fanfiction by waxjism

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Website: waxjism
Author: waxjism
Dates: 30 September 2000[1] or before - present
Fandom: BtVS, The Sentinel, Due South, Hard Core Logo, The X-Files, X-Men, The Faculty, 'NSync, Eminem, Harry Potter, Lotrips, SGA, My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, Adam Lambert, Into the Blue
URL: http://www.waxjism.org/fork.html
http://www.waxjism.net/pickle/ (Wayback)
http://www.squidge.org/~mace/waxjism/ (Wayback, old)
main page (2012)
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fanfiction by waxjism is waxjism's fanfic site. Back in 2000 the page name was simply Wax Jism; later versions were waxjism. The latest version of the page has the stories all listed on the main page but the site has a vid subpage (one Into the Blue vid), a subpage for Lord of the Ring RPS where it also hosts fanfiction by other authors, and there is a subpage for popslash by Badbatz, Dacey Ellis and xoverau.

Domain

The page was originally hosted by Squidge.org but moved between May and August 2001 to its own domain, waxjism.net.[2] By the end of 2001, the waxjism.net domain (aka WaxWorld) already hosted several popslash sites, including Boylicious, i-n-s, everything and nothing at all, shame is good for you (Wax Jism's popslash page), only very slightly mad, I will not be afraid of boybands, bury me deep, um...yeah, pretty little whore machine and Vanitas.[3] Waxjism.net was still active in June 2003[4] but by April 2005 the domain had changed to waxjism.org[5], still hosting mostly popslash sites.

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References

  1. The page was linked in The Fan Fiction Directory in 2000. See Slash - C through D, via Wayback: 30 September 2000. (Accessed 31 January 2012)
  2. Wax Jism - link to the new site, via Wayback: 07 August 2001. (Accessed 31 January 2012)
  3. WaxWorld, via Wayback: 01 December 2001. (Accessed 31 January 2012)
  4. http://www.waxjism.net/, via Wayback: 22 June 2003. (Accessed 31 January 2012)
  5. http://www.waxjism.org/index.html, via Wayback: 14 April 2005. (Accessed 31 January 2012)