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Title: Into the Dark
Author: [ profile] mad_maudlin
Genre: Gen, though you could take it as preslash if you want.
Rating: PG for one little word
Spoilers: Vaguely for First Contact/Lost Tribe
Summary: "We don't leave our people behind."

A/N: I had two or three things I thought I could sneak in under the deadline, but this is the only one presentable before my bedtime. I have successfully resisted the urge to more directly quote Death Cab for Cutie. Can be thought of as a sequel to another fic I wrote, which is not very good, but I'll link it anyway: Dialogue on the Individuality of Consciousness (The Mega-Mall at the End of the Universe). Speed beta, so pointing out typos would be welcome.

a moment of white-out nothingness and sound )


Jan. 8th, 2009 05:40 pm
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Amnesty 2008 is officially a wrap! You can read the 46 challenge entries here or using the Amnesty 2008 challenge tag.

New challenge coming right up!
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Just a quick heads' up to say that I will close 2008 Amnesty tonight, so all ashore, come ashore or get in touch with me!
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Title: Devil's In the House of the Rising Sun

Author: Sian1359

For the SGA Flashfic 2008 Amnesty: Gods and Monsters Challenge

Pairing: YMMV; this can be interpreted as slash or gen

Rating: Anyone

Genre: Episode Tag

Warnings: None

Spoilers:  Vegas

Word Count: ~600; don't think I've ever written something this short intentionally

Disclaimers:  Think of me as a modern day Mallory or a garage cover band.  The characters aren't mine, but this interpretation is.

Summary:  After the fade to black



.Devil's in the House of the Rising Sun )
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Title: Everything Else
Author: Hyperfocused
Pairing: McKay/Sheppard
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: ~400
A/N: Like the title says. Sequel of sorts, to Everything.

Everything Else )
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Title: Going Native (Men and Machines Challenge)
Author: [ profile] slybrarian
Rating: Adult / NC-17
Pairings: Sheppard/Mitchell/Atlantis
Words: 512
Series: Discontinuity (Reading not required.)
Notes: AU, set after "The Return Part II".

Summary: Everyone with the gene has their subtle quirks. John's quirks aren't so subtle.

Unexpected ATA-related side effects. )
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Title: The way we look to a distant constellation
Author: Sarah T.
Website: alien corn
Rating: NC-17
Characters: John, unnamed "Vegas" Wraith
Notes: A "Vegas" AU. Thanks to Spike for betaing. 3200 words.
Summary: John has an encounter in the desert.

The mistake was going down to check on his subject. )
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Title: Everything, and Then Some
Author: Hyperfocused
Fandom: Stargate: Atlantis
Pairing: McKay/Sheppard
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 1000 words exactly
Summary: Rodney has much too much time to think.
A/N: So, for last year's Amnesty, I wrote Everything, which was Haiku for each of SGA_Flashfic's challenges thus far. This year, I toyed with doing the same thing, but couldn't decide between writing haiku for all the subjects, or just the ones new this year. I ultimately decided on something different: one (long!) poem that uses all of the subjects in alphabetical order. Please forgive the indulgence. Chellenge titles are in bold

Everything, and Then Some )
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Title: Missing actor on intergalactic secret mission
Author: [ profile] inkscribe
Pairings: none (Chuck-centric)

Challenge: Amnesty 2008: Missing Persons Challenge

Warnings: likely crack. Okay, definitely crack. With perhaps a hint of TPTB meta, because I just couldn't stop myself.
Rating: G
Words: ~475

Summary: Missing actor on intergalactic secret mission; byline--Radek Zelenka

author notes and story, Missing actor on intergalactic secret mission, below cut )
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Title: Eat Your Cake and Have It
Author: 2ndary_author
Fandom: Stargate: Atlantis
Characters: Sheppard, McKay, references to Zelenka, Team
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 1.033
Summary: Sheppard, Ford, and a river in Egypt
A/N: epigraph by Eddie Izzard, of course. **SPOILER: for Season 2**


eat your cake and have it )

Also, this doesn't get it's own post, because it's really a sequel to an amnesty entry...but for anyone who's been playing along at home: Signs of Rapture, Called Apocalypse (part the third)

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Title: Fifth Times the Charm
Author: [ profile] morena_donn
Rating: PG-13
Pairing: McKay/Sheppard (with mention of canon het)
Word count: 2,100
Authors Note / Summary / Spoilers: An exploration of several onscreen kisses from Seasons 1 and 2 - plus one that happened off screen.

