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A Small Thank You to Our Wonderful GEs: Among the feedback we've had for the Archive over the years, one thing comes through loud and clear, and that is just how much our readers appreciate the grammar and punctuation standards of our stories. Much of that is down to our talented authors, of course, but it wouldn't be possible without the dedicated team of General Editors – or GEs – who volunteer their knowledge, time and attention to working with authors to make the very best out of their stories and produce the best reading experience possible. GEs have come and gone over the years and they all have our grateful thanks for their hard work. Currently, our GEs are:
Some of them are more visible in our fandom than others, but if you meet them on the messageboards or irc, do take a moment to let them know how appreciative we are of their dedication and hard work. — LabRat
Kerth Awards 2015 winners are revealed! And once again, the biggest winners are the readers. Thank you, Kerth winners and nominees, for another year of great stories. Sending your ideas out into the world can be a scary thing — so a very big thank you to every author brave enough to share your stories with your fellow FoLCs. You are keeping this fandom alive. Want to thank an author today? There's a celebration kicking off over at this thread on the fanfic boards.
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.
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 June 28, 2015
Clark has always taken solace in that space between Earth and the stars, especially during the hardest times of his life. A collection of stolen moments in that perfect isolation.
At First Sight
Just what was Clark thinking when he first met Lois Lane?
The Florist's Tale -
In response to my feedback for her "A Cabbie's Tale," VirginiaR said, "Feel free to write your own 'The Florist's Tale.'" Okay!
House of the Phoenix -
Lois asks a question -- and gets more than she bargained for.
What Perry Knows -
Perry knows a secret, but what will he do about it?
Uploaded on June 4, 2015
The Cabbie's Tale -
The driver of a New Troy yellow cab talks about his most bizarre day.
Kerth Advertisements 2015 -
Advertisements for some of the 2015 Kerth-nominated stories.
Make Love, Not Warcraft -
Years after Clark leaves Metropolis during the freak heat wave, he and Lois meet up in the most unlikely of places. But will old scars run too deep to fix what is broken between them?
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