|Other Star Trek Stories|
|Paramount Owns Everything...Except an Imagination|
|Written in response to Jungle Kitty's "Small Things" challenge to take a small object and write a story around it. This is the story of Spock's firepot beast (the one that's always in the corner of his quarters.)
Rating: G, TOS, S
|Summary: A belated answer to Istannor's "lonely lives" challenge
Rating: PG, TOS/AU, S/f
|Rating: TOS, PG, K/S?
Summary: A bard tells the story of two men she met in her youth. It's also a story of what can bind two men together in the face of a capricious universe.
|"Amicus Usque ad Aras"|
|Rating: PG, TOS, 1/1, S, Cha
Summary: A late-night encounter shortly after the events of "What Are Little Girls Made Of?"
|Rating: R, TOS, S/f
Summary: The sequel to "Tell Me That You'll Wait for Me." A young Vulcan and what he leaves behind.
|Forays into Drabble Land|
|Rating: PG, TOS, 1/1
Summary: Written in response to a challenge on the Spock and Christine mailing group to write a story in which Christine Chapel dies. WARNING: Author is NOT responsible if you don't bring your kleenex. :O) This story was originally posted to the Spock and Christine list, and I didn't realize it was a drabble. But, it is, so enjoy.
|"Tell Me That You'll Wait for Me"|
|Rating: TOS, G, 1/1, S/f
Summary: Spock and a mysterious woman, on the eve of his departure to Starfleet.
|Star Trek Non-Fiction|
|"Phaser Beams and Go-Go Boots: Racism, War and Individuality in Star Trek."|
|"Phaser Beams and Go-Go Boots" is a paper I wrote for a graduate seminar on the history of the 1960s. My real name and any identifying marks have, of course, been take off the paper, but the plagiarism warning still stands. Please do not distribute this paper without my consent. All content (c) 1999 by Roisin Fraser|