Thanks to [ profile] brindel for the quickie beta
Fifth Time's the Charm )
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TITLE: dreaming of space and speed
AUTHOR: [ profile] adannu
LENGTH: 3300+ words.
SUMMARY: John is gone. But Rodney isn't.
A/N: I picked this up and rewrote the ending, since this fits the Missing Persons challenge. The title is borrowed from a Frank O'Hara poem. This may be the first part of two.

The relationship between Rodney and physics is an uncomplicated one. )
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Title: Saturday #2
Author: [ profile] easilyexcited
Pairing: John/OMC
Rating: NC-17 (sexual activity between consenting adolescents)
Wordcount: ~3500
Summary: Boarding school isn't what John expected.
Notes: PWP. Could someday be the second scene in a story about how John Sheppard became John Sheppard, but for now: PWP.

Saturday #2 )
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Title: Seeing the Dead
Rating: G
Pairing: None
Summary: Teyla sees dead people.
Length: about 1000 words
Disclaimer: Somewhere there's a universe where they're mine. It's not this one.
A/N: This is set in some indeterminate future, and, hopefully, can be considered AU (since there is an implied character death).

Seeing the Dead

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Title: Outtakes
Author: [ profile] bironic
Pairing: Sheppard/McKay
Rating: R
Word Count: 2,300
Summary: Five things that rarely seem to go wrong.
A/N: Thanks to [ profile] synn and my f-list for chiming in with clichés to play with. And credit to whoever it was who wrote the fic that had an exchange in it similar to the one about lube towards the end of #3. I can't remember where, but I've seen something like it before.

It has to happen like this sometimes... )
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Title: And now my memories turn pale
Author: less_star
Characters: Rodney, McKays, honorary uncles, Torren
Word count: 1900, give or take
Rating: PG
Warning: OC death

Summary: You grow up and leave your family. That’s how it’s supposed to be.

A/N: I love, love, love stories where Rodney’s childhood is positively gothic, but my personal canon has shifted a bit and I now see the McKays as ordinary, rather sad people who tried their best. I also think the ancient gene is recessive, with a very random pattern of inheritance.

My profound apologies to anyone who knows anything about Euclid, or geometry. It made sense when I translated it at 4 am.

A long time ago, our family came from the sea )
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Title: Meanwhile, in an abandoned mine on M8R-558...
Artist: [ profile] astridv
Rating: PG-13
Spoilers: 5x17 Infection; this won't make sense if you haven't seen the episode.
Pairings: none
Thanks to [ profile] ratcreature for turning me in the right direction when I was stuck with this drawing.
full image behind the cut )
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Title: Widow's Pique
Author: Tielan
Rating: PG-13
Category: AU crossover with the Black Jewels Trilogy by Anne Bishop. WIP.
Pairing: John/Teyla
Disclaimer: The realm of the Blood is not mine, it's Anne Bishop's. I shouldn't have to tell you that the Atlantis characters aren't mine, either.
Notes: This is the start of the prequel to my Elizabeth/Ronon story To Serve A Queen, and yes, I will be finishing it in 2009.

Among the Blood, Black Widows are witches who are feared and distrusted for the skill with which they can weave tangled webs to see visions of the future - or entrap the mind. But when Teyla Emmagan of Athos village is called to the court of the Queen of Atlantis Territory, she is less concerned about being misunderstood, and more worried to step awry in the complex politics of the Atlantis court.

Then, too, there is the distracting presence of John Sheppard, a Warlord Prince whose interest in her is something Teyla cannot fathom. Does he distrust her motives? Is he merely protecting his Queen? Or is his interest something else - something that Teyla must learn to accept in order to best serve her Queen, her Territory, and her own heart?

Widow's Pique )


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