S & K's Domain

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Name: S & K's Domain
Dates: 22 October 1999 or before - present
Fandom: Highlander, The Sentinel, Star Trek: Voyager, The Magnificent Seven, The Mummy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel the Series, The X-Files, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Once a Thief
URL: http://members.tripod.com/ssfdu/
(2001 Wayback link)
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S & K's Domain is a website with fanfiction, fanart, graphics and links. It is hosted by Tripod. VSPS linked it as Karen's Fanfic Page.[1]

The site is separated in "Slashy Stuff" and "Fan Art".


The "Slashy Stuff" link comes with a slash warning which then leads to The Slash Realm, an index page listing the following contents:

  • Fan Art - Slashy Photo Manipulations
  • Photo Galleries - Black & White, Characters and Actors
  • Miscellaneous - Other fun slashy stuff
  • Slash Links - Speaks for itself I think

The fanfiction section of The Slash Realm has a featured authors page that lists three authors and gives short summaries for their respective author pages. The featured author pages are Fiction by Karen D, Kay's Asylum Journal and Fiction by Sandra Lee. The site started out with just fiction by Karen D and Sandra Lee, Kay's fiction was a later addition.

The "Fan Art" page offers general art, slash art and a list by fandom. The slash art page comes with its own slash warning and features BtVS, X-Files and Once a Thief black & white manips by Sandra Lee.

S & K's Domain was linked at Mac & Anna's Place in the category "ARTWORK & PHOTOGRAPHIC LINKS" with the description "Photomanips, web graphics and photos for fans of TPM, X Files, Highlander as well as fan fiction by Karen and Sandra."[2]

The site used to be a member of the Chakotay/Paris Slash Ring and the link section includes a linking banner for the Chakotay/Paris Writers' Support Group.



  1. ^ VSPS Links. (Accessed 28 June 2020)
  2. ^ Mac & Anna's Place. Links, via Wayback: 20 February 2001. (Accessed 22 December 2015)
  3. ^ a b c Featured Authors, via Wayback: 04 August 2001. (Accessed 22 December 2015)