Almost all of my fanfiction can be found at my Archive of Our Own profile. At this point that's almost 15 years of fanfiction, and the older stuff is pretty dire (there are a few stories I have attempted to remove from the internet). On these pages you can find indexed the fic I'm still reasonably happy with, linked to the AO3 copies.

I warn here for explicit violence, mention of rape, dubious consent, and mentions of suicide (none of these are common themes for me). The story tags have more detailed labels, including for kink, but be aware that some stories linked here may contain assorted consensual BDSM-ish activities, and check the tags if this is a problem for you.

I use the AO3 rating system: G (all audiences), T (teen), M (mature), and E (explicit).

The Eagle (2011)

The Eagle (2011) is a very loose movie adaptation of Rosemary Sutcliff's historical novel set in 2nd century Roman Britain, The Eagle of the Ninth. Both book and movie follow the quest of Marcus Flavius Aquila and the British slave Esca Mac Cunoval to find the lost standard of the Ninth Legion Hispana. This was my primary fandom for almost two years, and here you will find both book- and movie-based stories.

Rosemary Sutcliff Novels

British historical novelist Rosemary Sutcliff is perhaps best-known for her children's novels about Roman Britain, but her works span from Bronze Age Britain c. 2000-1000 BCE to the 19th century Ottoman Empire. In addition to The Eagle of the Ninth, I have also written fic based on Blood Feud (10th century Viking and Byzantines), Frontier Wolf (4th century Roman Britain), Knight's Fee (11th-12th century Norman England), and Mark of the Horse Lord (2nd century Roman Britain).

Les Miserables

My second fandom in high school was musical theatre fandom, and I spent a few years in the late 1990s/early 2000s lurking around the edges of the fandom. The 2012 movie and finally properly reading the book caused me to fall headfirst into the fandom harder than I've ever fallen into a fandom. 1500-page 19th century French novels where everyone dies--what's not to love?

Star Wars

Arguably my first fandom ever, Star Wars is one of the fandoms I periodically return to, although I've never managed to find an active fic community. I write fic based exclusively on the movies, both prequels and sequels. I have a particular fondness for the Skywalker family, especially Leia, and for Darth Maul/Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Tortall Novels

This is my other main perennial fandom. The Tortall novels consist of several series of young adult fantasy novels set in a medievaloid universe, the most well-known of which is probably the Song of the Lioness Quartet, starring Alanna of Trebond, who disguises herself as boy to become a knight. I love these books in part being I find it immensely fun to poke at the worldbuilding, plus they have a large cast of interesting and flexible characters.

James Bond Movies

Somehow I've written enough James Bond fic that I thought it deserved its own page. Baffling! Mostly Alec Trevelyan/James Bond (GoldenEye), some Tan-Sun Moon/Zao (Die Another Day) and miscellaneous.

Other Fandoms

At present, this includes:

Historical RPF: 16th and 17th century, Eastern Han Dynasty, Tang Dynasty
Books: Eighteen Songs of a Nomad Flute, Good Omens - Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, Magic School Bus, Three Musketeers - Alexandre Dumas
Musicals and Plays: Chicago, The Phantom of the Opera, Twelfth Night - William Shakespeare
Movies: Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame, Edward Scissorhands, X-Men, Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia, The Lion in Winter, Pirates of the Caribbean
TV: Firefly, Smallville