Illya and a little girl are on the run from Thrush."

Balm of Hurt Minds, published on my LJ December 26, 2009, and on Teaspoon January 11, 2010. Doctor Who, 150 words, Third Doctor exile. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Why the Doctor doesn't sleep."

Intersection, published on eponymous_rose 's fandom_stocking December 29, 2009, and on my LJ and on Teaspoon January 11, 2010. Doctor Who/Man from UNCLE, 422 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Liz Shaw doesn't need a lab assistant." Prompt #1 Beginnings for crossovers100 on Three-era Who.

Artistic Verisimilitude, published on my LJ January 4, 2010. Man from UNCLE, 100 words. Gen, rated G. Response to dw100 drabble challenge #5 "love", Quadripartite Affair missing scene. Summary: "The things we do for our friends..."

The Nightmare Affair, published on my LJ January 5, 2010. Man from UNCLE, 675 words. Gen, rated G. Cracky episode-fixit fluff, response to dw100 challenge #6 "hate". Summary: "What is Illya's worst nightmare?"

The Winner By a Nose Affair, Act 1 (friends locked), published on my LJ January 7, 2010. Man from UNCLE, 1400-odd words. Unfinished expansion for the original WbaN Affair published on Halloween. Gen, rated PG because I'm easily embarrassed. Summary: "In which Miss Moira Rourke is introduced."

Universal Constant, published on my LJ Januray 20, 2010. Man from UNCLE, 200+ words. Cuddlefluff. Gen, rated G. Summary: "What would you do if you were snowed up in a cabin with Illya Kuryakin?"

Last Man Standing, published on my LJ January 31, 2010. Bonanza, 570 words. Pernell Roberts tribute fic. Gen; not sure what to rate, as I guess it's deathfic, though hopefully not the depressing kind. Summary: "Adam comes back home."

Ruling the Roost, published on my LJ April 1, 2010. Man from UNCLE, 760 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Napoleon's looking for a new apartment. Illya agrees to help." Warnings: Silly; will probably make no sense if you are not a member of illyushadarling's flist.

Fine Print (The Connections Remix), published on my LJ May 30, 2010. Man from UNCLE, 455 words. Gen, rated G. Remix of "Fine Print" by theladyrose, located here on FFnet and here on network_command. Summary: "Napoleon gets a wedding invitation from an old flame."



I've also decided to list fics that were written on my suggestion or on plot-bunnies from me. They're generally much cooler than what I would have done with the same idea.



To Play, To Dream, published on October 26, 2009 by spikesgirl58 on mfu_canteen. Man from UNCLE, 664 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Illya Kuryakin plays..." Origin: I said "I have this mental image of a very young Illya during the early part of WWII, when Russia and Germany were allies, hanging around the German soldiers picking up their language and mannerisms. I like to think he drew on those memories for his portrayal of Colonel Nexor in The Gurnius Affair." And Spikesgirl randomly wrote me a fic based on that!

Convergence, published on December 20, 2009, by eponymous_rose on her LJ. Man from UNCLE/Sapphire and Steel crossover, 100 words. Gen, rated PG. Summary: [none given] Origin: Eponymous Rose did the "fics I'd never write" meme, and I asked her for "Napoleon and Illya meet Sapphire and Steel".

And your point is?, published on February 3, 2010 by togsos/nariB on FFnet. Man from UNCLE crackfic, 146 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Something very strange is afoot in U.N.C.L.E. headquarters" Origin: Complicated, but it involved me saying to Togsos in the Canteen, "tl;dr: I don't suppose you write gen? A new gen MFU crackfic would be something I would totally pounce on." So she wrote it, and true to form, I pounced. *g*

Distillate of Starshine, published on January 19, 2010 by primsong on her fic journal, written_leaves. Doctor Who, 100 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: "When I say run..." Origin: Prim asked for writing prompts and I, in her words (can't remember mine), "requested a touch of cuddle for Three and Liz".

A Fishy Story, published on March 19, 2010 by cleothemuse on her fic journal, cleothemuse_fic. Stargate SG-1, no word count given. Gen, rated G. Summary: "Jack goes fishing and actually catches a fish! Only problem is, no one believes his story." Origin: Cleo did one of those alphabet-prompt memes, and I requested Jack O'Neill with the prompt "xiphias" for the letter X.

Egging On, published on April 6, 2010 by primsong on my journal, in the comments to "Ruling the Roost", and here on her writing journal written_leaves. Doctor Who, 200 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: (none given) Origin: My April Fool's Day hat on Ravelry was a blue penguin, so I screencapped it sitting on 003's head and made it my new default icon. And at one point I said "Three looks much more patient with a blue penguin on his head than the Brigadier did!" So Prim wrote me a ficlet about Three and the Brig with penguins on their heads! *giggles*

(no title given), published on June 3, 2010 by john_amend_all on lost_spook's LJ as a comment!fic. Doctor Who, about 400 words I think. Gen, rated G. Summary: "He's an impetuous umbrella-wielding shaman on the run. She's an artistic motormouth opera singer with someone else's memories. They fight crime!" Origin: Johne got that as a prompt off They Fight Crime and said the guy needed to be played by Sylvester McCoy. I said the girl needed to be played by Catherine Tate and somebody ought to write this now. So he did. Right there. Wow.

Let's Pretend, published on June 4, 2010 by lost_spook on her LJ. Doctor Who/Swallows and Amazons, 576 words. Gen, rated G. Summary: (none given) Origin: Lost_spook did a "give me two crossover characters and I'll write you a fic" meme. So I asked for Liz Shaw and Nancy Blackett, and she WROTE IT! And it is awesome!

Flight of Fancy, published on June 18, 2010 by lost_spook on her LJ. Doctor Who/Star Wars, 303 words. Ship!shipfic, rated G. Summary: (none given) Origin: In the aforementioned crossover meme, lost_spook asked for multiple prompts to choose from. So I also requested TARDIS/Millennium Falcon shippiness. And she wrote it. Squeeeee!!!

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primsong
Dec. 2nd, 2009 05:57 am (UTC)
You've been busy! I'll definitely need to look up your "Helmsman" one - sounds like fun. :-)

I like your 'master list' idea here.
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