Title: The days that are no more (Reference) (2500 words)
Fandom: due South (s1 spoilers)/Ashes to Ashes (post-finale, intentionally vague)
Summary: I was accidentally shot by my partner while trying to catch a train and, for reasons that don't need exploring at this juncture, I have found myself in London in 1985.
Notes: All [personal profile] odditycollector's fault. Pre-read by her & by [personal profile] d_generate_girl.
Spoilers: Ashes to Ashes: This story does not explain anything about the universe in which it is set, and it does not spoil anything for Ashes to Ashes except in the sense of which characters are present or absent. That said, the story functions by the same narrative laws as Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes, and may lead to a better understanding of the mythos that constitutes much of those series' main mysteries.
due South: Spoilers for the end of season 1.


Title: All the world dissolves (4600 words)
Fandom: Ashes to Ashes (set during s3)/Promethean Age (no spoilers)
Summary: All stories are true, or, there's imaginary lube in the figment of a nightstand by the subconscious construct of a vibrator.
Pairing: Alex Drake/Kit Marlowe/Sam Tyler
Rating: Adult
Warnings: None.
Notes: [personal profile] thatyourefuse set me off and I kept on. Predominantly A2A, though Kit has reasons for being there. Predominantly smut as well.

I've also written a couple of things that are Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes recently, but since those are essentially the same universe, I shan't put the full data here; they're tagged on my DW in any case.
Title: Fire In The Hole (AO3) or Fire In The Hole (author's site)
Author: [personal profile] rhi
Fandoms: Highlander, X-Files, Buffy: the Vampire Slayer
Rating: PG or maybe just I for Insane
Pairing: none
Summary: Possibly the weirdest part of Mulder's night so far -- and it said a lot about the whole thing -- lay in the wolf being the one that tried to get out of his way to let him shoot the basilisk again.

Title: Unexpected Quarters
Author: [livejournal.com profile] tarshaan
Fandoms: X-Files, Discworld
Rating: PG
Pairing: None
Summary: "A coward dies a thousand times; Krycek has drinks with two DEATHs." A.k.a. 'How to get out of a silo...'

Title: On A Country Road
Author: Joyce
Fandoms: The X-Files, due South
Rating: PG, maybe
Pairing: none
Summary: It's not every runaway car that has a wolf in the driver's seat.

Title: The Justice League of Cardiff Is A Stupid Name
Author: [personal profile] sam_storyteller
Fandoms: Torchwood, Justice League
Rating: PG
Pairing: any number implied, but not the focus of the story. (Jack Harkness. Enough said.)
Summary: Superman is evil and Batman wants to know why Torchwood's agents don't wear capes.

Title: The Marines Love Her
Author: [livejournal.com profile] ana_grrl 
Fandoms: Stargate Atlantis, Real Genius
Rating: PG
Pairing: none (hints of Lorne/Parrish)
Summary: Jordan. On Atlantis. She makes stuff.

Title: Paparazzo
Author: [livejournal.com profile] basingstoke 
Fandoms: Iron Man (movie), Spiderman (movie)
Rating: spicy (per author)
Pairing: Iron Man/Spiderman
Summary: Iron Man, Spiderman, heroics, villains, flirting.    You know:  fun.  (If you like slash, that is.)

Discovering the existence of this community led me to tag crossovers I have written in my delicious. Among the crossovers between 24 different fandoms (many books, some TV, some comics, and the occasional musical) indexed here, I am particularly fond of the following:

Twice is a coincidence (Leverage/White Collar, Hardison and Clinton Jones do not exactly fight crime, PG-13)

Lay that damned book aside (Good Omens/Promethean Age, Aziraphale has a fling with a different sort of devil, R)

Where winter wolves bark (due South/A Companion to Wolves, an amalgam of Benton Fraser and a world with sapient wolf companions, R)

Sparrowhawk (Supreme Power/DCU, Kyle the angry Batman analogue gets the happiest Robin ever, series G-NC-17)

Five universes the Doctor never visited (DCU, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Vorkosigan, Temeraire, due South, G)

All thee Dysk's a Stage (Discworld/Slings & Arrows, Darren Nichols staging audience participation is deadly, G)


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