[identity profile] harriet-spy.livejournal.com
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. )
[identity profile] irrelevant.livejournal.com
Title: Death-Defying Acts
Rating: R
Pairing: Sheppard/McKay
Notes: 10,000 words, vague spoilers through season five, future-ish, as much snark as spark. This is a jigsaw: you've got most of the edge pieces, two corners and a pile of jumbled insides. Thanks as always to Q. If the fic makes any sense, she's why.

Serious doesn't live here. Not often, anyway. )
[identity profile] kassrachel.livejournal.com
This is entirely [livejournal.com profile] sihayab's fault, I swear. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] sanj and [livejournal.com profile] ellen_fremedon for encouraging me!

In Red
1525 words
(warning: holiday crack)

Then Rodney hit on an idea. "Fine," he said. "I'll do it -- if you'll be the elf."

In Red )
[identity profile] saphanibaal.livejournal.com
-title- In Case of Emergency
-author- Sophonisba ([livejournal.com profile] saphanibaal)
-warnings- Gen. Strong language and some violence. In my head, this is part of my canon-asymptotic AU, but it isn't doing anything alternative in particular here.
-timeframe- Between "Hot Zone" and "Sanctuary."
-spoilers- For "Hot Zone," and... well, it references something that happened in early SG-1, but something that's fairly general knowledge (and I don't know the episode title, anyway).
-characters- AR-1, Miko, Zelenka, Kavanagh, Simpson, Elizabeth, Bates, et al.
-disclaimer- SGA, of course, is not mine.
-word count- 1464
-summary- The emergency failsafes in the Ancient labs are ATA-compliant.

In the movie, the device appeared to work on the same principle as the Stargate, so I see no reason why it couldn't be equally stolen here. )
[identity profile] fooleyed.livejournal.com
Title: Two-in-One
Author: Foo
Pairing: Sheppard/McKay, McKay/OFC... sort of
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: no beta, comma abuse
Summary: It started with an entry in one Ancient scientist’s journal that went something like—At last, the fruits of my labor were realized in Cerginthia, planet of the two-in-one.
Author's note: Well, this is my first fic in SGA. I also couldn't decide on which challenge to do, and it totally shows.

Two-in-One )
[identity profile] trinityofone.livejournal.com
Title: You're Pretty Good Looking (For a Girl)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] trinityofone
Rating: NC-17
Pairing: McKay/Sheppard
Length: ~13,300 words
Spoilers: Mostly written before S3, but now contains a few minor spoilers through 'The Game'
Warnings: Bodyswap, genderfuck, hetsex—it's a trifecta of sin!
Summary: Rodney crossed his arms under his breasts. "Well, this is stupid. And typical. Both my opportunities for hot gay sex and hot heterosexual sex are ruined!"
A/N: My intense gratitude to [livejournal.com profile] siriaeve, who helped me with this story from last Easter, when I was rambling on about the plot while lying in her sister's bed (note: said sister was not actually in said bed at the time), to this past Sunday, when I e-mailed her with the query, "Wanna beta 13,000 words of genderfuck? Oh, and Merry Christmas Eve!"

You're Pretty Good Looking (For a Girl) )
[identity profile] illman.livejournal.com
Title: Exit
Fandom: Stargate: Atlantis
Rating: FRT
Disclaimer: I don't own concepts, characters, etc.
Summary: John had never run this fast in his life
Spoilers: Set sometime in Season 2, no particular spoilers.
A/N: An idea with which I have been toying for a while. Rather heavily inspired by a certain Doctor Who episode.

Read more... )
[identity profile] saphanibaal.livejournal.com
-title- The Three Laws of Arthur C. Clarke (and corollaries thereof)
-author- Sophonisba, [livejournal.com profile] saphanibaal
-challenges- "This is not happening," First Contact
-warnings- General audiences. Mild scatological references. Third-person omniscient. Attempt to visually distinguish homographic heterophones. Takes place early in first season.
-characters- Ensemble; AR-1-centric
-disclaimer- The central plot device, not to mention many of the works referenced within, are of course the creation of the late great T. S. Geisel, long and justly famed as purveyor of the special crack. Also referenced are books by Eleanor Cameron and Armstrong Sperry. Two phrases of narration have been lifted from Maurice Sendak and (IIRC) Eric Flint, respectively. The corollaries to Clarke's Laws have been attributed to different people at different times, so I'm not sure whom to credit for those.
-spoilers- ..."Rising"?
-word count- 7829
-summary- They never did figure out what had caused it; it went down in the annals of Atlantis as "one of those things."

The Three Laws of Arthur C. Clarke (and corollaries thereof)

-1- When a distinguished [but elderly] scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong.
-2- The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.
-3- Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.

