Fanfic by Author – E
Alphabetical by the author's last name or handle.
An A for Effort
Newlywed Clark can't stop craving peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Got Milk? ;)
An episode-format story dealing with what might happen if Jimmy were to catch the just-married Lois in a compromising position -- with Superman!
Conversations Between Newlyweds
A few days in the "normal" newlywed life of our favorite couple. :)
Lois and Clark ponder the answer to that age-old newlywed question -- how much is "normal"?
Hair Is Where the Hurt Is
A lighthearted "Dean and Teri" fanfic/parody of the episode "Home is Where the Hurt Is."
It's All in Our Minds ... Then Why Does it Feel So Real?
This story, set right after Clark leaves for New Krypton, gives new meaning to the phrase "meeting of the minds." :)
When Magnolias Bloom
To borrow a phrase from a certain "broken down old minister" who helped Lois and Clark when they finally arrived at the perfect time and the perfect place, this wonderfully moving tale shows how love survives. Survives any joy, any sorrow, all the rights, all the wrongs, even life and death.
Voted Best New Author 2008
Assuming that Lois and Clark had a good date following "Individual Responsibility," she would have felt extremely betrayed by his running off at the carnival the following weekend. But what really happened that night? A 2007 Ficathon story.
Games People Play
When Clark invites Lois to a college basketball game, is it any surprise that sports bring out her competitive side? But this time, there's more on the line than just the score.
In the light of a new day, clarity comes. And it's not always welcome, especially for Lois.
Set after the episode "Season's Greedings," when Lois finds herself alone on New Year's Eve, a special visitor may be just what she needs to ring in the new year with newfound clarity about her relationship with Clark -- and Superman.
After a few drinks, Lois may not remember much about this stakeout in New Orleans ... but is it possible that she's actually more intoxicated by her partner's presence?
Come Spy With Me
Jimmy's father, Jack, is back, seeking Lois and Clark's help. Someone in the NIA has turned traitor, selling off super-secret weapons, some of them even designed to kill Superman. The group flies off to South America to inspect a weapons cache there.
The Perfect Gift
As a newly married couple with a mortgage and countless unforeseen expenses, Lois and Clark have put themselves on a tight budget. But the holidays are coming, and each wants to buy the other a *perfect* Christmas present . . .
It's All Just Rather Funny
Another take on how Superman could have reacted to Lois at the end of "Barbarians at the Planet."
Nominated Best New Author 2008
Adventures at the Museum
A vacation for the weary Kent family gives them more excitement than they had expected.
Christmas at Luthor Manor
Lex Luthor pauses for a moment in his holiday celebration to review the irksome reason for the season.
Melancholy Memories and Christmas Cheer
Lois comforts both Clark and herself after the loss of Martha Kent. A 2007 Christmas ficathon story.
New Faces; New Years
Lois examines her past and future as she rings in the new year.
No, In Any Language
A war-hardened Lois returns to Metropolis as a college student and researcher, only to find herself pursued by the well-established, human-interest reporter, Clark.
This Doesn't Look Like Kansas...
A young Clark needs a little help finding his way home.
White Orchid Ball
Lois asks Clark to be her date at Luthor's costume ball. Does she have costumes in mind?
The Absent Minded Superhero
The author confesses "nothing" is sacred in this light-hearted jab at our superhero.
Amantium Irae Amoris Integratio
It was a tough decision to make, but Lois has finally chosen between the two men in her life. Now all she has to do is give one of them the bad news. The title means, "Lovers' anger is the renewal of love."
The Nigerian princess from Clark's past comes to Metropolis with a most unexpected companion in tow.
An intimate little conversation between Lois and Clark in which Lois tries to come up with a new angle for a Superman interview.
Is This an Opening?
Lois tries to figure out Clark's trick to opening doors protected by keypad locks.
Clark has just inherited Perry's office, and Lois takes time off from her busy job to pay him a visit -- and slip in some quality time.
The Thoughts That Bless
After Lois knows the big secret, she assembles an archive of Superman news clippings in her apartment, determined to know "what she should have seen that she didn't see" -- and thereby help build a better future with Clark by better understanding their past.
The Wedding Night
Lois and Clark have a post-consummation discussion.
A married Lois and Clark have an argument on the way to an early-morning interview.
After the Rain
An ending scenario for "And the Answer Is..." after Clark pops the question in the rain.
The Big Chill
A short, humorous story in which Lois and Clark find romance in front of their new refrigerator. :-)
When Lois catches Clark coming out of the shower with his hair slicked back and no glasses on (he's wearing a towel!), well, he's got some major splainin' to do.
Don't Dream It's Over
Lois waits, mourning the loss of Clark to New Krypton. A sequel to the fanfic "Dust in the Wind," and Part 2 of a two-part fanfic series called "Un Ete de Souffrance," or "A Summer of Pain."
