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Sad news about Zoomway. I heard recently that Zoomway lost her battle with cancer. Oldtimers will understand the depth of our community's loss. Newcomers...
To explain Zoomway you need to know that in many ways she was the heart of us, besides being "The Boss of Us" — the tongue-in-cheek rank she used on her own boards. She wrote the very first Lois & Clark fanfic ("Lois and Clark Meet The X-Files"). She originated or inherited the LOISCLA mailing list, the fandom's first popular, universal gathering place. She hosted the first boards where fanfic writers could post their stories in progress, and you can revisit older stories and find new ones on her site even today. Her knowledge of Superman in all his incarnations was encyclopedic, and she was the chief architect of the Lois & Clark Concordance. She was the authority on L&C canon and characterization. She wrote the sharpest dialogue. Her comments on IRC were usually the wittiest. She encouraged new fanfic writers.
Without Zoomway this fanfic archive would not exist. One very much like it might — but as webmaster I can definitively say that this one would not. If I had never stumbled on the gateway drug that was her "Counter Clark-Wise" back in the day, I never would have sought out more stories like it, never would have found other FoLCs, and never would have volunteered to help organize and preserve all these great fanfics. I owe her so much. I know I'm not the only one brought into the fold via her stories or the work she has done housing FoLCdom's meeting places.
Speaking of stories, if you haven't read Zoomway's, you're missing out. Read them all! Read them on your Kindle or other ebook reader. They are treasures.
If you'd like to share your memories of Zoomway, friends have started threads on both the Zoomway.net and the Lois & Clark Fanfic boards.
– Lauren W.
We're having problems with our submission form. Our story submission form has had a meltdown, and apparently it's been having issues off and on for a while now. Have you written a new story? Please email it to Editor-In-Chief LabRat directly. Have you submitted a story earlier and not found it published on the site — or had it acknowledged at all? If so, we are very sorry. LabRat always responds to authors as quickly as she can. If you did not receive a response from her within a day or so, she did not receive it. Again, we apologize for not realizing earlier there was a problem. Our contact forms are not working either. If you need to write us, please do so directly: write Editor-In-Chief LabRat or Webmaster Lauren W.
See the latest Kerth Award winners on our Kerth 2014 page! Congratulations to Kerth winners and nominees! And thank you for providing readers with another year of stories. Want to read all the nominated and winning stories as an ebook? KenJ has compiled them for Kindle and epub e-readers.
The fanfic database is updated with all stories up to March 31, 2014. As usual you can download the spreadsheet file in Excel and OpenOffice versions from our Fanfic Database page. You can also view the data online in Google Doc format.
All the novels, stories 50,000 words or greater that we host on the archive, have been converted by a team of volunteers to epub and mobi formats for your e-reading pleasure. Did you get a new Kindle, Nook or iPad this year? Or can you clear off some space on your old faithful? There are 231 Lois & Clark novels to enjoy over on the legacy ebook archive. You can download the novels one at a time or get them all in one download: We've compressed them into zip files (one each for epub and Kindle-friendly mobi).
Archive General Editors Wanted: We're in desperate need of editors who have the time and commitment to take on everything from vignettes to epics. Our GEs are not Beta Readers and so do not comment on plot or characterisation issues. GEs should have a friendly manner and be able to gently but firmly guide authors over issues of grammar and punctuation only. Abrasive editing techniques aren't what we're looking for. If you think you can help and want to volunteer, please contact LabRat for more info.
Uploaded on November 22, 2014
While investigating a football scandal in high school, Lois Lane is helped by Clark Kent, a mysterious boy who has more than one secret of his own. A story that follows the author's "Vagrant."
The Talk, Kryptonian Style -
Uploaded on November 16, 2014
Lynn S. M.
No, this isn't *that* talk. After all, this is a G-rated story. It's the *other* talk... The one only a Kryptonian father will have with his half-Kryptonian son.
Lois and Clark Do 100 Crimes Challenge -
A challenge was issued to see if Lois and Clark (and a select few within their good guys group) perpetrated at least 100 crimes during their four seasons. This was the result. Contributing Writers: VirginiaR., Lynn S.M., Lonnie, Deadly Chakram, Darth Michael, mrsMxyzptlk, MrsMosley, dcarson, John Lambert and Tzigone.
The Shortest Distance -
Lynn S. M.
Flying is easy; navigating is a lot harder.
Fifteen-year-old Clark runs away from his foster home and has to make it on his own on the streets of Metropolis.
X Marks the Spot -
A certain reporter gets a map that supposedly leads to a scoop on Superman. This can only end well!
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