Artists in Residence

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Name: Artists in Residence
Owner/Maintainer: Mona Ramsey
Dates: 24 July 1997 - 2001 (last update)
Type: hosting site
Fandom: slash fandom
URL: (1999 Wayback link, for a later version see 2008)
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Artists in Residence (Or: the Home for Wayward Slash Writers) was Mona Ramsey's site for slash authors who were looking for an author page of their own.

Long promised, I finally deliver with some fellow slash (well, mostly slash) writers who heretofore have been members of the Internet homeless. :-(

The following pages feature stories which are *Adult* in content, so don't go there if you: a) don't like seeing, reading, or hearing about sex; b) don't like slash (m/m or f/f pairings); c) aren't old enough to know either a or b.

The management (consisting pretty much of me, Mona) thanks you!

Description from Spirit's Heavens:

Artists In Residence - maintained by none other than the delicious former VSPS ensign, Mona Ramsey. Everything your heart could desire can be found here![1]

The site inspired other sites like Astarte's Artists in Residence Pages (or The New Home for More Wayward Slash Writers) and The Nesting Place.

Author Pages

Amirin's Stories are now housed on five pages: C/P Stories updated August 4, 2000, P/K Stories updated June 11, 2000, and Other Voyager Stories updated August 2, 1999, X-Files Stories updated March 5, 2000, Sports Night Stories updated December 27, 1999.

  • Athea's Page currently featuring Hercules: TLJ, Highlander, Johnny Quest, Professionals, Millennium, Sherlock Holmes, and Kung Fu: the Legend Continues fiction; updated January 10, 1999
  • Derora's Page currently featuring Star Trek: Voyager and Sentinel Fiction; updated August 2, 2000
  • Fenris' Page currently featuring Highlander, Forever Knight, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Crossover fiction; updated February 8, 1999.
  • Helmboy's Page currently featuring Star Trek: Voyager, The Sentinel, and Star Wars ficton; updated November 20, 1999; and the Travelling Man Stories featuring Voyager fiction; updated June 28, 1999.
  • JiM's Page currently featuring Highlander, X-Files, Jonny Quest, and Space: Above and Beyond fiction; updated July 9, 2001.
  • Joanne's Slash Series Page currently featuring Star Trek: Voyager fiction, updated April 23, 2000; and the Other Stories Page, currently featuring Highlander, Eddie and the Cruisers, X-Files, Magnificent Seven, Ally McBeal, Horatio Hornblower, Lawrence of Arabia, The Bold and the Beautiful, Gladiator, Chasing Amy, X-Men, The Prophecy, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Clay Pigeons, Armageddon, Gossip, and Crossover fiction; updated July 9, 2001.
  • Karen's Page currently featuring Star Trek: Voyager, X-Files, Star Wars, and La Femme Nikita fiction; updated June 7, 2000.
  • Lianne's Page currently featuring Star Trek: Voyager, Sentinel, Once a Thief, Professionals, War of the Worlds, Hercules, La Femme Nikita, Tokyo Babylon/X, Independence Day, Viper, Houston Knights, Star Wars, and Original fiction; updated December 23, 1998, has been joined by a Drowning Sorrows Page, specifically for this OaT series and its sequels; updated December 12, 1998.
  • Merri-Todd's Page currently featuring Star Trek: Voyager, X-Files, Sentinel, and Crossover fiction; updated November 4, 1999.
  • Sarah's Page currently featuring Crossover fiction; created April 19, 1998.
  • Sibyl's Page currently featuring Highlander, Sentinel, and Original fiction; updated June 19, 2000.
  • Trig's Page currently featuring Law and Order slash fiction; updated August 10, 1998.
  • VG's Page currently featuring The Sentinel, The X-Files, and The Professionals slash fiction; updated August 2, 1999.
Yvette has joined along as well, and her Voyager and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace slash stories can be found at The Tuvok/Kim Slash Page; updated March 5, 2000.


  1. ^ Spirit's Heavens links, via Wayback: 09 December 2004. (Accessed 27 July 2020)
  2. ^ By 2001 the site had moved to The Principality of Whimsy. See Artists in Residence, via Wayback: 2007. (Accessed 17 November 2015)