Jane St Clair

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Name: Jane St Clair
Alias(es): Janete (writing duo with Te), 3jane
Type: fan writer
Fandoms: Angel the Series & Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Authority, Battlestar Galactica, Batman (DCU), Harry Potter, The Phantom Menace, Popslash, Smallville, Star Trek, Stargate Atlantis, X-Files, X-Men. Other fandoms: Andromeda, Canadian Idol, Daria, Due South, Fastlane, Firefly, Highlander, Lawrence After Arabia, Lord of the Rings, The Lost Boys, M*A*S*H, The Outsiders, Pirates of the Caribbean, Queer as Folk UK, Rebel Without a Cause, Romeo and Juliet, RPF, Six Feet Under, The Talented Mr Ripley, This is Wonderland, Velvet Goldmine, The West Wing, X-Force
Other: Jane St Clair's Fanfiction
URL: 3jane at Archive of Our Own)
3jane at LiveJournal
Mirror Girl (Wayback, personal archive)
janefic (defunct mailing list)
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Jane St Clair is a prolific fanfiction author in a variety of fandoms.

She describes her start as a Trek fan in The Making of a TOS-er, a piece that was originally posted at Trek Smut University.

An article about slash fanfiction from 2000 says about her:

Considered one of the best younger authors of slash, het, and general fanfiction out there, Jane St. Clair takes on Star Trek, The X-Files, and even the gay-themed indie flick Velvet Goldmine (1998), about which she says "because stealing from Oscar Wilde isn't just a pastime, it's an art form."[1]

Fans Comment

Jane St. Clair was on the Best New Author ballot [for an ASC Award], but I'm happy to rave again about what a wonderful writer I think she is. Her work moved me last year more than any other writer, and I was inspired enough to establish a web home for her amazing work. Her way with words is amazingly graceful and sensual, and I always come away from one of her stories feeling overwhelmed. [2]

Ooh... Jane writes stunning J/P. Beautiful, moving, evocative poetry (you can't call that kind of breathtaking mastery a mere 'story') that tugs on the heartstrings. She even made me *believe* P/T in "Sleepers (with feet)", not just enjoy the story as happens with so many other good P/Ts. It's such a pity she's moved on to TOS... but I guess that just means I have to read more TOS. [3]

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  1. ^ Lynn Reed. homoerotic fanfiction: slashing culture, 18 October 2000, via Wayback. (Accessed 20 June 2013)
  2. ^ alt.startrek.creative, April 1999
  3. ^ alt.startrek.creative, April 1999