Fanfic by Author – Y
Alphabetical by the author's last name or handle.
Alternate Final Scene of Metallo
A scene that might have taken place after the ending of the episode "Metallo."
Somewhere in Time
A soulmates' story in which a young Loisette and Charles find forbidden love only to be thwarted by their timeless nemesis, Tempos.
Nominated Best New Author 2006
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The Kryptonian attack on Smallville has repercussions.
Cat has a final conversation before leaving Metropolis.
Breaching the Ivory TowerKERTH 2016 WINNER
Lois sorts through her emotions during Season 2's "Church of Metropolis."
Cheese of the MonthKERTH 2006 NOMINEE
When Clark offers Lois a terrible excuse during a romantic meal, she vows to find out his secret on her own.
The brain is a remarkable biological machine.
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!
The Ghost of Christmas FutureKERTH 2016 WINNER
Tempus travels through time as he teaches himself a Dickens-inspired tale.
Godzilla's HomeKERTH 2016 NOMINEE
A child's toy tugs at a guilty heart.
A missing scene provides context for Lois' varying emotional states during the episode "The Green, Green Glow of Home."
Quick vs. Quickly KERTH 2016 WINNER
A grammar lesson turns into an active demonstration.
The Showgirl's Tale
For "The Canterbury Tales of Metropolis" challenge: Witnessing an event during "I've Got a Crush on You" changed this performer's life.
Smart TeensKERTH 2007 NOMINEE
The Smart Kids have grown into teenagers. What happens when one of them falls prey to addiction again?
A WAFFY "Season's Greedings" episode extension.
That Old Vat of MineKERTH 2016 NOMINEE
Shallowford issued an Episode Mash-Up Challenge of "That Old Gang Of Mine" and "Vatman." Here's my response. :)
Unique IndividualsKERTH 2016 WINNER
Issues surrounding identity and deepening relationships are at the core of this sequel to "That Old Vat of Mine."
What a Gentleman Desires: The Continuation
Lois and Clark bond as they fix a colorful mistake.
A minor character from "Whine, Whine, Whine" comes to a major realization.
Xerxes the Great
Clark and Lex square off over ancient history.