Doctor Cornelius

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Name: Doctor Cornelius
Alias(es): Dr. C, dr_c
Type: fanfiction author, essayist, music composer
Fandoms: Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, The Chronicles of Narnia, A Series of Unfortunate Events
Communities: The Sugar Quill
URL: dr_c at LiveJournal
Doctor Cornelius at FanFiction.Net
Doctor Cornelius at The Sugar Quill
Miscellaneous Writings of Doctor Cornelius
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Doctor Cornelius is a fan who was primarily active in Harry Potter fandom.

Dr. C was active on the UHPFC message boards by spring of 2000[1] and joined FanFiction.Net in August 2000. He joined The Sugar Quill shortly after its opening in January 2001,[2] where he was on staff from 2001 to 2003 as Head Boy and Adjunct Faculty Member.[3]

Doctor Cornelius' GeoCities page was originally home only to his Sorting Quiz but was revamped in 2004 to include other fanworks, essays, and music.[4]

Notable Fanworks



Other Works

See Also


  1. ^ dr_c at LiveJournal. A story, and some other stuff (aka Reflections of a Longtime H/G Shipper), posted 17 July 2005.
  2. ^ SQ, a history by Magoo, Rocky, StereoM, and Doctor Cornelius, January 2003. Archived 05 July 2004 by the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ The Sugar Quill, The Staff Room, archived 24 October 2001 by the Wayback Machine. Doctor Cornelius was still listed as staff as of 01 June 2003 but not 10 August 2003. In No, Don't Worry, I'm Okay, posted 04 November 2003, dr_c announced he had "chosen to let my level of fandom involvement drop to somewhere near zero" and was "not really a 'Quiller' anymore".
  4. ^ dr_c at LiveJournal. Breaking the Silence, posted 29 March 2004.
  5. ^ The illustrated version was originally posted at, first archived 01 May 2001 by the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ The Little Snicket Lad: Music composed by Doctor Cornelius at, introduction archived 25 December 2003 by the Wayback Machine. Neither the animation nor the sound file was archived. Announced by carissa_lynn at LiveJournal, Yeeka, again, 19 October 2003.
  7. ^ dr_c at LiveJournal. Halfway there!, posted 03 April 2003, and The Sorting Hat, posted 05 April 2003.