Dust in the Wind
A story, written in first person from Lois' point of view, that picks up after the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly." Part 1 of a two-part fanfic series called "Un Ete de Souffrance," or "A Summer of Pain." (The sequel is "Don't Dream It's Over.")
Fear Is Not the End of This
A "therapy" fanfic that picks up at the end of the episode "Contact."
From Far Beyond
A magical figure helps Clark decide what to do about Lois, while an escaped Jason Mazik plots revenge.
Lois and Clark's Song
A rewrite of the Crash Test Dummies' Superman song, summarizing Lois & Clark's world.
Love of a Lifetime
Clark tries to find a way to get close to Lois again, and Dan Scardino receives a surprise.
A Secret Best Kept
Clark's ill-timed proposal in the park, during a downpour, leaves their relationship strained -- and Lois with a nasty cold. Playing matchmaker, Perry orders bedrest for Lois, with Clark to stay by her side. Meanwhile, Jason Mazik, new to prison life, meets up with Lex Luthor. A multiauthored story by Emerald Shine and Kelly Feenstra.
When the Dewdrops Fall ...
A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is ..." in which it doesn't take Lois a long time to give Clark an answer.
Since Clark's Not Here
In this episode continuation of "Man of Steel Bars," Superman is back in town after saving Metropolis from the nuclear power plant meltdown, but "Clark" isn't. How can Lois investigate the latest scandal without him?
The BC Saga (Before Clone)
A poem tracing the show through the first two seasons.
Forever and Ever...
A poem inspired by Clark's absence in Lois's life while he is on New Krypton.
Lois Lane Got Married
A tragedy in the Kent family makes Lois reconsider a choice she made long, long ago...
Love Me Once More . . .
In this *alternate* alternate universe story, Lois Lane gets more than she bargained for on her first assignment since returning from the Congo jungle.
Purple For ...?
Clark's got a secret admirer this Valentine's Day who really wants his attention ... wonder who it could be?
Reflections From Space
A romantic sonnet in which Clark reflects on what he leaves behind, as he leaves with the New Kryptonians.
A Safe Place to Land
After learning Clark's secret identity, Lois begins to wonder just how much she can really trust Clark Kent....
A teenage Lois Lane finds herself on a fishing trip in Kansas with her father.
Like Father, Like Daughter
Claire, Lois and Clark's precocious young daughter, tries to find the source of those mysterious "whoosh" sounds she hears all the time.
City of (Fallen) Angels
33,576 words (189Kb)
While pursuing a lead on The Boss, the world's biggest Boy Scout meets the Devil, who's trying to become a better man. A Lois & Clark/Lucifer crossover. A multiauthored story by NostalgiaKick and Endelda.
Duck, Duck, Excuse
4,606 words (25Kb)
Lois finds out Clark has been keeping something from her but decides to help him anyway. After all, what are friends for?
Just the Way You Are
5,576 words (30Kb)
As a young boy, Clark has some adjustments to make that he's not particularly happy with.
The Muppets Take Metropolis
1,368 words (8Kb)
Sometimes it takes a dash of weirdness to help the pieces come together.
No Receipt, No Return
3,173 words (17Kb)
Clark reassures Lois after a crisis of confidence.
That Night in the Car
1,440 words (8Kb)
Lois makes a surprising discovery during a stakeout one night.
Those Five Magic Words
975 words (5Kb)
Lois and Clark have a relaxing afternoon with family and friends and some news to share.
In response to a 30-minute Episode Extension challenge, we see Lois's introspectives to cope with Clark's "death" in the episode "That Old Gane of Mine" in this heartwarming vignette with a surprising ending.
In a sequel to the Eppie's 30-minute challenge fic "Insomnia," Lois confronts Superman about Clark's death.
And With Her Strength, I Survive
A story for all you Lois & Lex romantics out there. ;)
A romantic engagement vignette. After six months of waiting, has Lois finally made up her mind?
A sad story in which Lois bids a final farewell to Clark before he goes to New Krypton, not knowing if they will ever see each other again. WARNING: deathfic
The Source of Power
The secret is out about where Clark gets his powers!
The Time Has Come
Lois sits down with her older daughter Rachel to discuss the changes going on in her life. Meanwhile, her younger daughter Anna has a question of her own.
A one-shot look into Clark's mind after he responds, as Superman, to a great tragedy.
After the Rain Stops
A conversation that might have taken place at the end of the episode "And the Answer Is..."
After Clark's gushing remarks embarrass Lois at work, he gets a taste of his own medicine.
Nominated Best New Author 2011
Cold and Blood
Cold and Blood, a short drabble to the challenge lines.