-- Any sufficiently advanced magic is indistinguishable from technology; any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced; any sufficiently advanced magic is indistinguishable from a rigged demonstration; any sufficiently advanced anything is indistinguishable from utter nonsense. (Especially if it is sufficiently advanced nonsense to begin with.) )
[identity profile] philote-auctor.livejournal.com
Title: Spinning
Author: Philote
Rating: PG
Characters: McKay, Sheppard
Summary: He’s faced Wraith and knife-wielding Genii and death in forms more creative and numerous than he ever could have imagined, only to find that there is nothing more frightening than his own mind.
AN: Takes place sometime shortly after “The Hive,” spoilers for that episode. Written for the ‘Not Happening’ challenge on sga_flashfic.

Spinning )


Apr. 23rd, 2006 04:44 pm
[identity profile] cesperanza.livejournal.com
Actually, sorry: this really is happening. However, you can read the 43 challenge entries here, or click on the "Not Happening" tag on our front page. (Even though we are so happening. This is my happening, baby, and it freaks me out!)

New challenge coming right up!
[identity profile] hjpatience.livejournal.com
Title: Vampires, huh
Author: Redtoes AKA [livejournal.com profile] hjpatience
Universe: SGA
Season: 2
Challenge: This is not happening challenge
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: Not mine and making no money.
Summary: Rodney tried to pinpoint when exactly it was in his life that he could say, “Vampires, huh,” and not have it sound ridiculous.

Vampires, huh )
[identity profile] torakowalski.livejournal.com
Title: Infinite Probability (Has Been’s, Would Be’s and Never Were’s)
Pairing: McKay/Sheppard
Rating: Hard R / NC-17
Length: ~5800 (sorry)
Warnings/Spoilers: Angst. Spoilers through SGA seasons 1&2 and SG-1 7x18 Heroes Pt 2

Thanks to [personal profile] janne_d once again for beta

Infinite Probability )
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[identity profile] mrshamill.livejournal.com
Title: Phobic
By: MrsHamill (mrshamill@gmail.com)
Challenge: 'This is not happening'
Rating: PG
Pairing: J/R
Spoilers: None
Summary: Things that go OW in the dark
Notes: Newbie, apparently just under the wire, more than a little intimidated by the quality of the stories here. I have several people to blame for my being here, so if you hate the story, it's all their fault. ;-)

Phobic )
[identity profile] ex-nilahasi174.livejournal.com
Title: Function
Author: [livejournal.com profile] nilahasi
Rating: R
Warnings: Angst, Character Death (sort of)
Challenge: This Is Not Happening Challenge
Disclaimer: I own nothing.
A/N: Many, many thanks to my beta, [livejournal.com profile] fledge; all mistakes/weirdness belong to me.

Summary: Every time Sheppard comes to see him now, Rodney’s overwhelmed with guilt, and sometimes he wants to function properly but sometimes he just doesn’t care.

function )
[identity profile] natroga.livejournal.com
Title: Logistics of a Closet Conversation
Author: Natroga
Pairing: Sheppard/McKay
Rating: Light R for lots of swearing and really bad innuendo
Challenge: This Is Not Happening Challenge
Disclaimer: I own absolutely nothing
A/N: So. This is me, popping my SGA-cherry. Also, it kind of figures that the longest one-shot I've ever written is for a flashfic challenge. Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] eledhwenlin, who graciously offered to beta after I terrorized my entire friendslist with this for nearly a week. ;) Post-ep for 2x19 Inferno

Summary: John hates the universe. He hates the universe SO MUCH.

Logistics of a Closet Conversation )
[identity profile] one-reverie.livejournal.com
Title: Beautiful
Author:one reverie
Warning: There is a warning; scroll to the end if you don't wish to be surprised.
Summary: Rodney reflects (it's really too short for a summary)

Beautiful )
[identity profile] burntcopper.livejournal.com
Title : Offer Extends to the Pegasus Galaxy
Author : Gunbunny
E-Mail : kabukivice@beeb.net
Fandom : SG:A
Pairing : McShep
Rating : No sex and no swearing. Am slipping. Well, aside from swearing at [livejournal.com profile] megolas for making me re-write it.
Summary : The gossip was a bit more focussed than he thought. 'This is not happening' challenge, [livejournal.com profile] sga_flashfic
Disclaimer : Not mine. There would be more nekkidness.
Feedback : I accept burnt offerings and alcohol.
Archive : http://kabukivice.com/fic , anywhere else feel free.

The gossip was a bit more focussed than he thought. )
[identity profile] lemonbella.livejournal.com
Title: If You Can't Beat Them
Author: Lemonbella
Rating: R (for a mention of nipple clamps)
Summary: Irredeemable sillyfic "In the ten months since Lorne first set foot in Pegasus, he had typed a request for reassignment seven times."

If You Can't Beat Them )


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